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Ishwar S/O Dayaram Ravekar vs The State Of Mah. Thr. Pso Ps … on 22 January, 2020

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IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY
NAGPUR BENCH, NAGPUR.
CRIMINAL APPLICATION (BA) NO. 12 OF 2020
Ishwar s/o Dayaram Ravekar .Vs. State of Maharashtra, through PSO, PS,
Dhamangaon Badhe, Dist. Buldhana.
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Office Notes, Office Memoramda of Coram,
appearances, Court’s orders of directions Court’s or Judge’s orders.
and Registrar’s Orders.
Mr. R.M. Daga, Advocate for applicant.
Mr. N.R. Rode, A.P.P. for non applicant-State.

CORAM : V. M. DESHPANDE, J.
DATED : JANUARY 22, 2020.
Heard Mr.Daga, learned counsel for the applicant
and Mr.Rode, learned Additional Public Prosecutor for non
applicant-State. Also perused the reply filed on behalf of the
prosecuting agency as well as charge-sheet.
Applicant is arrested on 11.06.2019 in connection
with Crime No.125/2019 registered with Police Station,
Dhamangaon, Buldhana for an offence punishable under
Sections 304(B), 306, 498A read with Section 34 of the
Indian Penal Code.
Deceased is the wife of the applicant. According
to the prosecution case she committed suicide due to ill-
treatment received by her at the hands of applicant and his
other family members. From the prosecution case it is clear
that on the day of the incident it is the applicant who went
to the house of the complainant Ananda Malekar to fetch
deceased to her matrimonial house and in the evening
Ananda received a phone call from the applicant that
deceased is suffering from dizziness and froth is coming out
of her mouth.
This Court (Coram: Manish Pitale, J.) on

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30.07.2019 has released the in-laws of the deceased on
regular bail with a condition that they shall attend the police
station once in a week.
Report is dated 11.06.2019 lodged by Ananda
shows that there are no specific allegations against the
applicant about the demand. The allegations about demand
and ill-treatment to deceased are against all the co-accused
persons.
In that view of the matter and when the charge-
sheet is filed and co-accused are released on bail, the
applicant can also be released on bail. Consequently, I pass
the following order:
ORDER
(i) The application is allowed.
(ii) Applicant-Ishwar s/o Dayaram Ravekar be

released on bail in connection with Crime No.125/2019
registered with Police Station, Dhamangaon, Buldhana for
an offence punishable under Sections 304(B), 306, 498A
read with Section 34 of the Indian Penal Code, on he
executing P.R. bond in the sum of ₹25,000/- with one
solvent surety in the like amount.

(iii) Applicant is directed to attend Police Station,
Police Station, Dhamangaon, Buldhana twice in month i.e.
on third Saturday and last Sunday every month and shall be
with the investigating officer from 03:00 p.m. to 05:00 p.m.,
until culmination of the trial.

The application is disposed of.

JUDGE
srwagh

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