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Criminal Procedure Code, 1973
Section 397-Petition under - Revision against inadequacy of sentence
Section 397-Petition under - Revision against inadequacy of sentence
Petitioner found dealing with Spurious / suspected medicine 'Nilverm Soluble Powder'-Petitioner not produced proper bill for having purchased drugs - to set aside the judgement of the trial court-Conviction Under - Petitioner found dealing with Spurious / suspected medicine 'Nilverm Soluble Powder'-Petitioner not produced proper bill for having purchased drugs-although the sentence undergone by the petitioner, he challenged the sentence order on the ground that no sufficient opportunity given to him before pleading guilty-revision preferred by the State on the ground of inadequacy of sentence. Held revision is in contravention of the provisions of S. 377, Cr.PC which specifically provides for appeal against inadequacy of sentence . Instead of doing so, revision has been preferred which is illegal-not the case that petitioner was selling adulterated drugs-Section 27-non-application of - held no illegality in the conviction/sentence orders of the learned Magistrate-both the petitions filed by the State and the petitioner dismissed.
A V Murthy S/0 Anand Shetty vs. State-by Drugs Inspector, Karnataka High Court, 2010 (1) Drugs Cases (DC) 1

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