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Sukhdeo Mohali vs The State Of Jharkhand Through … on 10 August, 2017

   B.A. No. 5123 of 2017
Sukhdeo   Mohali   son   of   Mehadi   Mohali,   resident   of   Village­
Nankura, PO+PS­Palajori, Distt.­Deoghar….    ……      Petitioner
The State of Jharkhand through Vigilance…    …..   Opposite Party 
 For the Petitioner : Mr. A.K. Choudhary, Adv. 
 For the State : Mr. T.N. Verma, Spl. PP 


On 20.06.2017, three weeks’ time was granted for filing 

counter­affidavit.     On   the   request   of   Mr.   T.N.   Verma,   the 

learned Spl. PP, two weeks’ further time was granted on 17.07.2017, 

however, no affidavit has been filed in this case. 

Heard the learned counsels appearing for the parties and 

perused the documents on record.

The petitioner has been made an accused in Palajori P.S. 

Case   No.17   of   2011,   registered   for   offences   punishable   under 

Sections 162/163/165(a) IPC and u/s 7/9/13(1­d­ii) of Prevention 

of   Corruption   Act.   A   charge­sheet   has   been   filed   against   the 

petitioner   and   other   co­accused   for   the   offence   under 

Section 406 IPC and u/s 7/9/13(1­d­ii) of Prevention of Corruption 

Act.  It is alleged that the petitioner was a middle­man.  Allegation 

is that the petitioner and the Panchayat Sevak did not pay the total 

amount to the beneficiary. The petitioner is in judicial custody since 


Mr. T.N. Verma, the learned Spl. PP has referred to the 

allegation   in   the   First   Information   Report   and   order 

dated   03.06.2017   by   which   prayer   for   bail   was   declined   by   the 

learned Special Judge (ACB), Dumka. 


Having regard to the facts and circumstances of the case, 

the petitioner, Sukhdeo Mohali, is directed to be released on bail on 

furnishing bail bond of Rs.10,000/­(Rupees ten thousand)  with two 

sureties   of   the   like   amount   each   to   the   satisfaction   of   the 

Learned Special Judge (ACB), Dumka in connection with Palajori P.S. 

Case   No.17   of  2011,    corresponding   to   Vigilance  Case  No.21 of 


 The instant application is allowed. Let a copy of the order be 

transmitted to the trial Court through ‘FAX’.

(Shree Chandrashekhar, J.)

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