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Indian Penal Code vs In Re : Manowar Sk. on 4 September, 2017




CRM No. 8293 of 2017

Re  :    An  application  for  bail  under  Section  439  of  the  Code  of  Criminal
Procedure  affirmed  on  21.08.2017  in  connection  with  Nanoor  P.S.  Case
No.109  of  2017  dated  16.06.2017  under  Sections  498A/302/304B/34  of  the
Indian Penal Code.


In Re  : Manowar Sk.     …Petitioner.

            Mr. Sujoy Sarkar ..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 79 days.

It  is  submitted  by  the  learned  Advocate  appearing  on  behalf  of  the

petitioner that FIR has been lodged in this case 90 days after the incident. It

is  also  submitted  by  him  that  the  petitioner  being  the  stepson  as  also

considering  the  role  attributed  to  the  petitioner  in  commission  of  offence,

he is entitled to be enlarged on bail at this stage.

It is submitted by the learned State Advocate that though the father

of  the  petitioner  is  the  principal  accused  in  this  case,  considering  the

statement  of  the  petitioner  recorded  under  Section  161  of  the  Cr.P.C.,  bail

should not be granted to him.

After perusal of the materials in the case diary and after considering

the  statement  made  by  the  petitioner  under  Section  161  of  the  Cr.P.C.  as

also the role attributed by the petitioner, we are inclined to allow his prayer

for granting bail.

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,

Bolpur, Birbhum.

The application for bail accordingly stands disposed of.

(Debasish Kar Gupta, J.)

(Ashis Kumar Chakraborty, J.)

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