Jyoti And Anr vs State Of Punjab And Ors on 8 November, 2018

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Jyoti And Anr vs State Of Punjab And Ors on 8 November, 2018
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        IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA
                  AT CHANDIGARH


                                   CRM-M-49583-2018 (O&M)
                                   Date of decision : 8.11.2018


Jyoti and another                                                  ....... Petitioners
                                        Versus
State of Punjab and others                                         ....... Respondents

CORAM : HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE KULDIP SINGH Present:- Petitioners are in person along with Mr. Talwinder Singh, Advocate

1. Whether the Reporters of local newspaper may be allowed to see the judgment ?

2. To be referred to the Reporter or not.

3. Whether the judgment should be reported in the digest ? KULDIP SINGH J. (ORAL) Petitioners, who are stated to be major, claim that they have married against the wishes of their parents on 5.11.2018 . The photographs of the marriage have been placed on file as Annexure P-3. The true typed copy of matriculation certificate and passport of petitioner No. 2 showing the date of birth have been placed on file as Annexures-P-1. The true translated copy of the marriage certificate has been placed on file as Annexure P-2.

It is claimed that the petitioners have moved an application dated 5.11.2018 (Annexure-P-4) before the police authorities for protecting their life and liberty as they apprehend danger to their life from the private respondents.

In these circumstances, the present petition is disposed of with a direction to the Sr. Superintendent of Police, Moga to consider the application of the petitioners dated 5.11.2018 (Annexure-P-4) and assess 1 of 2 CRM-M-49583-2018 (O&M) -2-

the threat perception to the life and liberty of the petitioners and if it is found that there is danger to the life of the petitioners, necessary steps be taken to protect the life and liberty of the petitioners.

However, it is made clear that this order shall not be taken to be the proof of valid marriage. Disposed of accordingly.

                                                        (KULDIP SINGH)
                                                           JUDGE
8.11.2018
preeti
             Whether speaking / reasoned     Yes
             Whether Reportable:              No




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