Nodeep Kaur, a member of the Majdoor Adhikar Sangathan, is facing three cases, including charges of attempt to murder and extortion. In her bail plea, she has claimed she was severely beaten up at a police station after her arrest.
A case was lodged for use of unfair means in the examination against the law student. After inquiry, she was disqualified from appearing in any university examination for a period of two years from December 2019 to May 2021.
The petitioner sought quashing of FIR registered under Section 188 of the IPC against them at Sector 7 police station in Faridabad, on the ground that there was no ban on solemnisation of marriages and no permission was required for the same during lockdown.
The bench of Justice Tyagi, passed the order, while hearing the anticipatory bail plea of an accused, Gurwinder Singh of Patiala, facing charges for allegedly cheating several banks with the help of some government and bank officials, by mortgaging a land in favour of banks, which he previously owned.
The bench stated that merely because the petitioners have got married against the wishes of their family members, they cannot possibly be deprived of the fundamental rights as envisaged in the Constitution.
Ashwani Chopra, the sole proprietor of AAA Apparels, covered under the Employees Provident Funds Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952, had failed to deposit the employees share of the PF contribution as is required under the law. He has been booked under sections 406 and 409 of the IPC.
The accused had approached the High Court challenging the order of trial court of Faridabad dated November 23, 2020, wherein revision by petitioners seeking re-investigation of case and claiming unfair investigation by Haryana Police, was dismissed.
Considering the seriousness of the allegations and “this being a case where custodial interrogation would be necessary to recover the material available with the petitioner” against the woman, the HC dismissed the plea for anticipatory bail.