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  Date 9/23/2010 12:00:00 AM
  Court Punjab and Haryana High Court
  Parties Chanan Singh & Ors. ......Applicants-Appellants.

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State of Haryana. ......Respondent

  Appeal Bails - 32749 of 2010
  Act Indian Penal Code Code, - Sections 308, 437,323,149, IPC,
  Judgement
  Prayer is for suspension of sentence on behalf of applicants-appellants no.5 & 6 namely Udham Singh and Thath Singh who have been convicted and sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of three years with fine of Rs.5000/- for offence under Sections 308 r/w Section 149 IPC, further to undergo rigorous imprisonment for six months with fine of Rs.500/- for offence under Section 323 r/w 149 IPC, further to undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of one year with fine of Rs.1000/- for offence under Section 148 IPC and to undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of one year with fine of Rs.1000/-.

The instant appeal has already been admitted vide order dated 24th of June, 2010.

Keeping in view the fact that the appeal is not likely to be heard in near future, the sentence of the applicants-appellants namely Udham Singh and Thath Singh is suspended.

It is ordered that Udham Singh & Thath Singh be admitted to bail subject to the satisfaction of the CJM/Duty Magistrate, Karnal.