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How to draft Written Arguments under Criminal Revision, in India?

How to draft an application for change of contents in a petition, in India?

 Draft of Criminal Revision Written Arguments in Sessions Court in India

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Before The Hon’ble Sessions Court

In the matter of


________________________, India 


Dr. _______ & Othrs.

Criminal Revision Petition No. ___ of 20__ . In CC No. ____ of 20__

Documented Arguments and Application

Latest Known Particulars of the Opposite Parties:

1. Dr. ______ (Addl. SP, STF, ID No. ______)


2. Ravi _______ (SP, ________)

O/o The Superintendent of Police,_________ District

3. ______


4. The State of _______



 In the matter as above, the petitioner prays to file documented arguments as follows including an application (clause no. 7 of this document) to revise the relief sought from this hon’ble court in the aforesaid matter.

The petitioner prays to state:

1. That the petitioner submitted talwana to the registry which informed that all the 3 accused have been sent court’s notice via ordinary post.


2. The petitioner submitted another talwana 2nd time, about which registry told that court’s summon has been sent to them by najarat at their original addresses at ____. However, the petitioner sent the same notice through registered post on his part which got returned.


3. That the petitioner submitted another talwana 3rd time and the




accused no. 1 and 2 received the court’s notice at their current addresses. However, petitioner is not aware of the status of the court’s notice to the accused no. 3.


4. That the last point of formal response from the accused no. 3 was through ______ police station so the petitioner filed talwana and as informed by the registry, 2nd notice by this hon’ble court (as cited in point no. 2 above) sent through najarat was received at that address, whose police officials first contacted and responded on the complaint against the accused no. 3.


5. That all the incidents took place in _____. The victimized petitioner had always been in _____ during the incidents, made complaints to all authorities viz. National Human Rights Commission, State Human Rights Commission, IGRS portal, PMO portal, etc. while being in _____ and using the ____ address




only, received threats while being in ______ on phone with his location in _____, received all forged documents i.e. bogus police reports by the accused no. 1 and 2 while being in ______.

The petitioner never knew where the accused no. 3 actually was during incident while making threatening calls on behalf of the accused no. 1. It is only assumption that accused no. 3 was in _____ as he sometime told that his address was ____, while the person can be anywhere in the world while making calls to anyone.

Similarly, to the victimized petitioner, accused no 1 and 2 are only stating that they were posted in ________, but while creating the forged police documents they could be at any place as the reports were submitted by them online only. But the victim accessed the reports on IGRS portal while being in _____ only.


6. That all the police personnel who stated on the IGRS portal viz.




Athar(subordinate of accused no.1) and local ______ police (on

whose response the forged report of accused no. 1 is based, as he himself stated) that the address of the complainant does not exist must have been in ______ for verification to state so.


7. Nowhere in the complaint petition to the Hon’ble CJM court it was mentioned that incident took place in ______ while it is only that the local police appears to have cunningly furnished such report to the CJM court in favoritism or alignment with the accused no. 1 and 2 working within the same department. Thus, the impugned order of the Hon’ble CJM court is based only on the local police fake report or the local police mis-guidance that lead to (and combined with) an illusive impression of the incident having taken place at ______ only by assuming the introduction of the accused no. 3 who first met the petitioner in ________ when he used to state that he lived in __________, which was during the year 20__ to 20__.


The local police report says that the incident took place when the complainant was working with accused no. 3 in _________, which was actually during 2008-2010 only, while the incident started since the year 20__ onwards.

It is also not known whether accused no. 1 and 2 were in ______ during 2008-2010. So it is only the year 2017 and thereafter when the incident is taking place and during this time complainant has been in ______ only.


8. That the notice sent by this hon’ble court to the accused no. 1, 2

and 3 through ordinary post and najarat the 1st and  2nd time (as cited in points 1 and 2 above) at their _________ addresses be taken on record.


9. That this hon’ble court may kindly expedite the process of issuing the final order in view of the threats faced by the petitioner from  

 the accused.


10. That kindly consider the prayer of relief sought as asked in this criminal revision petition no. ___ of 20__ to as:

i. That this Hon'ble Court may be pleased to Quash and set aside the order under revision.

ii. That the case be remanded to trial court for further evidence in accordance with law while stating that the cause of incident is ___ and only _____ jurisdiction is applicable so that the petitioner is enabled with a facility to act for lodging an FIR or a complaint (u/s 200) against the accused nos. 1, 2 and 3 according to the applicable CrPC procedures.

ii. Any other relief as this hon’ble court deems appropriate.


                                                                                                                         Yours faithfully,


Date:    /   /202_                                                                     Petitioner 

Drafting of Written Arguments under Criminal Revision in India

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Special Leave Petition Sample or SLP Sample Draft

Petition against the decision of NCDRC | Petition against National Commission's Order | Appeal against Order of National Commission | Appeal against order of National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission| SLP Drafting

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Consumer Beware. SLP Format

           (Order XVI Rule 4(1) (a)



(Under Article 136 of the Constitution of India)

 S.L.P. (Civil) No.........................................................of  2019.

In the matter of:

S/o ++++++++++++
 R/o ________ No. 3

___________ Vidyut Nigam Limited
Through its Director / Manager
With Registered Office at Regd. Office ______
(TEMP SDO), ______, ______________________

Special Leave Petition Sample

May it please the Hon'ble Chief Justice of India and His Lordship's Companion Judges of the Supreme Court. The petitioner-appellant-(company) MOST RESPECTFULLY SHOWETH:

 1. That the petitioner is a law abiding citizen of India who is an entrepreneur by profession and a human rights activist by temperament, and is challenging by way of this Special Leave Petition the judgment an order of The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission ( henceforth referred to as NCDRC in this petition) towards his review petition in case no. CC/****/201* dated 13.06.2018 (received by the petitioner on 04.06.2019 vide registered post no. RD 0917977**IN) in proceeding under Section 21 (a) (i) of The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 (CPA)

2. That the questions of law involved in this matter are as follows:
 (a) Whether the Hon’ble NCDRC has fallen into error in taking the view that a proper assessment was already furnished to it despite that can NCDRC orders declare that there was no assessment submitted for the claim?

(b) Whether in review petition pertaining to the same complaint a copy of the receipt of the assessment from registry was also filed later with the review petition with the NCDRC, so could there really be no grounds and to admit the complaint when the dismissal of the complaint was solely on the ground that there was no assessment furnished to Hon’ble NCDRC?

(c) As due claim assessment was already submitted before the commission through its registry before the final judgment was pronounced, and for this a review petition was filed with the Hon’ble NCDRC, would it really not be an “error on the face of record” for which such review petitions with NCDRC are meant?

3. That the petitioner had a domestic electricity connection at his ancestral house where he used to live and the opposite party disconnected because of dues of Rs. ******/- without notice while it was not serving bills for several months despite the complainants visiting at the billing office who were only making excuses, and no payments are accepted without bills.

 4. That the opposite party did not even inform about disconnection and take signatures on receipt and the improper receipt was found lying at the property.

5. There was no communication ever made by the opposite party on its own regarding disconnection and it was also unwilling to correct its mistake and had always been adamant on recovering re-connection charges despite its own fault.

6. That the opposite party had to compromise with the re-connection charges at a stage when his father returned after admission in hospital.

7. Despite such deficiency in services there was no reason that the same deficiency could not be repeated again and this would call for further atrocities despite making any compromises at any earlier stage. The proof to it is police complaint by the complainant to which police replied that it called on phone and the concerned ____L staff told them that they can disconnect electricity even without notice automatically, which is violation of section 56 (1) of the Indian Electricity Act 2003 which mandates not less than 15 clear days notice prior disconnection.

8. That due to such disconnection the complainant suffered huge pecuniary losses in his occupational career as he was busy preparing for his X MSME business firms in the Information Technology and allied sectors at his residence which were duly registered with Income Tax PAN for each of them.

9. That due to such career losses and mental agony in the same proportion the petitioner claimed an amount of 502 crores through a complaint with NCDRC and when asked on the first hearing submitted complete assessment on 28 May 2018 with the commission as the 2 member bench asked.

10. In the second hearing the 2 member asked for more explanation so the complainant sought one more chance for the same and the bench ordered accordingly but as the order only said that complainant wants one more chance and rescheduled the hearing the registry did not accept further explanation and asked to submit it directly before the bench.

11. That as the 2 member bench went for summer vacations a single member bench heard the case and did not accept further explanation and issued an order claiming that no assessment was submitted which is not the fact.

12. A review petition was filed with the same single member along with the receipt of the assessment submission with the NCDRC registry, still the Hon’ble NCDRC member mentioned in their extremely concise order that no grounds to review or recall the order were found by them.

13. The single member bench in its own order had mentioned that the petitioner has the right to claim any amount but it was only concerned with assessment and summarily ignored it despite the complainant had submitted a proper detailed assessment document.

14. The single member found the claimed amount mind boggling which is obvious but with it due assessment and grounds it is no how mind boggling as the assessment shows the claim despite diminishing it for all possible reasons to be amounting to Rs. 31, 500 crores, while the complainant sought only 500 crores for it considering the capacity of opposite party to pay and to impose lesser burden on it.

15. That though the orders of the single member bench allow the petitioner to make smaller claim at any other forum but that also needs assessment and due assessment for the claimed amount was already furnished with NCDRC.

16. That it is not feasible for such aspiring entrepreneur complainant to claim smaller amount as then the same time if utilized by him would better enable him recovering from the damages caused by the opposite party in his life.

17. The impugned NCDRC orders have only curtailed the consumer rights ab initio, and are regressive and degenerative in approach with no legal, moral or legitimate standing.


    18. That the impugned orders of NCDRC are based on untrue  
     assumption that no assessment of claim was submitted while it was duly
     submitted to which the commission registry must have record, and to
     which copy of receipt from the registry was also submitted by the
     petitioner with the review petition.

19. That the petitioner has not filed any appeal or other proceeding  relating to this matter in this Hon'ble Court or any other Court.

                           RELIEF SOUGHT under SLP

    20. The petitioner accordingly prays that this Hon'ble Court be pleased to     
    grant Special Leave to the complaint be heard by Hon’ble NCDRC and
    proceedings take place accordingly.

    21. Any other relief that the Hon’ble court deems fit. 


SLP in Supreme Court

What is Special Leave Petition (SLP)?

In India Special Leave Petitions (S.L.P.) holds a prime place in the Indian Judiciary. Its provision is as a residual power in the hands of the Supreme Court of India (SCI). 

This power is to be exercised only in such cases when there is involvement of any crucial question of, or gross injustice has been done.

It provides the aggrieved party a special permission to be heard in the Top Court in an appeal against any judgment or order of any Court/tribunal in the territory of India (except for military tribunal and court martial cases).

Indian Constitution under Article 136 vests the Supreme Court of India, the apex court of the country, with a special power to allow or grant special leave, to appeal against any judgment or order or decree in any matter or cause, that was passed or made by any Court/tribunal within the territory of India. 

This is to be used in case any substantial constitutional question of law is involved, or gross injustice has been done.

It is discretionary power that vests in the Supreme Court of India and the court may in its discretion refuse to grant leave to appeal.

The aggrieved party cannot claim special leave to appeal under Article 136 as a right, but it is merely a privilege that vests in the Supreme Court of India to grant leave to appeal or otherwise.

What is the scope of power that vests with the Supreme Court under article 136?

The constitution of India vests discretionary power in the Supreme Court of India.


Supreme Court of India may on its discretion be able to grant special leave to appeal from any judgment or decree or order in any matter or cause made or passed by any Courts / tribunals in the territory of India.


Supreme Court of India may also refuse to grant the leave to appeal by exercising its own discretion.

An aggrieved party from the order, judgment or decree of high court cannot claim special leave to appeal as a right. 

Though it is privilege which vests with the Supreme Court of India and this leave to appeal is permissible only by it.

Any aggrieved party may approach India's Apex Court under Article 136 of the constitution in case any constitutional or legal issue exists and which Supreme Court of India may clarify. 

SC can hear this as civil or criminal appeal, whatever the case is.


Can one file a review petition with High Court even if their SLP is pending with the Supreme Court?

Yes, according to a Delhi High Court ruling one can file a review petition with High Court even if their SLP (Special Leave Petition) is pending with the in Supreme Court.

Can one file an SLP against the order of NCDC?

Yes, one can prefer appeal or an SLP against the National NCDRC (National Consumer Disputes Resolution Commission). The benefit of SLP is that you get 90 days after receiving the order copy, so if you miss out appeal time you still have SLP option. And on expiry of both you still have Condonation of Delay option which the SC may or not allow. This is same as SLP which is not a right and at a special discretion of the Supreme Court.

What is the amount of court fee for Special Leave Petition?

The amount of court fee payable for Special Leave petition is according to the schedule in the Supreme Court Guidelines of 2013.

What are the restrictions involved in case of SLP?

Aggrieved party can file SLP against any judgment or decree or order of any High Court / tribunal within the territory of India. 

Also, SLP can be filed in case a refuses to grant the certificate of fitness for appeal to the SCI (Supreme Court of India).

One can file SLP against any judgment of High Court within 90 days from the date of judgment. 

Also, they can file SLP within 60 days against the order of the High Court refusing to grant the certificate of fitness for appeal to Supreme Court.

Any aggrieved party can file SLP against the order or judgment of refusal of grant of certificate by the relevant HC.

 Rules relevant to restrictions on SLP

According to ruling in the matter of SLP (c) 004307 of 2008 special leave petition is required to state all the facts that are necessary to enable the court to determine whether it should grant Special Leave or not.

 It is requirable to be signed by Advocate on record or petitioner in person. 

The petition should also contain statement that the petitioner has not filed any other petition in the High Court. 

It should accompany a certified copy of judgment appealed against and an affidavit by the petitioner verifying the same. 

This should also accompany all the documents that formed components of pleading in Lower Court.

Where to Download SLP (Special Leave petition format from)?

  You can download Special Leave petition format specimen for thew Supreme Court of India Resources at SLP Format from SC

The same original Supreme Court format is as follows:

NO.28 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA [S.C.R., Order XXI Rule 3(1) (a)] CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION SPECIAL LEAVE PETITION (Under Article 136 of the Constitution of India) S.L.P. (Civil) No. .......................... of ...................... BETWEEN Position of Parties In the Court/Tribunal from In this Court whose order the petition arises (A) (Here insert the name/names Petitioner/ Petitioner of the Petitioner Respondent/ Appellant (B) (C) AND (D) Here insert the name/names Petitioner/ Respondent of Respondent Respondent/ Appellant (E) (F) To Hon’ble the Chief Justice of India and His Companion Judges of the Supreme Court of India. 
 The Special Leave Petition of the Petitioner most respectfully showeth:
 1. The petitioner / petitioners above named respectfully submits this petition seeking special leave to appeal against the judgment/order of (Here specify the Court / Tribunal against whose order the leave to appeal is sought for together with number of the case, date of the order and nature of the order such as allowing or dismissing the matter or granting or refusing the interim order, etc.) 
 2. QUESTIONS OF LAW : The following questions of the law arise for consideration by this Hon’ble Court : (Here set out the questions of law arising for consideration precisely) 

3. DECLARATION IN TERMS OF RULE 3(2) : The petitioner states that no other petition seeking leave to appeal has been filed by him against the impugned judgment and order. 

4. DECLARATION IN TERMS OF RULE 5: The Annexures produced alongwith the SLP are true copies of the pleadings/documents which formed part of the records of the case in the Court / Tribunal below against whose order the leave to appeal is sought for in this petition. 

5. GROUNDS : Leave to appeal is sought for on the following grounds. (Here specify the grounds precisely and clearly) 

6. GROUNDS FOR INTERIM RELIEF : (Here specify briefly the grounds on which interim relief is sought for) 

7. MAIN PRAYER : (Here set out the main prayer) 

8. INTERIM RELIEF : (Here set out the interim prayer) 
Place : Advocate for the petitioner 
Settled by : (Specify the name of the Advocate in case where the petition is settled by an advocate.) ----------------------

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You can draft a petition keeping in mind the guidance there in and may take help from this specimen cited above.

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