RSA 266/2016. Gauhati High Court

Case NumberRSA 266/2016
Judgement DateJanuary 05, 2017
CourtGauhati High Court


(The High Court of Assam, Nagaland, Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh)

Case No: RSA 266/ 2016

Md. Abul Fazal …… Appellant

- Versus -

Md. Kubbas Ali ..... Respondent

:: BEFORE ::


For the Appellant : Mr. MH Choudhury


For the Respondents : Date of Hearing : 05.01.2017

Date of delivery of

Judgment and Order : 05.01.2017


Heard Mr. MH Choudhury, learned counsel appearing on behalf of the appellant.

  1. Before adverting to the findings of the learned courts below, let us have a look to the facts leading to filing of the suit by the plaintiff respondent. Land measuring 1B 2K out of 60 Bighas covered by dag No. 91 of annual patta No. 5 situated at Kadamoni Pather Kissam under Juria Mouja in the district of Nagaon is the subject matter of the suit filed by the plaintiff respondent. The suit land

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    originally belonged to Adhakhunda Bogoriguri and Kadamoni Pather Srishi Pam Samabai Samiti represented by its President in the suit (Proforma defendant No.

    7). The said Samiti was allotted 60 Bighas of land by the Government of Assam for farming. The land was annual patta land. The said Samiti by its joint resolution allotted the said area of 60 Bighas of land to its 39 members cum share holders each getting a share of 1B 2K of land. The father of the plaintiff respondent Late Suhrab Ali also got a share of 1B 2K of land and his name was mutated in the said annual patta land whereafter he used to possess the same till his death. After him, his legal heirs i.e. his wife Msstt. Habirun Nessa, Md. Kubbas Ali (plaintiff/ respondent) and another son Md. Harmuj Ali and his daughter Msstt. Ajufa Begum inherited the suit land. The mother of the plaintiff respondent died and his brother and sister relinquished their share in favour of the plaintiff. Since then, the plaintiff respondent has been enjoying the land as the legal heir of Late Suhrab Ali. The defendants appellant are the residents of nearby plot of land and he with an illegal motive in the last part of the December, 2006 tried to grab the suit land measuring 1B 2K. The defendant appellant threatened the plaintiff respondent to vacate the suit land whereafter the plaintiff respondent filed a petition before the learned ADC to draw up a proceeding under Section 145 of the Cr.P.C. Thereafter, again a separate petition was filed against the defendant appellant No. 1 and other defendants alleging that on 20.02.2007 they tried to dispossess the plaintiff respondent. The learned ADC, Nagaon drew up proceeding under Section 145 of the Cr.P.C. and attached the suit land prohibiting both the sides from entering into the suit land vide order dated 09.03.2007. The present appellant defendant No. 1 along with the other

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    defendants preferred a revision petition before the learned District and Sessions Judge, Nagaon on the basis of which the learned District and Sessions Judge was pleased to stay the impugned order dated 09.03.2007 and called for the records of MR Case No. 151/ 2007. Being impressed by the said order, the defendants including the present appellant forcibly entered into the suit land and constructed one tin roof house thereon on 31.03.2007 and since then they have been illegally...

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