The respondent-complainant has filed affidavit stating that he has received cheque amount and offence is compounded. The affidavit is taken on record.
Learned advocate Mr. Mansuri for the respondent states that the offence has been compounded and the judgement and order of conviction passed by the trial Court and confirmed by the lower appellate Court may be set aside.
Learned advocate Mr. Pathan for learned advocate Mr. Hakim for the petitioner states that the offence has been compounded and the order of conviction and sentence passed by the Courts below be set aside.
In view of the fact that the respondent-complainant has filed affidavit stating that the offence has been compounded, the judgement and order of conviction and sentence passed by the trial Court in Criminal Case No. 591 of 2003 and confirmed by the lower appellate Court in Criminal Appeal No. 45 of 2007 is set aside and the petitioner is acquitted of the charges levelled against him. The petitioner is on bail. His bail bond stands cancelled. Amount of fine be refunded to the petitioner.
(BANKIM N. MEHTA, J) (pkn) Top
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