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'Mistake pointed by the Jail Authorities must invite severe punishment': Allahabad HC in case of Man Confined in Prison for 8 Month Even After Getting Bail [READ ORDER]

Lawstreet Journal 22 Dec 2020 9:56pm

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The Allahabad High Court in terse note, reprimanded the conduct of the Jailer/Jail Superintendent, who refused to release the applicant, Vinod Baruaar by calling the action "not only reprehensible, but also contumacious".

Hon'ble Justice J.J. Munir, directed The Jail Superintendent/Jailer, to comply with the order, and appear before this Court and explain why appropriate departmental inquiry may not be recommended against him.

The Applicant prayed before the Allahabad High Court to correct the applicant's name, which is shown as "Vinod Baruaar" in the cause title of the bail application and also in the rejection order passed by the learned Additional Sessions Judge/F.T.C.-II, Siddharthnagar, in Bail Application No. 731 of 2019, may be corrected to "Vinod Kumar Baruaar".

While hearing the application, the court took serious note that the Jail Superintendent/Jailer has flouted the bail order on small technicality of this Court by refusing to release the applicant. 

Under these circumstances, the applicant made an application for correction of the applicant's name to the learned Trial Judge, who logically refused to correct the name in the release order, contrary to the order passed by the High Court.

Court Observations:

The high court made certain observations regarding the flouting of order for small technicality which is as follows:

The Court remarked in its order that it does not appreciate our orders being flouted with impunity. The Court fails to understand that when the applicant's name mentioned in the bail rejection order is "Vinod Baruaar", then why "Kumar" must be added to the name mentioned in the bail order, in order… Continue Reading...


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