Delhi High Court orders family to plant 50 saplings as condition to quash FIR

The Court said that if the accused persons fail to plant the trees, they shall pay costs of ₹25,000 to the Delhi State Legal Services Authority.
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The Delhi High Court recently ordered a family to plant 50 saplings in parks as a condition for quashing a first information report (FIR) registered against them after the parties reached a settlement [Om Kumar & Ors v The State (NCT of Delhi) & Ors].

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