IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY
CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION
CRIMINAL ANTICIPATORY BAIL APPLICATION NO.1833 OF 2018
Krishna Ghanshyam Lohia and anr. …Applicants
The State of Maharashtra and anr. …Respondents
Mr.Subhash Jha a/w. Ms. Sajana Pardeshi i/b. Law Global for the
Mr.Arfan Sait, APP for the respondent/State.
Ms.Megha Patil, PSI, Juhu Police Station, Mumbai.
CORAM : PRAKASH D. NAIK, J.
DATE : 7th SEPTEMBER 2018
1. The applicants had earlier apprehended arrest in relation to
complaints made by wife of applicant no.1 at Pune and preferred an
application for anticipatory bail before this Court which was disposed
of vide order dated 30th August, 2018. The Court recorded statement
made by the APP that as on that date no crime was registered against
the applicants and the applicants will not be arrested without 72
hours prior written intimation.
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2. Apparently the complaint has been presently referred to Juhu
Police Station and the learned APP on instructions submits that the
complaint has been received only yesterday and enquiry is in
3. In the circumstance, it appears that the First Information
Report has not yet been registered but the complaint alleging offence
punishable under Sections 498A, 504, 506, 323, 420, 406 of the
Indian Penal Code has been received. In this circumstance,
protection granted by this Court vide order dated 30 th August, 2018
in Criminal Anticipatory Bail Application No.1678 of 2018 can be
granted to the applicants.
:: ORDER ::
(i) In the event, the respondents decide to arrest the applicants
or summon them for the purpose of investigation, 72 hours
advance written notice before effecting arrest be given to
(ii) In the event such notice is received the applicants will be at
liberty to seek appropriate remedy before competent Court.
(iii) Criminal Anticipatory Bail Application stands disposed of.
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[PRAKASH D. NAIK, J.]
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