At this time, some high tension wire broke and fell over the train as a result of which some received electric shocks. After anxious consideration we have come to the conclusion that in all the circumstances of this case it is a fit case where the power of the Court should be exercised and that it is necessary to impose the punishment of imprisonment. We now come to the second point which is in a manner connected with the first and the question is: If the effect of prohibition of the trade or business of the appellants by the impugned legislation amounts to deprivation of their property or interest in a commercial undertaking within the meaning of article 31(2) of the Constitution, does not the legislation offend against the provision of that clause inasmuch as no provision for compensation has been made in the Act ?
This is put forward as one of the grounds of enmity and to show why all five joined in the attack. He must also pay the costs, if any, incurred by the Union of India. There is no doubt also that the appellants have been deprived of this interest. The Railway Over Bridge was not tall enough and the gap between the roof of the coach and the bottom of the over bridge was hardly three feet. Narsabai tells us that the three accused Nilia, Bhilia and Tukia, all of whom are Lambadas used to live in that field.
When Ramchander bought it he turned them out and she says that gave them cause for enmity against him. Learned Advocate General invites our attention with regard to the price being the same with regard to Dharwad tea and non-Dharwad tea. The Company is governed by the Standards of Weights and Measures Act, 1976 and Advocates in Chandigarh
Rules. But in the absence of anything specific we are not prepared to act on such a vague allegation especially about the persons who are said to have been wrongfully blamed.
There is some vague evidence to the effect that there had once been a dacoity at Ramchander's house and that he suspected "the "accused" and reported them to the police who arrested them, but nothing came of it and they were later released. It is not seriously disputed on behalf of the respondents that the appellants' right to ply motor vehicles for gain is, in any event, an interest in a commercial undertaking. In the opinion of the High Court, in the circumstances of the present case, there is no scope for operation of article 31(2) of the Con- stitution and the reason for taking this view is thus given Lawyers in Chandigarh
the judgment of one of the learned Judges: People must know that they cannot with impunity hinder or obstruct or attempt to hinder or obstruct the due course of administration of justice.
Same is reflected in the books of accounts. We, therefore, find respondent, Hira Lal Dixit, guilty of contempt of Court, make the Rule absolute as against him and direct that he be arrested and committed to civil prison to undergo simple imprisonment for a fortnight. (17) Advocates in Chandigarh
the case of disobedience of an order made by the Tribunal under sub- sections (12), (13) and (18) or breach of any of the terms on which the order was made, the Tribunal may order the properties of the person guilty of such disobedience or breach to be attached and may also order such person to be detained in the civil prison for a term not exceeding three months, unless in the meantime the Tribunal directs his release.
What, however, is more specific is this: Ramchander bought a field called Hatkerni at Neemgaon from one Shivamma Patelni about a year before the murder. At least 14 young men were crushed there and then with 20 others seriously injured having been hit by the Over Bridge and fallen from roof top. The train was speeding fast and by the time the young men on roof top saw the approaching bridge it was too late. Rule 6 read with Rule 2(r) of the Standards of Weights and Measures (Packaged Commodities) Rules, 1977 requires that the sale price of the package commodity shall be printed on the packages strictly in the following form: The High Court, after hearing the learned counsel for the parties and analysing the material on record, dissecting the relevant provisions of the KST Act and the notification for exemption came to hold as under:- 30.
Cognizance of criminal contempt in other cases. "(1) In the case of a criminal contempt, other than a contempt referred to in section 14, the Supreme Court or the High Court may take action on its own motion or on a motion made by" (a) the Advocate Chandigarh
-General, or (b) any other person, with the consent in writing to (sic of) the Chandigarh Advocate
- General, or (c) in relation to the High Court for the Union territory of Delhi, such Law Officer as the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, specify in this behalf, or any other person, with the consent in writing of such Law Officer.
(G) Whatever surplus remains after the sale and realisation of the dues of the secured creditors and the workmen, as per law, the balance sale proceeds shall be made available to the Official Liquidator for being dealt with in accordance with the provisions of the Companies Act and the Rules.