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Cr.M.P(M) No. 941 Of 2018 vs State Of Himachal Pradesh on 6 August, 2018

    IN THE HIGH COURT OF HIMACHAL PRADESH    
         SHIMLA

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Cr.M.P(M) No. 941 and 942  
of 2018

Decided on : 6.8.2018
 
         
          
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
1. Cr.M.P(M) No. 941 of 2018

Jaiky …Petitioner.
Versus
State of Himachal Pradesh
r ….Respondent.

2. Cr.M.P(M) No. 942 of 2018

Sumit …Petitioner.
Versus
State of Himachal Pradesh ….Respondent. 
Coram:

The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Sureshwar Thakur, Judge.

Whether approved for reporting?1

For the Petitioner(s): Mr. Abhinandan Thakur, Advocate,
vice  Mr. Rohit Benal, Advocate. 

For the Respondent: Mr.   Hemant   Vaid,   Additional
Advocate General with Mr. Vikrant
Chandel, Deputy Advocate General. 

 
         
          
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            

Sureshwar Thakur, J (oral)

Both   these   petitions   arise   out   of   a   common   FIR,

hence are liable to be disposed, of, by a common order. 

1

Whether reporters of the local papers may be allowed to see the judgment?

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…2…

2. The   instant   petition   has   been   instituted   by   the

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petitioners/bail applicants under Section 439 Cr.P.C, for theirs

being   released   from   judicial   custody,   wherein   they   are

extantly   lodged,   for   theirs   allegedly   committing   offences

punishable, under, Sections 363, 366, 120­B of Indian Penal

Police Station, Dharampur. 

r to
Code,   in   case   FIR   No.   60/18   of   22.5.2018,   registered   with

3. The Investigating Officer, ASI Babu Ram is present

in Court, and, has made a statement before this Court, that

the custody of the minor prosecutrix, extantly stands retrieved

to   her   parents.     The   investigating   Officer   has   also   made   a

statement before this Court, that the apt investigation(s) into

the   offences   allegedly   committed   by   the   petitioners/bail

applicants,   is,   complete,   and,   a   report   under   Section   173

Cr.P.C, has been filed before the learned Committal Court.

4. Bearing   in   mind   the   afore­rendered   statement   of

the   Investigating   Officer   concerned,   moreover,  when   also   at

this   stage,  no   material,  has   been   placed   on   record,   by   the

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…3…

prosecution,   demonstrating   that   in   the   event   of   bail   being

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granted   to   the   petitioners/bail   applicants,   there   being   every

likelihood   of   theirs   fleeing   from   justice   or   tampering   with

prosecution evidence, thereupon this Court is constrained to

afford,   the   facility   of   bail   in   favour   of   the   petitioners/bail

applicants.     Accordingly,  the   petitioners/bail   applicants   are

ordered   to   be   released   from   judicial   custody,   subject   to

compliance by them with the following conditions:­:

1. That they shall furnish  personal and surety

bonds   in   the   sum   of   Rs.1,00,000/­each,   to   the

satisfaction of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Solan.

2. That they shall join the investigation, as and

when required by the Investigating agency.

3. That   they   shall   not   directly   or   indirectly

make   any   inducement,   threat   or   promise   to   any

person acquainted with the facts of the case so as to

dissuade   him   from   disclosing   such   facts   to   the

Court or to the Police. 

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…4…

4. That  they   shall  not   leave  India  without  the

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prior permission of the Court. 

5. That they shall deposit their passports, if any,

with the Police Station, concerned. 

6. That   in   case   of   violation   of   any   of   the

conditions, the bail granted to the bail applicants

shall   be   forfeited   and   they   shall   be   liable   to   be

taken into custody.

5. Any   observation   made   herein   above   shall   not   be

taken as an expression of opinion on the merits of the case and

the trial  Court  shall decide  the matter  uninfluenced by any

observation made herein above.  

Copy dasti.  

6th August, 2018.        ( Sureshwar Thakur ),
(priti)    Judge. 

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