Ravi Arya vs State Of Uttarakhand on 6 March, 2018

BA1 No.389 of 2018
Hon’ble V.K. Bist, J.

Mr. M.S. Pal, Senior Advocate, Mr.
Saurav Adhikari, Advocate for the

Mr. J.S. Virk, Assistant
Government Advocate for the State of

Heard learned counsel for the

This is first bail application moved
by the applicant seeking regular bail in
F.I.R. No. 2 of 2018, under Section 377
I.P.C. and Section 3/4 of the POCSO
Act, registered at Police Station
Mukteshwar, District Nainital.

Learned counsel for the applicant
submitted that the applicant has falsely
been implicated in the instant crime;
has no criminal history and is
languishing in jail since 26.01.2018. He
submitted that the F.I.R. is delayed one
and there is no independent witness of
the alleged incident. He submitted that
the medical evidence does not
corroborate the prosecution version.
He submitted that applicant is a
student of High School and his
examinations are scheduled from
06.03.2018 to 21.03.2018. He
submitted that in case the applicant is
not permitted to give his examinations,
in that event, his entire career will be
ruined. He prayed that the applicant
may be granted bail on the ground of
his High School examinations.

Learned Assistant Government
Advocate would submit that interim
bail may be granted to the applicant
provided he furnishes one personal
bond with two reliable sureties.

Keeping in view the fact that the
High School examinations of the
applicant is scheduled, let the
applicant- Ravi Arya be released on
short term bail for a period of three
weeks from the date of his release,
subject to the condition that he shall
furnish one personal bond with two
reliable sureties each of the like
amount to the satisfaction of the
Court concerned.

Needless to say that, after the
expiry of the stipulated period, the
applicant shall surrender before the
Superintendent of the Jail concerned

Bail application stands disposed

(V.K. Bist, J.)
Arpan 06.03.2018

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