The State Of Madhya Pradesh vs Sadique on 15 March, 2022



The State Of Madhya Pradesh vs Sadique on 15 March, 2022

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Supreme Court of India

The State Of Madhya Pradesh vs Sadique on 15 March, 2022

Author: Uday Umesh Lalit

Bench: Uday Umesh Lalit, S. Ravindra Bhat, Hon’Ble Ms. Trivedi

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                                         IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
                                               INHERENT JURISDICTION


                               REVIEW PETITION (CRIMINAL)NO.                 OF 2022
                                     (Arising out of Diary No. 1930 of 2022)

                                                                IN

                                         CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 963 OF 2021



                          STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH                                           …Petitioner

                                                                 Versus

                          SADIQUE AND ORS.                                                  …Respondents

                                                             O R D E R

Delay in preferring Review Petition is condoned.

Application for listing Review Petition in open Court is rejected.

Relying upon the decision in Bikramjit Singh vs. State of Punjab1, it

was observed by this Court:-

“Consequently, insofar as “Extension of time to complete
investigation” is concerned, the Magistrate would not be
competent to consider the request and the only competent
authority to consider such request would be “the Court” as
specified in the proviso in Section 43-D(b) of the UAPA.

Signature Not Verified

Digitally signed by Dr.
Mukesh Nasa
In view of the law laid down by this Court, we accept the plea
Date: 2022.03.16
15:26:54 IST
Reason:

raised by the appellants and hold them entitled to the relief of
default bail as prayed for.”

1 (2020) 10 SCC 616
2

The grounds taken in the Review Petition do not make out any error

apparent on record to justify interference.

This Review Petition is, therefore, dismissed.

…………………………………J.

[Uday Umesh Lalit]

…………………………………J.

[S. Ravindra Bhat]

…………………………………J.

[Bela M. Trivedi]
New Delhi;

March 15, 2022.