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Code vs In Re : Amit Roy @ Amit Kumar Roy on 7 September, 2017




CRM No. 8489 of 2017

Re  :    An  application  for  bail  under  Section  439  of  the  Code  of  Criminal
Procedure affirmed on 24.08.2017 in connection  with Chakdah P.S.  Case
No.224 dated 13.04.2017 under Sections 498A/304B/34 of the Indian Penal


In Re  : Amit Roy @ Amit Kumar Roy     …Petitioner.

            Mr. Navanil De,
Ms. Ayantika Roy ..for the Petitioner

Mr. Bidyut Roy,
Mrs. Rita Dutta                                   ..for the State

Heard the learned Counsel appearing for the respective parties and

perused the case diary.

The  petitioner  is  in  custody  for  138  days.  Charge  sheet  has  already

been submitted. Petitioner is the husband of the victim housewife.

It is submitted by the learned Advocate appearing for the petitioner

that  it  was  a  case  of  accidental  death.  The  petitioner  made  an  attempt  to

save  his  wife,  the  victim  housewife,  and  as  a  result  injury  has  been

sustained  by  him.  He  produces  the  medical  treatment  papers  of  the

petitioner obtained from College of Medicine  JNM Hospital, West Bengal

University of Health Sciences.Let a true copy of the same be kept on record.

Our  attention  has  been  drawn  by  the  learned  State  Advocate

towards  the  medical  papers  of  the  victim  housewife  wherein  it  is

incorporated  that  the  victim  housewife  stated  before  her  attending  doctor

that while she was cooking, suddenly fire broke out touching her cloth and

body and she was conscious at the time of medical treatment by the doctor


Considering the aforesaid materials in case diary as also considering

that  our  attention  has  not  been  drawn  by  the  learned  State  Advocate

towards  any  of  the  materials  in  case  diary  in  support  of  the  necessity  of

further  custodial  detention  of  the  petitioner  even  after  submitting  the

charge sheet or that in the event bail is granted in his favour he is likely to

abscond. Therefore, we are inclined to grant bail to the petitioner.

Accordingly, we allow the petitioner’s prayer for bail.

The  petitioner  be  released  on  bail  upon  furnishing  a  bond  of

Rs.10,000/‐ with two sureties of Rs.5,000/‐ each, one of whom must be local,

to  the  satisfaction  of  the  learned  Additional  Chief  Judicial  Magistrate,

Kalyani,  Nadia,  on  condition  that  after  release,  the  petitioner  shall  attend

the trial on each and every date and on the occasion of single default on the

part  of  the  petitioner  this  bail  granted  to  him  shall  stand  cancelled

automatically without further reference to this Court.

The application for bail accordingly stands disposed of.

  (Debasish Kar Gupta, J.)

(Amitabha Chatterjee, J.)

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