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M. Mahadevan vs State By Dsp Special Police on 13 January 2011

Supreme Court of India
M. Mahadevan vs State By Dsp,Special Police on 13 January, 2011
Bench: Chandramauli Kr. Prasad, Harjit Singh Bedi
Crl.A. 1345 of 2006

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION

CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 1345 OF 2006

M. MAHADEVAN ….. APPELLANT

VERSUS

STATE BY DSP, SPECIAL POLICE ….. RESPONDENT

O R D E R
1. We have heard the learned counsel for the parties.

2. We see from the concurrent judgments of the trial court and the High Court that the appellant herein was the repository of one key to the cash chest and that the same could not have been opened without his connivance. It is also not disputed that the money had been removed from the chest for the purpose of sending it to the borrowing branch but though no confirmation with regard to the receipt of the amount was received from the borrowing branch, the appellant and his co-accused made no inquiries whatsoever as to why no confirmation had been received from them, although the transaction involved a huge sum of money. Crl.A. 1345 of 2006
3. In the light of the fact the findings recorded by the courts below are based on oral as well as documentary evidence on record, we decline to interfere in this appeal.

4. Dismissed.

…… ………………J [HARJIT SINGH BEDI] ……………………J [CHANDRAMAULI KR. PRASAD] NEW DELHI JANUARY 13, 2011.