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Prime Minister Signature Forgery Case Pune Court Judgement

Prime Minister Signature Forgery Case Pune Court Judgement

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1R. C. C. No. 10/2003
TIME BOUND
Received on : 24/02/1999
31/01/2011.
Registered on: 24/02/1999Decided on : 28/01/2011Duration : Ys. Ms. Ds.
IN THE COURT OF CHIEF JUDICIAL MAGISTRATE, PUNEAT
:
PUNE
( Presided over by Mrs. Suchitra Shrikant Ghodke )
OLD R.C C.NO.54/1999 OLD R.C C.NO.55/2001 NEW.RC C.NO.10/2003 
EXH.Central Bureau of INvestigation ]through Sh. C. Phunsong, Joint]..Complainant.Secretary to Government of India ]Prime Minister's Office, New Delhi.]V/S.1. Smt. Prabhavati Bhiwaji Parkhi]Age- 45 years, Occupation-Household].R/at- 4/24, Police Wireless Quarter]Chauhan Nagar, Pune.]]] .. Accused.2.Shri Jagannath Dnynoba Parkhi]Age- 50 years, Occupation-Business]R/at- 4/24, Police Wireless Quarter]Chauhan Nagar, Pune.]
CHARGE
: Offence punishable under section 120-B420, read with 511, 468 and 471 of IndianPenal Code
APPEARANCE
:-
 
Shri. Mohanrao Deshmukh, Lrd., Special Prosecutor for the CBI.Accused no. 2 in person and on behalf of accused no.1.
 
2R. C. C. No. 10/2003
 J U D G M E N T
[ Dictated and Delivered on 28-01-2011 ]1.Central Bureau of Investigation, SCB-II, New Delhiregistered the offence under section 120-B, 420, read with 511,468 and 471 of Indian Penal Code against the both accusedbearing RC 3(S)/97/SCB-II/DLI.2.In brief the prosecution case is as follows :- The accused no. 1 Prabhavati is the younger sister of accused no. 2 Jagannath Parkhi. Prabhavati was appointed as a Telegraph Assistant in Central Telegraph Office (C. T. O), Pune on30/4/1982 vide memo no. site-1/Apptt/CLKS. She had resignedfrom service on 12/02/1985. Later on her mind was changed andshe wanted her reinstatement in the service. She had requestedon 20/02/1985 and on 4/5/1992 in that context. On 20/5/1992vide D.O.No. STE/9/PBP dated 20/5/1992 her request wasrejected. Accused no. 1 filed a petition in Central Administrative Tribunal, Mumbai on 13/07/1992. It was dismissed on 30/05/1996upholding the decision of the department. The accused no. 1entered into criminal conspiracy with her brother accused no. 2 Jagannath, in the year 1997. On 24/7/1997 they got prepared aforged letter purportedly issued by Hon'ble I. K. Gujral, the thenPrime Minister. The said letter was addressed to C. V. Rajan, thethen Chief General manager, Telecom, Mumbai regardingreinstatement of accused no. 1 in the service. The said forgedletter along with envelope of Prime Minister's Office, New Delhi.It was tendered on 27/8/1997 by accused no. 2 in the office of General Manager (Development) Telecom, Pune for faxing thesame to the office of Chief General Manager, Mumbai. After
 
3R. C. C. No. 10/2003faxing the same all the original documents were taken byaccused no. 2 from Smt. B. Rajlaxmi, Senior Personal Assistant,General Manager, (Development) Telecom, Pune who faxed thealleged letter. It was faxed through the fax No. 91-212-453646. The accused no. 2 had visited the office of Chief GeneralManager, C. V. Rajan and Shri H. Sundersan, Principal GeneralManager, Telecom, Mumbai on 21/8/1997, 9/9/1997. He hasinquired about the reinstatement of accused no. 1 in the service.3.On 21/8/1997 he has also told to Mr. C. V. Rajan, thethen Chief General Manager about the letter dated 24/7/1997.Accused no. 2 had given a visitor slip to Mr. C. V. Rajan in his ownhandwriting mentioning the subject pending with theirdepartment. Chief General Manager referred the matter toPrincipal General Manager, Mr. H. Sundersan. Mr. Sundersan hadmarked the same to Assistant General Manager, TT, to find outthe exact matter. H. Sundersan asked the accused no. 1 totender the copy of the alleged letter for his perusal. Accused no.2 had gone to the office of General Manager, (Development) Telecom, Pune on 27/8/1997 and met to Smt. B. Rajlaxmi andinsisted the above mentioned fax. On 9/9/1997 the accused no.2 visited the office of Chief General Manager, Telecom, Mumbaiand contacted to H. Sundersan then Principal General Manager. There also he inquired about the matter regarding reinstatementof Prabhavati B. Parkhi in the service in compliance of the letterdated 24/7/1997 of the then Hon'ble Prime Minister. According tothe prosecution the alleged letter dated 24/7/1997 was neverissued from the office of Hon'ble Prime Minister.4.The Principal General Manager Mr. H. Sundersanexpressed his doubt about the authenticity of the alleged letter.

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