Learned counsel pointed out that the additional evidence sought to be adduced was relevant for deciding the issue of ownership of the parties over the suit land and hence, the same should have been taken on record of the case for determining the ownership rights of the parties Advocate in Chandigarh
accordance with law. This is what this Court held in paragraph 30 of the Report: This Court also referred to the Regulations framed under the SICA and in connection therewith it was held that after the amendment of Regulation 19 with effect from 24th March, 1994 once a reference is registered and it becomes mandatory to simultaneously call for information or documents from the informant and such a direction is given, then an enquiry under Section 16(1) of the SICA must, for the purposes of Section 22 thereof, be deemed to have commenced.
FIR was registered against the appellant at the Police Station, Kalsi on 28. Some of the-charges were held proved, while others were held not established. 20) As rightly argued by the learned counsel for the appellant, the High Court should not have dismissed the appeal in limine but in the first instance should have admitted the appeal and then decided finally after serving notice of the appeal on the respondents.
The conduct of the accused which has come before the Court by evidence, recovery of clothes which was worn by him at the time of occurrence and recovery of keys which were with the deceased when he left the house completes the chain of events and unerringly points out that it was the accused who committed the crime. According to sub-Section (4), an SCM can pass any sentence which may be prescribed under the Act, except a sentence of death or transportation or of imprisonment of a term exceeding the limit specified in sub-Section (5).
Turning now to section 34, that Advocate in Chandigarh
was not charged Lawyer in Chandigarh
Pandurang's case but we need not consider whether such an omission is fatal because even if it had been charged there is no evidence from which a common intention embracing him can legitimately be deduced. When they reached near Chakbhool, they saw the appellant coming with white plastic bag suspecting that he is carrying contraband intercepted him. After search being made, it was found that the appellant was carrying 9.
The proclamation was to ensure opportunities for full participation and equality for people with disabilities, especially in the fields of rehabilitation, education and employment. The enquiry concluded on the 27th December 1950 and the Commissioner submitted his report to Government on the 17th February 1951. The High Court has rightly observed that Panchanama is a composite document, which contains certain details pertaining to narration by the accused, and it also contains details which can be termed as panchanama of scene of occurrence, and it also contains the details of the dead body, which can be termed as inquest.
PW-6 investigated the crime and after completion of investigation, submitted the charge sheet against the appellant. On receiving the information from the police party, Dinesh Chander Rawat, Deputy Superintendant of Police(PW-5), a Gazetted officer, also reached at the spot. was sealed separately. He was defended during the enquiry by Shri K. This objection was not immediately decided by the Commissioner but was ultimately overruled. 2006, on receiving information that a person is coming with contraband item from Tyuni to Kalsi, a team of Special Task Force consisting of Sub-Inspector Ved Prakash Thapliyal (PW-1), Sub Inspector Davender Singh (PW-2), Head Constable Bhawan Singh with Constables, Nagesh Pal, Vijender Singh, Mahender Singh and Harshvardhan along with Driver Dhanveer Patwal proceeded in a vehicle bearing No.
On the 22nd November 1950 the peti- tioner submitted detailed answers in writing to the various charges. As regards SCM, Section 120 stipulates that Advocate in Chandigarh
an SCM may try any offence punishable under the Act but sub-Sections (4) and (5) limit the award of sentence. Abraham, a leading member of the Bar. out of that, the contraband item was sealed in different pack and remaining more than 9 kg. On the 5th July 1951 the following communication was sent to the petitioner by the Chief Secretary to Chandigarh Lawyer
Government:- "I am to enclose here with a copy of the above report and to point out that the Government agree with the findings of the Inquiring Commissioner on the several charges against you.
P-24 has been witnessed by the independent witnesses Arvind Veerkar PW-9 was independent witness of scene of occurrence and recovery of dead body and other articles, who was thoroughly cross examined by the defence. A preliminary objection was taken to the Tribunal's jurisdiction on the basis of Article 20 of the Covenant entered into between the rulers of Tra- vancore and Cochin and it was contended that the proceedings before the Commissioner were criminal in nature and could not be commenced without the sanction of the Rajpramukh and that its absence was fatal to the enquiry.
Sub-Section (5) of Section 120, then prescribes the limit to the level of one year, if the officer holding the SCM is of the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and upwards and at the level of three months if the officer holding the SCM is below the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. As a signatory to this proclamation, India passed the 1995 Act. 22 of 2006 for the offence punishable under Section 8/20 of the NDPS Act.