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Bail Applicant cannot be made to incarcerate in jail for infinity merely because other persons part of the riotous mob have to be identified: Delhi Court [READ ORDER]

Lawstreet Journal 2 Dec 2020 10:52pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary Bail Applicant cannot be made to incarcerate in jail for infinity merely because other persons part of the riotous mob have to be identified: Delhi Court [READ ORDER]

The Karkardooma Court of Delhi on Wednesday (25th November 2020) granted bail to a man named Salim Malik a.k.a Munna, who was arrested in a case, for allegedly damaging, vandalizing and thereafter setting on fire a car showroom on 25.02.2020.

A bail application was filed on the ground of Parity as earlier the four co-accused persons namely Imran, Dildar, Faraza, and Rafat had already been granted regular bail and recently co-accused Mohd. Ayub has also been granted regular bail by this Court. 

The Counsel Shri Salim Malik pointed out that the role assigned to him in the matter is on the same/identical footing as that of co-accused Mohd. Ayub.

The brief synopsis of the facts which led to the registration of FIR in this matter reads as under:

  1. The FIR was registered on 05.03.2020 on the complaint of one Shri Rajesh Singh, S/o Shri K.M.P Singh, owner of Fair Deal Cars Pvt. Ltd. (Maruti Authorized Showroom)
  2. In his written complaint dated 28.02.2020 stated that his aforesaid car showroom was completely damaged, vandalized and thereafter set on fire by the riotous mob on 25.02.2020 as a result of which six cars, accessories, computers, printers, air-conditioners, furniture, etc. were completely burnt and he suffered a loss to the tune of around Rs.3.50 Crores (approximately) on this account.

Arguments by Counsel for the applicant:

The learned counsel for the applicant has very vehemently argued which reads as under:

  1. That applicant has been falsely implicated in the matter by the investigating agency.
  2. That there is an “unexplained delay” of about nine (09) days… Continue Reading...

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