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Madhya Pradesh HC grants bail to two Accused, asks them to 'Install 'Non-Chinese' LED TV in Hospital' as Bail Condition

Lawstreet Journal 3 Jul 2020 7:52pm

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Madhya Pradesh High Court’s Bench of Gwalior has recently permitted a bail condition to two accused in a criminal case. This was allowed on the prerequisite that they put an LED TV screen that was not made in China at the Gwalior District Hospital. This comes after border tensions along the line of actual control (LAC) between China and India.

The directions were given by the one judge bench of Justice Sheel Nagu on June 26, 2020, during a hearing of the different bail applications of the accused in a case of attempted murder which was registered at Badoni police station of the district of Datia in February 2020.

Whilst hearing the separate bail applications of the two accused Mr. Arvind Patel and Mr. Kamlesh, the single judge High Court bench stated in the notification, “Charge-sheet in the matter has been filed on May 18 and therefore, further custodial interrogation of petitioners is not required. Petitioners have no criminal antecedents.”

“In view of above and looking to the special circumstances of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and that early conclusion of the trial is a bleak possibility and prolonged pre-trial detention is anathema to the concept of liberty and material placed on record does not disclose the possibility of the petitioner fleeing from justice, this Court is inclined to extend the benefit of bail to the petitioner.”

The court, in the due course of time, also instructed that the petitioner be freed from prison on bail. This was allowed after fulfilling the requirement of providing a personal bond… Continue Reading...

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