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Imran Khan vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 6 November, 2017

-1- M.CR.C NO.20451/17

06.11.2017 (INDORE):
Shri Nilesh Dave, learned counsel for
the petitioner.
Shri Bhuvan Gautam, learned Govt.
Advocate for the respondent/State.


This is a bail petition under section
439 Cr.P.C seeking bail in connection
with crime No.617/17 registered at
Police Station Nagda, district Ujjain
for the offence punishable under
sections 354(d), 506, 509 IPC and u/s
11/12 of the Protection of Children from
Sexual Offences Act.

As per information given by the
accused, no other bail application is
either filed or pending or has been
decided by any co-ordinate Bench of this
Court or by Hon’ble the Apex Court in
connection with the present crime

Learned counsel for the petitioner
submitted that petitioner is innocent
and he has been falsely implicated in

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the offence. The investigation is over
and charge sheet has been filed. The
conclusion of trial would likely to take
long time, hence prayed for release of
the petitioner on bail.

Learned Public Prosecutor has opposed
the prayer.

According to the prosecution itself
the case registered against the
petitioner is under section 354 IPC and
section 11/12 of the Protection of
Children from Sexual Offences Act which
are all bailable offences.

On due consideration of the facts and
circumstances of the case coupled with
the fact that since 20.09.17 the
petitioner is in custody, the
application is allowed. It is directed
that the petitioner be released on bail
upon his furnishing personal bond in the
sum of Rs.50,000/- with one solvent
surety in the like amount to the
satisfaction of the concerned CJM for

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his appearance before the trial Court
subject to the following conditions:

(I) The petitioner shall cooperate in
the trial and shall attend the trial
court during the trial.

(II) The petitioner shall not directly
or indirectly allure or make any
inducement, threat or promise to the
prosecution witnesses so as to
dissuade them from disclosing facts
of the case before the Court.
(III) The petitioner shall not commit
any offence or involve in any
criminal activities
(IV) In case any default in attendance
before the Court or involvement in
any other criminal activities is
found the bail granted in this case
may also be cancelled.

C.c as per rules.


Hari Digitally signed by Hari Kumar Nair
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Date: 2017.11.08 16:33:01 +05’30’

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