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S.482 Cr.P.C. – High Court declining to quash complaint and summons issued under Ss. 417, 418 and 420 r/w S. 120-B IPC regarding inducement to compromise cheque dishonor cases on as many as 33 cheque and to withdraw proceedings under S. 482 of CrPC assuring respondent/ complaint that they had a stock worth ₹1 crore whereas appellate/ accused declaring his company to be sick industry – Sustainability –

Held, intention of appellants is absolutely clear from their actions, which they followed to allure complainant to withdraw 25 complainants filed by them ― No reason to interfere with orders passed by High Court ― Trial court to decide matter in question without being influenced, in any manner whatsoever, by observations made.

K. K. Singhal Vs. Steel Strips Ltd.

(2014) 15 SCC 618.

Bench Strength: 2.
Coram: M. Yusuf Eqbal and P. C. Ghose, JJ.
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