The convict, Mukesh, was sentenced by the Court of ADJ Poonam R Joshi, under sections 377 (Unnatural offences) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC and Section 4 of the POCSO Act. The court has also imposed a fine of Rs 1.62 lakh on him.
The forum after hearing the arguments held that the profiles provided by the matrimonial firm were not as per the requirements of the complainants, due to which not even a single meeting could be arranged.
The accused was however been convicted and sentenced to ten year imprisonment in the NDPS case on Thursday, by the Court of Additional District and Sessions Judge, Dr Ajit Attri along with fine of Rs 1 lakh.
Lakhbir Singh has filed the damages suit in the court of Sanjay, Civil Judge (Junior Division). The hearing of the matter is scheduled for September 30, when the authorities are to file a reply. Singh, a resident of Mohali, is currently working as a ground instructor at Patiala Aviation Club.
The bench thus said that the regulatory authorities have failed to consider these issues in the right perspective, rather endorsed the unfair and exploitative modalities of the Airlines especially regarding refund of amount of passenger.
The Eureka Forbes in reply denied that the output water and the machine of the complainant had lower level of TDS than the standards prescribed, as they tested the water from the machine of the complainant and the test report of April 2018 from the laboratory shows TDS levels at 367, which falsifies the claims of the complainant.
The investigating officer of the case, Atul Hajela in his cross examination in the court, however, said that he himself had not obtained the CCTV footage of the hotel, where the accused Jitender and his accomplices were staying at Ambala.