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Kartick Saha & Anr vs Unknown on 14 July, 2021

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14.07.2021 CRM 2390 of 2021
(Via Video Conference)
Court No.28
Item No.18

In Re:- An application for bail under section 439 of the Code of
Criminal Procedure filed in connection with Palashipara Police
Station Case No. 310 of 2020, dated 18.10.2020 under Sections
As 498A/304B/34
of the Indian Penal Code.


In the matter of : Kartick Saha Anr.


Mr. Sekhar Kr. Basu, Sr. Adv.,
Mr. Prabir Majumder,
Mr. Snehansu Majumder.

…For the Petitioners
Ms. Sukanya Bhattacharyya,
Mr. Nirupam Dhali.

…For the State.

The petitioners have filed the instant application for bail

under Section 439 of the Code of Criminal Procedure after being

arrested in connection with Palashipara Police Station Case No.

310 of 2020, dated 18.10.2020 under Sections 498A/304B/34 of

the Indian Penal Code.

This is an application making renewal of the prayer for bail,

after it was rejected lastly on 27th January, 2021.

Mr. Sekhar Kr. Basu, Learned Senior Advocate appearing

for the petitioners submits that the parents-in-law have been

falsely implicated in this case in consequence of a strained

matrimonial relationship of the deceased victim with their son/

husband, who is already in custody. It is further submitted that

charge sheet has already been submitted and as such, further

detention of the petitioners is unnecessary. According to the

petitioners, they are in custody since 19th October, 2020 and in

the absence of any overt act performed attributable to the conduct

of the parents-in-law, further detention would be an unnecessary


Learned Advocate for the State raises objection against the

prayer for bail submitting that the deceased victim suffered death

receiving burn injuries eight months after her marriage. The

victim was put to suffer oppression and cruelty by her in law

members including the petitioners. The statement of the

neighbours recorded under Section 161 of the Code of Criminal

Procedure and Autopsy report are thus brought to our attention

to re-enforce the objection against the prayer for bail.

Having considered the submissions of both sides and

bearing in mind the extent of role of petitioners, whom we

perceive to be not similarly circumstanced with that of husband of

deceased victim, and the period of detention already undergone

and that there is least possibility of conclusion of trial

immediately, further detention of the petitioners is not justified.

The prayer for bail of the petitioners is thus allowed.

Accordingly, the petitioners Kartick Saha and Sumitra

Saha, shall be released on bail upon furnishing a bond of

Rs.10,000 /- each (Rupees Ten Thousand), with two court

sureties of like amount each, to the satisfaction of the learned

Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Tehatta, Nadia subject to the

condition that the petitioners shall appear before the Trial Court

on every date of hearing until further orders.

In the event the petitioners fail to do so without any

justifiable cause, the Trial Court shall be at liberty to pass

necessary order in accordance with law without any further

reference to this Court.

The application for bail, being CRM 2390 of 2021, is thus

disposed of.

(Harish Tandon, J)

(Subhasis Dasgupta,J.)

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