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Santosh Balasaheb Mutkule vs The State Of Maharashtra on 19 December, 2018

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IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY
CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION

CRIMINAL APPLICATION NO.1541 OF 2018

Santosh B. Mutkule … Applicant
Vs
The State of Maharashtra … Respondent

AND
ANTICIPATORY BAIL APPLICATION NO.1695 OF 2018

Rekha S. Patil …Applicant
Vs.
The State of Maharashtra …Respondent.

Mr. Aniket Nikam I/by Mr. Ashish Satpute for the Applicants in
both the applications.

Mr. H.J.Dedhia, APP for the Respondents.

CORAM : SANDEEP K. SHINDE J.

DATE : 19 DECEMBER, 2018
P.C. :

The applicants were apprehending arrest in Crime

No.401 of 2018 dated 19th June, 2018 registered with the Kondhwa

Police Station, Pune for the offences punishable under Sections

498A, 306 read with Section 34 of the IPC.

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2 Heard the learned counsel for the Applicants and the

learned APP for the State. Perused the complaint.

3 On 2nd August, 2018, the applicants were granted ad-

interim relief on certain terms and conditions.

4 No doubt, the deceased committed suicide within one

and half month from the date of marriage, however, the allegations

in the complaint are general in nature. In the complaint, there are no

allegations that applicants and/or their relatives were harassing the

deceased for not complying with the unlawful demands. The

complaint is lodged by the paternal uncle of the deceased and

alleged that the applicants were not permitting deceased to receive

calls on the mobile phone and she was subjected to harassment for

not cooking properly. It appears there were some differences

between the deceased and her husband but admittedly, there are no

allegations of unlawful demands. Besides, the applicant in

Application No.1695 of 2018 is married sister-in-law of the deceased,

who is staying separately from the house of the deceased.

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5 Taking into consideration the nature of the allegations, I

am inclined to grant this application and hence, the following order:

(1) The Application is allowed.

(2) In the event of arrest of the applicants, each of them be released

on executing PR Bond of Rs.25,000/- with one or two sureties in the

like amount.

(3) The Applicants shall co-operate with the investigation and

attend the concerned police station as and when required.

(4) The Applicants shall furnish their contact details and residential

address so as to enable the I.O. to contact them as and when

required.

(5) The Applicants shall not tamper with the prosecution evidence

in any manner whatsoever.

(6) The Application is disposed of.

(SANDEEP K. SHINDE, J.)

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