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Indian Penal Code, 1860
Section 420-No allegation of inducing anyone with any property
Section 420-No allegation of inducing anyone with any property
Necessary ingredient under Section 420 IPC is fraudulant and intentional inducement of a person by deceiving him. - – for quashing FIR – filed under – Drugs & Cosmetics Act, 1940 – sections 18-A, 18-B r/w sec. 420, IPC – against the petitioner a licensce and wholesaler of medicines and drugs – strip cutting recovered from his shop indicating that he was selling medicines at retail basis – no allegation of inducing anyone with any property, thus, no offence under Section 420, IPC made out – no FIR be registered on account of violation of provisions of Drugs & Cosmetics Act – FIR quashed – petition allowed – held Drug Inspector at liberty to initiate proceedings in accordance with law.
Arvinder Singh vs. State of Punjab and others, Punjab and Haryana High Court, 2009(2) Drugs Cases (DC) 29

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