Mosiruddin Munshi versus Md. Siraj and another

Mosiruddin Munshi
versus
Md. Siraj and another

This appeal is preferred against order dated June 29, 2010, passed by the High Court of Calcutta. The appellant was looking for a plot of land. The accused no 2 introduced the appellant to accused no 1 for the plot in issue. Where the appellant entered into agreement with accused no 1 and paid Rs 5,00,001 in cash but the accused refused to hand over the title documents. The appellant filled a complaint on 28.10.2005 in the Court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Calcutta against accused No.1 and accused No.2 for the offences punishable under Section 420, read with Section 120B of the IPC. Accused No.1 filed application under Section 482 of Cr.PC for quashing the said proceedings including the FIR and the same was acknowledged by the court and on which appeal was preferred. The court held that appellant, is therefore right in contending that the First Information Report should not have been quashed in this case and the investigation should have been allowed to proceed….read more