Vivek and family were booked
According to reports, petitioner Deepak Mehta, CEO of Mehta Entertainment, had initially approached a magistrate court in Delhi with a criminal complaint against the Oberoi family and his company, seeking summons against them. Went. The complaint was dismissed. The dismissal was reportedly challenged before a revisional court and then before the Delhi High Court.
What did the court find in the end?
According to news agency PTI, Justice Purushendra Kumar Kaurav said that he is not allowing the relief not only on the ground that the petitioner has resorted to civil remedy, but also because the court observed that on perusal of the entire complaint There will be no crime. In an order passed on November 1, the HC said, “Even non-disclosure of offense on the basis of the entire complaint would be a ground to quash the complaint.”
Dismissing the petition, the HC said, “This court, in exercise of its powers under section 482 of the CrPC (Code of Criminal Procedure), has no justification to interfere with the orders passed by the courts below. The petition is dismissed.
What was in the petition?
The petition alleged, “The complainant further stated that he remitted the said amount to the bank account of respondent No. 1 (Yashi Entertainment). The complainant organized the show but respondent No. 5 (Vivek Oberoi) did not come. It said that efforts were made to resolve the issue but that failed and the complainant’s money was not refunded.