V.N.K. MENON
14 October 2019 at 09:07

Pilferage of consignment & returned to insult


Dear experts,

Since I have no experience in trial court, I submit herewith a draft of List of Witnesses which may please be examined and valued opinion be given for which I would be much grateful.

In one format of High Court Rules, I have seen the List of Witnesses in fabular form.

(DRAFT)

1. The Complainant CW-1 (address on record)

Facts Sought to be proved by the evidence of the witness:
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Intentional insult [S-504 IPC] by Accused No. 1 by returning consignment after pilferage and cello-taped by
her which at the time of delivery to her weighed 300 gms evidenced by speedpost receipt and after pilferage
by Accused-1 weighed 68 grams [exhibit CW-1/A]; and whereas Accused No. 2 (Postman) for extraneous
considerations after delivery took back the pilfered consignment after 6 days and in conspiracy with Accused-
1 sent it back after another 10 days marking it as “refused”.

Documents sought to be proved by the evidence of the witness:
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Reliance on attested copy of Delivery Slip: [1] Ex CW-1/A & [2] pilfered consignment weighing 68 gms
marked as Ex CW-1/B submitted vide statement dated: 14/08/2019.

2. Mr. ______ Senior Supdt. of PO/CPIO
Naraina I.E. Head Post Office
New Delhi-110028

Facts Sought to be proved by the evidence of the witness:
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The witness has provided attested copy of Delivery Slip, which is in response to RTI application sent to
Accused No. 3 [Post Master] who “intentionally” aided the commission of the crime by Accused No. 2 in
fabricating false evidence for extraneous
considerations. It is judicially noticeable that the signature of actual recipient was camouflaged by stapling a
piece of paper with a forged signature over it and then photocopied and attested [CW-1A].

Documents sought to be proved by the evidence of the witness:
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Witness to give oral evidence & to produce original Delivery Slip fabricated (S-192 IPC) by Accused-2
Postman & Accused-3 wilful abettor of crime (S-107 IPC).

3. Mr. -------
(address)
Father of Accused-1
who took delivery of consignment

Facts Sought to be proved by the evidence of the witness:
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Witness had initialed* the Delivery Slip (CW-1/A) and handed over the consignment to Accused-1
(addressee) on 13.07.2016 who resorted to intentional insult in collusion with Accused-2 pilfered the consignment
and Accused No.2 took it back after 6 days and sent it back after another 10 days as evident from CW-1/B.
[* admitted/authentic specimen of initial is available].

Documents sought to be proved by the evidence of the witness:
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It proves that the consignment was delivered to Accused-1 at her residence.

4. I/O F.I.R. No. ----------
P.S: C.R. Park
New Delhi

5. Any other relevant witnesses as per the outcome.

Witnesses required to give oral evidence and also to produce documents


Filed by COMPLAINANT IN PERSON
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Anonymous
14 October 2019 at 09:07
In Reply To :

Need your advice

Both the owners has to share the 50% as per standard.. Is this 50% expenditure will be shared for replacing leakaged pipe in my room also or only to be shared 50% in below flat damage, if any?

N.J.S.Rajkumar alias narasimha
14 October 2019 at 08:38
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Indian born U.K.citizen,got (Indian born, UKc father's prope

Mr.P.Venu -- Chettan __ Retd Govt Officer should kindly justify his narration please

N.J.S.Rajkumar alias narasimha
14 October 2019 at 08:35
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Indian born U.K.citizen,got (Indian born, UKc father's prope

Recommending some one for the Best Guidance how Mr. P.. Venu Chettan comments it as discourteous please

N.J.S.Rajkumar alias narasimha
14 October 2019 at 08:33
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Indian born U.K.citizen,got (Indian born, UKc father's prope

Discourteous -- Meaning -- Showing rudeness and lack of consideration to other people


 



 

N.J.S.Rajkumar alias narasimha
14 October 2019 at 08:30
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Indian born U.K.citizen,got (Indian born, UKc father's prope

Mr.P.Venu --the Retd Govt Officer should explain what is " discourteous " here as per his narration

Sudhir Kumar
14 October 2019 at 07:12
In Reply To :

Proxy voting by tenant authorised by owner or GPA holder in

please see society constitution.

Dr J C Vashista
14 October 2019 at 07:10
In Reply To :

Agreement to sell for mortgage property

I agree with experts agreement to sell is valid.
When you are aware the property is mortgaged with LIC Housing Fincance Corporation/Company creating an encumberance on it, why and how you are interested in it?
Before execution and registration sale deed the vendor (seller) must repay outstanding amount to the financier.
If you are still interested consult a local prudent lawyer for better appreciation of document/facts, guidance and proceeding.

Dr J C Vashista
14 October 2019 at 07:04
In Reply To :

Need your advice

Is it a Cooperative Society flat or some RWA is functioning in the apartments?
What are the Bye-Laws/ Memorendum of Association adopted by the apartment society/association governing the subject matter?
It is advisable to consult a local prudent lawyer for better appreciation of document/facts, guidance and proceeding.

Dr J C Vashista
14 October 2019 at 07:00
In Reply To :

311 crpc

What is your actual problem, if it is not an examination hall question paper?

Dr J C Vashista
14 October 2019 at 06:59
In Reply To :

205 crpc

Incomplete facts to reply your question paper.

Dr J C Vashista
14 October 2019 at 06:58
In Reply To :

Service matters

Incomplete information can not lead to form an opinion and oblige.
When and why he was dismissed from service?
Both the High Courts have jurisdiction for a writ petition, if you are interested in answer to your question paper.
It is advisable to a local prudent lawyer for better appreciation of document/facts, guidance and proceeding.

Sudhir Kumar
14 October 2019 at 06:57
In Reply To :

Service matters

repeated

http://www.lawyersclubindia.com/experts/Service-matter-713191.asp

Sudhir Kumar
14 October 2019 at 06:56
In Reply To :

Service matter

repeated
http://www.lawyersclubindia.com/experts/Service-matters-713196.asp

Sudhir Kumar
14 October 2019 at 06:55
In Reply To :

Service matter

When was he dismissed?

What did he do (Appeal/writ) after dismissal ?










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