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BULLI BAI CASE: Mumbai Sessions Court Grants Bail To All Six Accused

Lawstreet Journal 22 Jun 2022 4:45pm

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On Tuesday, the Mumbai Sessions Court granted bail to three accused in the BulliBai Case - Aumkareshwar Thakur, Neeraj Bishnoi, and Neeraj Singh.

Earlier this year, the Bandra Metropolitan Magistrate granted bail to three of the accused and denied release to Thakur and Singh, while Bishnoi had to withdraw his application on technical grounds. With the Sessions Court's bail order issued on Tuesday, all six accused in the case have been granted bail.

On Tuesday, the additional sessions judge AB Sharma ordered that the accused be released on bail on furnishing a Rs.50,000 bail bond with one or two solvent sureties of the same amount. The accused were also ordered to visit the cyber police station once a month and were prohibited from travelling abroad without the court's prior permission.

In their bail application filed through Advocate Shivam Deshmukh, the accused cited the following grounds:

  1. That they have been falsely implicated and have not committed the offences as alleged;
  2. That they hail from a respectable family and the act alleged is beyond imagination;
  3. That a Delhi court has already granted them bail for similar offences;
  4. That they are in no position to hamper the investigation in light of all electronic devices purportedly used for the crime having been seized;
  5. That the offences under Sections 153(a) and 153(b) of the Indian Penal Code cannot be attracted as only one religion was targeted and there was to enticement of disharmony between two religions;
  6. That they're not the creators of the app;
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    Tagged: BULLI BAI CASE   BULLI BAI   Mumbai Sessions Court   Advocate Shivam Deshmukh   Justice AB Sharma   Indian Penal Code 1860   Section 153  
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