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IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI
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CRL.M.C. 4892/2015
LIPIKA MITRA
..... Petitioner
Through:
Mr. Rahul Kumar, Advocate
versus
STATE & ANR
..... Respondent
Through:
Mr. Shailendra Babbar, Special
Public Prosecutor for the State with
Ms. Karuna Chhatwal, Advocate
Mr. Rajat Katyal, Additional Public
Prosecutor for the State.
Mr.Neeraj Kumar Jha, Advocate for
respondent No. 2
CORAM:
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE P.S.TEJI
ORDER
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04.05.2016
By this petition filed under Article 227 of the Constitution of
India, the petitioner is seeking setting aside the order dated
07.10.2015 passed by the learned Additional Sessions Judge – 03
(SW), Dwarka Courts, New Delhi for cancellation of bail granted to
respondent

No.

2

in

FIR

No.

745/2015

under

Section

307/313/324/498-A/406/417/420/506/511/34 of IPC at Police Station
Dwarka North.
The matter first came up for hearing before this Court on
01.12.2015; Mr. Shailendra Babbar, claimed himself to have been
appointed as Special Public Prosecutor in this case by the Delhi
Police/Government of NCT of Delhi and caused his appearance
alongwith Mr. Panna Lal Sharma, Additional Public Prosecutor for

the State. The notice of the petition was accepted by him and he
sought time to file reply. Simultaneously, notice was also directed to
be issued to respondent No. 2 for 16.02.2016.
On the next date of hearing, Mr. Rajat Katyal, Additional
Public Prosecutor alongwith Inspector K. Sagar, DIU/SW Distt had
caused his appearance on behalf of the State and the matter was
adjourned to 01.04.2016. Again on the next date, i.e. on 01.04.2016,
Mr. Shailendra Babbar, Special Public Prosecutor alongwith Mr.
Rajat Katyal, Additional Public Prosecutor had caused his appearance
on behalf of the State and the matter was adjourned for today.
Today again, the drama is being watched in this Court wherein
two Advocates are claiming themselves to be the Special Public
Prosecutor and the Public Prosecutor representing the State. This
Court observes that it is becoming a routine in other cases where two
Advocates appear wherein one is claiming to be Special Public
Prosecutor and the other is claiming to be the Additional Public
Prosecutor for the State.
In the considered opinion of this Court, this is not in the interest
of criminal justice or in the State to have such scenario to be watched
in the Court as well as by the public. It is apparent that there are few
matters, in which such conflict is seen. Earlier also, in one case both
the parties were asked to file their respective replies.
Undisputedly, respondent No. 2 was granted bail during
investigation of the case. But this Court is of the view that in such a
scenario it should be left with the Investigating Officer to have its
representative, as the Prosecution and the investigation cannot have a

difference of opinion.
This system of representing the State by two Public Prosecutors
has itself affected the judicial process, wherein one advocate claims
himself to be representing the State and the other claims to be
representing the Police.
In the aforesaid scenario, it is once again directed to all the
three persons, i.e., Mr. Shailendra Babbar, Special Public Prosecutor,
Rajat Katyal, Additional Public Prosecutor for the State, and
respondent No. 2 to file their respective replies to the petition within a
period of one week, so that at least the status of the investigation is
clear to everybody.
In view of the aforesaid, the matter is adjourned to 17th May
2016.
In the meanwhile, respondent No. 2 may also file reply to the
present petition within a period of one week, so that the matter can be
heard on the next date.
P.S.TEJI, J
MAY 04, 2016
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