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Harsarup Panwar Vs. State of Delhi through CBI

[Criminal Appeal No.599 of 2010]

O R D E R

ANIL R. DAVE, J.

For the reasons to be recorded hereafter, we direct that A-15 Harsarup Panwar shall stand sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for one year. However, having regard to advanced age and the diseases from which he is suffering, and other peculiar facts and circumstances, if he pays Rs.10 lakhs, then the sentence will stand reduced to the period already undergone.

If he fails to pay the aforestated amount within three months from today, he shall undergo the sentence of one year, excluding the term which he has already undergone. The aforestated amount shall be given by way of a demand draft to the Chief Secretary of Delhi Government for setting up a new trauma centre or for upgrading the existing trauma centres of hospitals managed by the Government of NCT of Delhi.

...............................J. (ANIL R. DAVE)

...............................J. (KURIAN JOSEPH)

...............................J. (ADARSH KUMAR GOEL)

New Delhi

August 19, 2015.

Sushil Ansal Vs. State Through CBI

[Criminal Appeal No.597 of 2010]

[Criminal Appeal No.598 of 2010]

O R D E R

For the reasons to be recorded hereafter, we direct that A-1 Sushil Ansal and A-2 Gopal Ansal shall stand sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for two years. However, having regard to advanced age of the accused and other peculiar facts and circumstances, if they pay Rs.30 crores each, i.e. Rs.60 crores, then the sentence will stand reduced to the period already undergone.

If they fail to pay the aforestated amount within a period of three months from today, they shall undergo the sentence of two years each, excluding the term which they have already undergone. The foretasted amount shall be given by way of a demand draft to the Chief Secretary of Delhi Government for setting up a new trauma centre or for upgrading the existing trauma centres of hospitals managed by the Government of NCT of Delhi.

...............................J. (ANIL R. DAVE)

...............................J. (KURIAN JOSEPH)

...............................J. (ADARSH KUMAR GOEL)

New Delhi

August 19, 2015.

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