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Vijay Kumar Awasthi And Ors vs The State Of Maharashtra And Ors on 16 September, 2019

ABA 1993-19.doc

Anand IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY
CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION

ANTICIPATORY BAIL APPLICATION NO. 1993 OF 2019

1. Vijay Kumar Awasthi .Applicants
2. Ratna Vijay Kumar Awasthi
3. Shweta Vijay Kumar Awasthi
4. Ravi Kumar Awasthi
5. Swara Ninad Chavan

Vs.

1. The State of Maharashtra .Respondents
2. The State of Assam

Mr. Nitesh J. Mohite, Advocate, for the Applicants
Mr. P. H. Gaikwad-Patil, APP, for the Respondent – State

CORAM : REVATI MOHITE DERE, J.

DATE : 16.09.2019
P.C.

. Heard learned counsel for the parties.

2. By this Application, the Applicants seek Transit

Anticipatory Bail in connection with C. R. No. 148 of 2019 registered

with the Mariani Police Station, Jorhat, Assam for the alleged offence

punishable under Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code for a period of

six weeks to enable the Applicants to take appropriate steps and

approach the competent Court of law within the said period. The

Applicants are resident of Mumbai and seek Transit Anticipatory Bail to

approach the appropriate Court, for filing an appropriate Application

seeking appropriate reliefs in the aforesaid C. R.
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3. Accordingly, the Application is allowed. The Applicants are

granted transit anticipatory bail for a period of six weeks i. e. the

Applicants shall not be arrested for six weeks from today to enable them

to approach the appropriate Court for seeking appropriate reliefs, on the

following terms conditions :-

ORDER

(i) In the event of the Applicants’ arrest in connection with

C. R. No. 148 of 2019 registered with the Mariani Police Station, Jorhat,

Assam, the Applicants be enlarged on transit anticipatory bail, for a

period of six weeks from today, on executing P. R. Bond in the sum of

Rs. 10,000/- each, with one or two sureties in the like amount;

(ii) During this period, the Applicants shall approach the

appropriate Court and seek necessary orders.

4. It is made clear that this Application has not been heard

on merits.

5. The Application is accordingly disposed of.

All concerned to act on the authenticated copy of this

order.

(REVATI MOHITE DERE, J.)
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