(Querist) 21 September 2009
This query is : Resolved
In a Civil Suit in a trial court, a Registration Department gave a false evidence/deposition on a exhibit which is contrary to the deposition. The suit was decreed in favour of Plaintiff.
Later they were trapped by Writ challenging the exhibit in High court, they failed to contest it. The Order of the High Court was given in my favour
Both the proceedings consumed 20 years period due to various reasons
Now I have moved 340 Cr Pc Petition in the trial court where the original civil suit was fied, on the grounds that the oral evidence / deposition.
Though there is prima facie evidence of purgery against the Registration Department, the civil court is not interested in initiating any criminal proceedings against the Registration Department due to the time lapse.
In such Circumstances can I file an appeal /get other legal remedy by approaching the High Court. This is purely to punish the District Registrar who gave false evidence.
Sarvesh Kumar Sharma Advocate
(Expert) 21 September 2009
mr. m.s.chandra ji, 340 cr.p.c. is view of court for the further prociding. but u r free to move to highcourt. i suggrst u complaint of the registrar to ombdusman.riven
Raj Kumar Makkad
(Expert) 22 September 2009
It is better to file an appeal before Hon'ble High Court who gave the verdict in your favour. You shall definitely get remedy from there.riven