Yakub Abdul Razak Memon v. State of Maharashtra


                        IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
                    CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION
                    REVIEW PETITION (CRL.) NO.474 OF 2013
                                  IN
                       CRIMINAL APPEAL NO.1728 OF 2007
    YAKUB ABDUL RAZAK MEMON                         ... PETITIONER(S)
                                 VS.
    STATE OF MAHARASHTRA THR. STF.CBI,MUMBAI    ... RESPONDENT(S)
                        J U D G M E N T
      We have heard the learned senior  counsel  appearing  for  the  review
petitioner and the learned senior counsel appearing for the  respondent,  at
length.  We have gone through the judgment sought  to  be  reviewed  and  we
have considered the arguments advanced on  both  sides.   As  requested,  we
have also gone through  the  judgment  of  the  trial  court,  in  order  to
appreciate the contention on conviction and sentence.  We find that all  the
arguments advanced by the review petitioner have been considered  in  detail
in the judgment which is sought to be reviewed.  Hence, we do not  find  any
error apparent on the face of record or any other ground so  as  to  warrant
interference in exercise of our review jurisdiction.
                                  
      The review petition is hence dismissed.
                                                            ..............J.
                                                              [ANIL R. DAVE]
                                                            ..............J.
                                                            [J. CHELAMESWAR]
                                                            ..............J.
                                                             [KURIAN JOSEPH]
New Delhi;
9th April, 2015.

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