It is the purpose of this study to cover all the major judgments past, present, and future that we find in Scripture to help resolve this confusion.
The petitioner by this review petition filed under Article of the Constitution of India prays to review the final judgment dated The horrific incident which The appearant judgments place on Delhi High Court confirmed the death reference and dismissed the criminal appeal filed by the petitioner challenging his conviction and sentence.
Aggrieved against the judgment of the Delhi High Court dated Now, this application is filed to review the judgment dated Before we enter into the submissions raised in this review petition, it is useful to recapitulate the scope and grounds available for exercise of jurisdiction by this Court under Article The Court may review its judgment or order, but no application for review will be entertained in a civil proceeding except on the ground mentioned in Order XLVII, rule 1 of the Code, and in a criminal proceeding except on the ground of an error apparent on The appearant judgments face of the record.
In various decisions, this Court has already settled the law with regards to the maintainability of review petition under Article of the Constitution of India read with Order XL Rule 1 of Supreme Court Rules, in criminal appeals. Before we consider the points raised by the accused, we may usefully refer to some of the decisions.
The power of review of the Supreme Court as envisaged under Article of the Constitution is no doubt wider than review jurisdiction conferred by other statutes on the Court.
Article empowers the Supreme Court to review any judgment pronounced or made, subject, of course, to the provisions of any 4 law made by Parliament or any rule made under Article of the Constitution.
An application to review a judgment is not to be lightly entertained and this Court could exercise its review jurisdiction only when grounds are made out as provided in Order XLVII Rule 1 of the Supreme Court Rules, framed under Article of the Constitution of India.
This Court in Sow Chandra Kante and another v. Krishna Iyer on review has stated the following in para A review of a judgment is a serious step and reluctant resort to it is proper only where a glaring omission or patent mistake or like grave error has crept in earlier by judicial fallibility.
A mere repetition, through different counsel, of old and overruled arguments, a second trip over ineffectually covered ground or minor mistakes of inconsequential import are obviously insufficient. As per rule, review in a criminal proceeding is permissible only on the ground of error apparent on the face of the record.
This Court in P. Eswara Iyer and others v. Registrar, Supreme Court of 5 India, 4 SCC while examining the review jurisdiction of this Court vis a vis criminal and civil proceedings had made the following observations in paras 34 and The rule, on its face, affords a wider set of grounds for review for orders in civil proceedings, but limits the ground vis-a-vis criminal proceedings to "errors apparent on the face of the record".
If at all, the concern of the law to avoid judicial error should be heightened when life or liberty is in peril since civil penalties are often less traumatic. So, it is reasonable to assume that the framers of the rules could not have intended a restrictive review over criminal orders or judgments.
It is likely to be the other way about. Supposing an accused is sentenced to death by the Supreme Court and the "deceased" shows up in court and the court discovers the tragic treachery of the recorded testimony. Is the court helpless to review and set aside the sentence of hanging?
The power to review is in Article and it is equally wide in all proceedings. The rule merely canalises the flow from the reservoir of power. The stream cannot stifle the source. Moreover, the dynamics of interpretation depend on the demand of the context and the lexical limits of the test.
Here "record" means any material which is already on record or may, with the permission of the court, be brought on record. If justice summons the Judges to allow a vital material in, it becomes part of the record; and if apparent error is there, correction becomes necessitous.
The purpose is plain, the language is elastic and interpretation of a necessary power must naturally be expansive. The substantive power is derived from Article and is as wide for criminal as for civil proceedings.
Even the difference in phraseology in the rule Order 40 Rule 2 must, therefore, be read to encompass the same area and not to engraft an artificial divergence productive of anomaly. If the expression "record" is read to mean, in its semantic sweep, any material even later brought on record, with the leave of the court, it will embrace subsequent events, new light and other grounds which we find in Order 47 Rule 1, CPC.
We see no insuperable difficulty in equating the area in civil and criminal proceedings when review power is invoked from the same source.
In Devender Pal Singh v. The review is not an appeal in disguise. It would be seen that the scope of review in criminal proceedings has been considerably widened by the pronouncement in the aforesaid judgment.
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