MPSC Assistant Public Prosecutor Gr-A- Paper-1 Question Paper 2007
- Prepare Appeal Proposal on the following facts:
Facts: Complainant and accused are residing in the same village at Ambegaon. Their agricultural lands are adjoining to each other in the same village. There is dispute between them due to boundary line of the land. Hence many times quarrel and abuses took place between them.
On 10/08/05 at about 8 A.M complainant was going to his land for cultivation. At that time accused No. 1 to 4 came there. Accused No. 1 possesses stick with him. Accused No. 2 possesses iron rod with him. Accused No. 3 possesses sword with him and accused No. 4 possesses hockey stick with him. They all gathered there and restrained to the complainant. Accused No. 1 told him that your cattle came in their land and they destroyed their crop worth Rs. 5000/-. Hence accused were demanding to pay their said loss. At that time all the accused were abusing and threatening to the complainant. The complainant told them that his cattle had not gone to the land of accused; hence question to pay the loss does not arise so accused got annoyed. At that time accused No. 1 hits the stroke with his stick on the head of the complainant. The bleeding injury was sustained to him. So his shift stained with blood. So the complainant shouted loudly. After hearing the shout of complainant, his wife Mansi and his two sons namely Ram and Laxman ran away on the spot. At that time accused No. 1 to 4 abused to the Mansi, Ram and Laxman and Complainant. Accused No. 1 hits blow of stick to Mansi on her right hand. Accused No.2 hits blow of iron bar to Ram on his left leg. Accused No.3 hits blow of sword on his left hand. So bleeding injury was sustained and his cloth were also stained with blood. Accused No. 4 blow of hockey stick on rught leg of Laxman. So his right leg fracture. At that time the village came there civil hospital. Ram and Laxman were admitted in the hospital. After medical examination, complainant and his wife discharged from the hospital. So complainant went to the police and lodged the complaint against all the accused. The complaint was registered in Police Station by their C.R. No 10/85 u/sa 324, 326, 504, 506, 34, I.P.C.
Prosecution has examined total 7 witness in the case. The complainant had deposed before the court as per the complaint. But in the cross examination he was unable top hold how many days Ram and Laxman were admitted in the hospital.
Wife of Mansi corroborated the prosecution case. But she unable to identify the clothes which were blood stained.
Prosecution had examined panch within the deposed that the complaint produced blood stained clothes before police and they were seised under panchanama before us. But the panch are unable depose on what date and time it was seised.
Prosecution has examine one villager named Ganpat. He supported the prosecution case. But in cross examination he was unable to say as to who caused injury to the complainant.
Medical officer had supported the prosecution case. But prosecution case. But prosection fails to examine I.O.
After hearing prosecution and defence council, the learned J.M.F.C. ambegaon pledged to acquitte to all the accused . The judgment was deliverd 1 month month back.
- Write short notes on any four of following:
(a) Enquiry in suicidal death.
(b) First Information Report.
(c) Confessional Statement.
(d) Preventive Action of Police about commission of cognizable offence.
(e) Contains of charge
- (a) When Police can arrest the person without warrant? Under which section of Cr. P.C. these powers are given. Explain
(b) Discuss under which section of Cr. P.C. the court has given the power to secure presence of the accused in the court.
- (a) Describe various classes of criminal courts and their power.
(b) Difference between cognizable offence and non-cognizable offence.
(c) Difference between bailable offence and non-bailable offence.
(d) Difference between summons case and warrant case.
(e) Difference between State Case and Private Case.
- Answer any four of the following:
(a) Facts which need not be proved.
(b) Primary and Secondary evidence.
(c) Doctrine of Estoppel.
(d) Identification Parade.
(e) Statements before Police when admissible.
- What is dying declaration? What precautions should be taken recording the dying declaration?