8 July 2024

Search Results for Tag : Illegal gratification


Only recovery of tainted money is not sufficient for conviction, rather prosecution has to prove the demand, acceptance and illegal gratification(30.08.2018)

Sole Appellant has preferred present appeal against the judgment and order by which the Appellant has been convicted under Section 5(2) read with Sect.....

Tags : Illegal Gratification, Conviction, Legality


Appellate Court cannot interfere with order of acquittal if the view taken by Trial Court is reasonable and findings recorded by it are not manifestly erroneous or contrary to the evidence on record(09.01.2018)

The Superintendent of Police, Central Bureau of Investigation, Anti-Corruption Bureau, Jammu, has filed this appeal against the judgment of acquittal .....

Tags : Illegal gratification, Acquittal, Validity


When employee was found guilty of corruption by criminal court, then, unless said conviction was set aside, action of employer in dismissing employee from service cannot be faulted(06.12.2019)

The Petitioner was serving in the Bharat Coking Coal Limited. A show cause notice was issued to him on 24th June, 2017 on the allegation that, while h.....

Tags : Illegal Gratification, Dismissal, Legality


Mere recovery of currency note from an accused without proof of demand does not establish an offence under Prevention of Corruption Act(06.06.2023)

Present is an appeal under Section 374 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (CrPC) challenging the Judgment passed by learned Special Judge. Appellant .....

Tags : Illegal gratification, Conviction, Legality


Mere possession and recovery of currency notes from an Accused without proof of demand would not establish an offence(14.07.2017)

Appellant, heir of Mukhtiar Singh (since deceased) has carried this appeal to present Court against affirmation of his conviction under Sections 7 and.....

Tags : Illegal gratification, Proof, Conviction


Mere handing over of currency notes not illegal gratification(12.04.2016)

Merely handing over money to a government official is insufficient to establish illegal gratification in the absence of proof of demand, the Supreme C.....

Tags : Illegal gratification, proof of demand


In bribe cases, it is for the prosecution to prove demand and acceptance beyond reasonable doubt(02.03.2018)

The Appellants 1 & 2 were tried before the learned Assistant and Sessions Judge-cum-Chief Judicial Magistrate, on the allegation that, on 5th April, 2.....

Tags : Illegal gratification, Proof, Acquittal