Whatever the Hon SC Judge rule has to be followed but aggrieved party has the right to agitate the issue.
Once the cause of action accrued, that is non payment after 15 days of notice, then complaint must be filed within statutory time frame, no fresh cause of action can be created. Cheque can be dishonored during the validity period for as many times as possible but once the notice is given and 15 days have passed, then the new dishonor can only be made, if the drawer/accused submits in writing that in pursuance to the notice, the cheque may be again desposited and the same will be honored, in case it bounces again then the fresh cause can be created by sending the new notice. Complainant cannot get the cheque re bounced to get another cause of action in absence of any communication from drawer, If this is ruled by SC then the law itself is allowed to be manipulated by complainant which is illegal.
I am telling time and again that courts feel that cheque bounce and drawer is guilty, which is not the mandate of the legislature. Even the presumption is given only to holder not to payee. To become the holder, due amount has to be proved. It is blatantly illegal that presumption is given even on admittance of signature by the drawer.
Many a times it is seen that conviction under S.138 is granted, while with the same evidence civil recovery decree will not be possible. This is funny !! Criminal conviction has to be much more careful then the civil recovery, because presumption of innocence is the fundamental right.