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Bharatbhai Keshavlal Ajmera vs State Of Gujarat on 28 July, 2017

R/CR.MA/17738/2017 ORDER


of 2017

STATE OF GUJARAT….Respondent(s)


MR DEEP D VYAS, ADVOCATE for the Applicant(s) No. 1
MR KL PANDYA APP for the Respondent(s) No. 1

 Date : 28/07/2017

1. The   present   application   is   filed   by   the 

applicant­accused   for   grant   of   regular   bail   under 

Section 439 of the Code of Criminal Procedure which is 

a successive bail.

2. The   applicant­accused   is   charged   with   having 

committed offences under Sections 498A, 306 and 114 of 

the   Indian   Penal   Code   and   Section   4   of   the   Dowry 

Prohibition Act, for which FIR being C.R. No. I­26 of 

2017 has been registered with Savarkundla Town Police 

Station, District : Amreli.

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3. Heard learned advocate Shri Deep D. Vyas for the 

applicant­accused   and   learned   APP   Shri   K.   L.   Pandya 

for the respondent­State.

4. Learned   advocate   Shri   Deep   D.   Vyas   referred   to 

the   background   of   the   facts   and   submitted   that   the 

applicant is the husband and span of marriage life is 

about  three  and   half  years.   He   submitted   that   other 

co­accused   including   the   mother­in­law   has   been 

released   on   bail   and,   therefore,   considering   the 

nature of offence as well as the fact that trial may 

take   some   time,   the   present   application   may   be 


5. Learned APP Shri K. L. Pandya for the respondent 

– State however, resisted the application.

6. In   view   of   the   rival   submissions   and   having 

regard to the nature of the offence, role attributed 

and considering the fact that the charge sheet is now 

filed and trial may take some time and as other co­

accused has also been released as per the order passed 

in   Criminal   Misc.   Application   No.   13170   of   2017   as 

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stated above, the present application deserves to be 

allowed.     The     Apex   Court   has   laid   down   broad 

guidelines with regard to the criteria for the grant 

of regular bail, the present application deserves to 

be allowed.

7. Accordingly, present application stands allowed. 

The   applicant   is   ordered   to   be   released   on   regular 

bail in connection with C.R. No. I­26 of 2017 has been 

registered   with   Savarkundla   Town   Police   Station, 

District:   Amreli,  on   his   executing   a   bond   of 

Rs.10,000/­   (Rupees   Ten   Thousand   Only)   with   one 

solvent surety of the like amount to the satisfaction 

of the lower Court and subject to the conditions that 

he shall:

(a) not   take  undue  advantage   of   his   liberty   or 
abuse his liberty.

(b) not   to   try   to   tamper   or   pressurize   the  
prosecution witnesses or complainant in any 

(c) not   act   in   any   manner   injurious   to   the  
interest of the prosecution.

(d) maintain law and order and should cooperate 
the investigating officers.

(e) furnish the address of his residence to the 
Investigating Officer and also to the Court 
at   the   time   of   execution   of   the   bond   and 

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shall not change his residence without prior  
permission of the Court.

(f) surrender his passport, if any, to the lower  
Court, within a week.

(g) mark   his   presence   before   concerned   Police 
Station   1st  and   10th  day   of   every   calender 
month between 11:00 AM and 4:00 PM.

8. If   breach   of   any   of   the   above   conditions   is 

committed, the concerned Sessions Judge will be free 

to   issue   warrant   or   take   appropriate   action   in   the 


9. Bail   before   the   lower   Court   having   jurisdiction 

to try the case. It would be open to the trial Court 

concerned   to   give   time   to   furnish   the   solvency 

certificate if prayed for.

10. Rule is made absolute. Direct service permitted.



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