Perjury allowed but how to execute (implement)


Respondent committed  offence  u/s.  191 and 193  of  I.P.C. by  filling  affidavit  with false statements therein during judicial proceedings before the Court   

Hence Complainant filed  an  application  u/s.  340  and 195  of  Cr. PC  to prosecute  Respondent and the  Judge passed Order  :-    In view of the above I am inclined to allow the said application, in terms of the following Order :-

Registrar  to issue notice u/sec. 191 & 193 of I.P.C. to Respondent as why no perjury proceedings should be initiated against him. Application is disposes of accordingly

Note :- After some time of passing the aforesaid Order, the same Judge got regular promotion and transferred to other place

 

Thereafter  the Registrar sent Notice to Respondent’s known Residential address through concerned Police and Wife of the Respondent received Notice with following remarks in Hindi :-

Mein usaki patni hoon aur mere Pati Delhi gaye hue hai aur jaise hi wo ayenge me  ye Notice unako de dungi

But After 62 days,   the Registrar again issued same Notice and again Wife of the Respondent received Notice with same aforesaid remarks in Hindi

Now further 65 days have passed

Complainant went to the Chamber of Honourable P.D.J. and drawn his attention to prosecute the Respondent by directing Registrar to file Respondent’s Complaint before C.J.M.

 

But P.D.J. directed the Complainant to the Registrar and Registrar told him to make proper application before same in-charge Court

 

What should he do

 

Guide

HARIOM

 
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Dear client you should file a Writ petition before Hon'ble High Court against that better if you contact us then I will elaborate properly about your case.
Advocate Anurag Bhatt
Allahabad High Court
Mobile 9198889990
 
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The Registrar is right.     The Court can become a Complainant even without sending a Notice.       A Complaint can be without an Accused even.    Courts take cognizance of offences, not offenders.       In this case Accused is there.     But he's untraceable.    No matter.    

Make an Application requesting the in charge Court to file a Complaint.

 
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Shri TGK REDDI

Thanks for advice

 

Because my application u/s. 340 of Cr P C is dispossed off  with Order as above.

Hence in which manner should I make application before Court to file a Complaint of Respondent

 

Should I file Misc. Application  or simple application or what  ?

 

Plz Guide

HARIOM

 
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File Appeal under section 341 Cr.P.C. before Hon'ble High Court.
 
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Only after the in-charge Court refuses to make a Complaint, Section 341 of The Criminal Procedure Code comes into play.     If the false Affidavit filed by the Respondent is in a Civil Court, an Interim Application is to be filed.      If it's a Criminal Court, a Criminal Miscellaneous Petition is to be filed.

 
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advocate

Agree with Reddy sir
 
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advocate

Agree with Reddy sir
 
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Shri TGK REDDI

Thanks for advice

I fully understood

HARIOM

 
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advocate.dma@gmail.com

Mr. Tarachand, The procedure adopted by the presiding officer itself was wrong. While allowing your application, he should have made a complaint (thru his reader) to the concerned court (having jurisdiction over accused address). Registrar has no role to show cause the witness, the court should have noticed to witness during the decision on your application. Now please move an application to the same court urging them to initiate the complaint against witness under S.340 CrPC attaching the copy of your allowed order.
 
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