Bagli: In the case of attempt to murder of a resident of village Chapra on Indore Road Omprakash Patidar, the upper session’s judge of Bagli AK Bhatia announced punishment to the four accused, on Tuesday. He sentenced imprisonment of seven years and Rs. 25,000 fine to each of them. The incident was occurred on July 15, 2012 and since then, the case was under trial.

The names of the four youth accused are Ravi Shivlal Yadav, Sachin Sohanlal Lohar, Sanjay Premchand and Girdhari alias Girdhar Shivnarain Kumhar. The complainant Omprakash had alleged them that, they entered in his furniture shop on Indore Road and attacked him deadly. Ravi Yadav attacked with a stick over his head and other accused attacked with sticks on his other body parts. Omprakash alleged that, the accused attacked on him with the intention of killing him. They abused him bitterly and threatened him to kill.

On the complaint of Omprakash, Hatpipliya police had filed his case, against the accused under section 308, 452, 324, 506, 294, 323 and 34 of IPC. After investigation, police presented the charge sheet in the lower court and since then, the case was under judicial process.

After due consideration to the facts and evidences presented, the session’s judge Bhatia announced his judgment and declared the accused guilty, under section 307 and 34 of IPC. He added in the punishment that if the accused will not pay the fine, then they would have to remain in prison for one more year. He also found the accused guilty under section 450, section 506 (2) and section 294.

He sentenced various punishments under these sections; but, since those punishments will run simultaneously, hence, the effective imprisonment period will remain seven years for each. However, some amount of monetary fine will be additional and if the fines would not be paid, the imprisonment period will increase. The case was presented by AGP Arun Jaiswal from the side of prosecution.

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