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Awais Ansari vs State Of Haryana on 20 February, 2020

CRM-M No.32096 of 2019 (OM) -1-



CRM-M No.32096 of 2019 (OM)
Date of Decision.20.02.2020

Awais Ansari …Petitioner


State of Haryana …Respondent


Present: Mr. Naveen Sheokand, Advocate
for the petitioner.

Ms. Mahima Yashpal, AAG, Haryana.

Mr. R. Kartikeya, Advocate
for the complainant.




The miscellaneous application is allowed as prayed for.

Section 420 IPC is permitted to be added in the head-note as well as prayer

clause of the bail petition. Registry to do the needful.

Documents annexures P14 and P15 are permitted to be taken on

CRM-M No.32096 of 2019

1. The instant petition has been filed under Section 438 read with

Section 482 Cr.P.C. for grant of anticipatory bail to the petitioner in case

FIR No.54 dated 24.08.2018 registered under Sections 406, 498A IPC

(Section 420 IPC added later on) at Police Station Women Police Station,

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District Panchkula.

2. During the proceedings of this case a Look Out Circular had

been issued against the petitioner herein on account of the fact that he did

not put in appearance before the Investigating Officer. The petitioner has

put in appearance and has joined investigation on 27.01.2020 on the

directions of this Court.

3. Learned counsel for the petitioner inter alia contends that the

marriage between the parties was solemnized on 23.11.2010 and thereafter

the parties left India and settled abroad, where certain proceedings are

already pending between them. It is contended that the present case has

been registered after a period of 10 years and the proceedings here are not

sustainable since no offence has been committed here in India. It is also

argued that during the time, the parties resided in India there was no

complaint that had been filed on behalf of the complainant.

3. The petitioner on appearance before this Court was directed to

join investigation and as per Head Constable Parveen, the petitioner has

joined the investigation on 27.01.2020. On the last date of hearing, a

contention had been raised by the counsel for the complainant that certain

transactions had taken place between the petitioner and the mother of the

complainant, wherein she had transferred money into the account of

petitioner herein, which money was yet to be recovered. This Court had

directed the petitioner herein to appear and show that the amount had been

refunded as stated by him. It appears that the petitioner did put in

appearance before the Investigating Officer and was able to establish that he

had transferred an amount of $10,000/- besides an amount of Rs.1,40,000/-

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into the account of complainant.

4. Be that as it may, without going into any further details, the

petitioner herein having already joined investigation, his custodial

interrogation would not be required. Interim bail as granted to him can be


5. The instant petition is accordingly allowed and the order dated

21.08.2019 granting interim bail to the petitioner is made absolute, subject

to the conditions laid down in Section 438 (2) Cr.P.C. The Look Out

Circular would also stand cancelled.

6. Any observations that have been made herein are only for the

purpose of allowing bail to the petitioner and would not be construed as

observations on the merits of the case.

February 20, 2020
Whether speaking/reasoned Yes/No
Whether reportable Yes/No

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