Bhikhubhai Kasambhai Babar vs State Of Gujarat & 2 on 11 May, 2017

R/SCR.A/3331/2017 ORDER

IN THE HIGH COURT OF GUJARAT AT AHMEDABAD
SPECIAL CRIMINAL APPLICATION (PAROLE LEAVE) NO. 3331 of 2017

BHIKHUBHAI KASAMBHAI BABAR….Applicant(s)
Versus
STATE OF GUJARAT 2….Respondent(s)

Appearance:
THROUGH JAIL for the Applicant(s) No. 1
MR JK SHAH, ADDITIONAL PUBLIC PROSECUTOR for the Respondent(s)
No. 1

CORAM: HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE A.S. SUPEHIA

Date : 11/05/2017

ORAL ORDER

1. Rule.   Mr.J.K.   Shah,   learned   Additional   Public 

Prosecutor waives service of notices of Rule on behalf 

of the respondents. 

2. By way of this petition, the petitioner ­ convict 

has   prayed   to   release   him   on   parole   leave   on   the 

ground of operation of his daughter. 

3. Mr.J.K.   Shah,   learned   Additional   Public 

Prosecutor has opposed this petition. 

4. I have heard learned Additional Public Prosecutor 

for the respondents and perused the averments made in 

the petition. I have gone through the jail record of 

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the convict. It appears from the jail record that the 

convict has been sentenced for the offences punishable 

under Sections 302 and 498A of the Indian Penal Code 

and   sentenced   for   life.   The   petitioner­   convict   has 

already undergone sentence of about 9 years, 3 months 

and   18   days.   Jail  Record   suggests   that  whenever  the 

convict was released on temporary bail/furlough leave/ 

parole leave, he had surrendered on time and his jail 

conduct is found to be good. 

5. In   the   peculiar   facts   and   circumstances   of   the 

case,   the   petition   deserves   consideration.   The 

petitioner   ­   convict   shall   be   released   on  parole 

leave  for a  period of  seven   days,  from  the  date  of 

his actual release, on usual terms and conditions. The 

petitioner   ­   convict   shall   surrender   before   Jail 

Authority on completion of parole leave, without fail. 

Rule is made absolute to the aforesaid extent.

6. Registry is directed to send writ of this order 

to the concerned Jail authority forthwith. 

(A. S. SUPEHIA, J.)
piyush

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