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IN THE HON’BLE SUPREME COURT OF INDIGO

Civil Original Jurisdiction

WRIT PETITION NO: _____ / 2013

IN THE MATTER OF

Johnny M…………………………………………. Petitioner
Vs
State of Jhargram.......................……………………… Respondent

Memorial Most Humbly Submitted Before the Judges of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of Indigo on Behalf of the Petitioner

Rommel Khan
(Roll No. : 233)
Counsel for the Petitioner

Table of Contents

ABBREVIATIONS 3 Index Of Authorities 4 STATUTES 4 WEBSITES 4 BOOKS 4 STATEMENT OF JURISDICTION 5 STATEMENT OF FACTS 6 ENTITIES INVOLVED 6 EVENTS LEADING TO THE CASE 6 STATEMENT OF ISSUES 7 ISSUE 1 7 SUMMARY OF PLEADINGS 8 PLEADINGS 8 PRAYER FOR RELIEF 16

ABBREVIATIONS

1. & - And 2. AC - Appeal Cases 3. AIR - All India Reporter 4. All. E.R. - All England Law Reports 5. Anr. - Another 6. App. - Appeal 7. Art. - Article 8. Bom. - Bombay 9. Co. - Company 10. Cr. - Criminal 11. DC - District Court 12. Ed. - Edition 13. Hrs - Hours 14. IT - Information Technology 15. Ltd. - Limited 16. NLJ - National Law Journal 17. Ors. - Others 18. P. - Page 19. Para. - Paragraph 20. Pvt. - Private 21. SC - Supreme Court 22. SCC - Supreme Court Cases 23. SCR - Supreme Court Reporter 24. SCR - Supreme Court Reporter 25. Sec. - Section 26. V. - Verses 27. Vol. - Volume 28. WLR - Weekly Law Reports

Index Of Authorities

STATUTES

1. Information Technology Act, 2000 2. The Constitution of India
WEBSITES
1. www.manupatra.com 2. www.Indiankanoon.com

BOOKS

1. Bakshi P.M., The Constitution of India, Universal Law Publishing Co. New Delhi 2011 edition 2. Basu Durga…...

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