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shivani shorthand typing center jiwaji ganj morena (M.P.) Mob. No. 8871426000

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The instant Criminal Appeal is preferred under Section 374
of CrPC, against the judgment of conviction and sentence dated
8-2-2012 passed by IInd Additional Sessions Judge, District
Shivpuri in Sessions Trial No. 63/2011, whereby appellants have
been convicted under Sections 302 read with Section 34 of IPC,
Section 324 read with Section 34 of IPC and Section 323 read
with Section 34 of IPC and sentenced to undergo life imprisonment with fine of Rs.4000/- each for the offence under Section 302/34 of IPC, in default of payment of fine, to undergo RI for one year each, and for the offence under Section 324/24 of IPC, to undergo 6 months RI each with fine of Rs.700/- each, in default of payment of fine, to undergo RI for one month each, and under Section 323/34 of IPC, to undergo RI for three months each with fine of Rs.300/- each, in default of payment of fine, to
undergo rigorous imprisonment of 15 days each. All the sentences
were directed to run concurrently. The brief facts of the case are that complainant RambaliJatav lodged FIR alleging that on 26.01.2011 at around 6.00 pm, he along with Ramveer (deceased) was coming back from their fields to their house and complainant's Bhabhi Rambai was
coming after attending the call of nature, when they reached in
front of the house of Kutaria, the accused persons Kaptan, Kutaria,
Gudda and Sangram, who were armed with luhangi, axe, lathi and
farsa reached there, on that he asked why they had brought their
grass, however, all of them attacked him with luhangi, axe, lathi &
farsa. When Ramveer (deceased) & Rambai tried to save him, all
the accused persons attacked upon them with luhangi, axe and
farsa and caused serious injuries to them, as a result of which
deceased Ramveer sustained injuries on his head, face and
forehead, whereas Rambai also suffered injuries on her right hand.

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