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Mohammed Kaleem Uddin Akhil vs The State Of Telangana on 23 October, 2019

HON’BLE JUSTICE G. SRI DEVI

CRIMINAL PETITION No.6442 of 2019
ORDER :

Petitioner, who is sole accused in Cr.No.156 of 2019

on the file of the S.H.O. Santosh Nagar Police Station,

Hyderabad City, registered for the offences punishable

under Sections 354 IPC and 11 and 12 of POCSO Act, filed

this petition under Section 438 Cr.P.C. seeking anticipatory

bail.

2. Heard learned counsel for the petitioner and the

learned Additional Public Prosecutor appearing for the

respondent State.

3. Learned counsel for the petitioner submits that

the petitioner vehemently oppose the entire story of the

prosecution, which is a concocted and fabricated story of

the prosecution to implicate the petitioner in this case to

heed her illegal demand. He further submits that the

petitioner is running a shop by name Baba Travels in

Santosh Nagar, which is adjacent to the Raghavendra

Academy and every person comes and parks the vehicles in

front of the shop of the petitioner. He further submits that

prior to registration of this case, the petitioner did not allow

the students of the Raghavendra Academy to park their

vehicles in front of his shop and they quarreled with the

petitioner and bore grudge against him and to take revenge

against the petitioner, this complaint is lodged. He further
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submits that the petitioner is a respectable person in the

society and he was falsely implicated in this case. The

police are harassing the petitioner by coming to his house

regularly. He further submits that since the petitioner is a

permanent resident of Hyderabad, question of absconding

does not arise and hence, he prays to grant anticipatory

bail to the petitioner.

4. On the other hand, learned Additional Public

Prosecutor representing the State vehemently opposed the

bail application.

5. As seen from the contents of the FIR, there are

specific allegations against the petitioner that he caught

hold of the victim girl, who is a minor and misbehaved with

her.

6. Taking into consideration the nature of allegations

leveled against the petitioner and in view of the facts and

circumstances of the case, I am not inclined to grant

anticipatory bail to the petitioner.

7. Accordingly, the Criminal Petition is dismissed.

However, the petitioner shall surrender before the

concerned Court within 15 days and move bail application

and the same may be considered in accordance with law.

JUSTICE G. SRI DEVI
DATED: 23.10.2019.

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