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Yogendra vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 20 August, 2018


M.Cr.C. No.32412/2018
(Yogendra Parmar V/s. State of M.P.)
Indore dated. 20.08.2018
Shri Avinash Sirpurkar, learned Senior Advocate with
Shri Yogesh Gupta, Advocate for the applicant.
Smt. Swati Okhale, Public Prosecutor for


2. Applicant (Yogendra), is apprehending his arrest in
connection with crime no.351/2018, registered at police
station – Malharganj, Dist. Indore, for the offence
punishable under Sections 354, IPC.

3. Learned Senior counsel for the applicant submits that
there was inter se dispute between the complainant and
the present applicant when daughter of the accused
plying cycle, she hit the complainant and, therefore, due
to the aforesaid dispute, the present complaint has been
lodged. He submits that a detailed complaint has been
filed by the complainant to the Superintendent of Police,
Indore on 3.8.2018 and looking to the fact and
circumstances, so also the fact that except complainant,
no other persons who are residing to the police quarter
have made any allegation or supported the complaint and
prays for grant of anticipatory bail.

4. Learned public prosecutor opposed the prayer and
submits that the complaint lodged by the present
applicant is pending before Superintendent of Police,
Indore and prays for rejection of the bail application.

5. On due consideration of the totality of the facts and

circumstances and material available in the case diary, so
also the fact that after deliberation, the alleged offence
has been lodged and there is a delay in lodging the
complaint, without expressing any opinion on merits of
the case, the application for grant of anticipatory bail of
applicant – Yogendra son of Shankarlal Ji Parmar, is
allowed and it is directed that in the event of arrest, the
applicant be released on bail for a period of one month
subject to his furnishing a personal bond of Rs.30,000/-
with one surety in the like amount to the satisfaction of
the arresting officer on the conditions enumerated under
Section 438 (2) of Cr.P.C.

6. This order shall be valid for thirty days.

7. Accordingly, M.Cr.C.No.32412/2018, is allowed and
stands disposed of.

C.c. as per rules.



Digitally signed by Shailesh Sukhdev
Date: 2018.08.23 11:14:31 +05’30’

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