An anticipatory bail application was moved by our firm on an FIR registerd under section 147,148,149,308,341,323,427, 506 IPC registered at Mukherjee Nagar, Police Station.
Then Learned prosecutor has pointed out that the petitioner is involved in three other cases, namely, FIR 54/2013 u/s 308 IPC (which was quashed on settlement on 26.09.2014); FIR 302/2009 u/s 354/506 IPC (wherein he has been acquitted), and; FIR 285/2010 u/s 68(1)(14) of the Excise Act (where the petitioner has been fined).
Our learned counsel of the firm submits on behalf of petitioner that the other co-accused have been granted anticipatory bail. The petitioner is a young person and if he does not mend his ways, he will ruin his life and will bring disrepute to himself and his family. He feels remorseful and has assured the court that he will not take the law into his own hands.
The complainant states settlement has been reached and since the petitioner is remorseful and has assured him that he shall not indulge in such like conduct in future, he, therefore, does not oppose the application of the petitioner.
Justice Vipin Sanghi held application shall be allowed and that the petitioner shall be released on bail upon his furnishing personal bond with one surety in the sum of Rs.10,000/- to the satisfaction of the arresting officer/ IO. This is further subject to the condition that he shall not threaten or coerce the complainant or tamper with the evidence. He shall not indulge in any other criminal activity and if he undertakes any criminal activity, the bail granted to the petitioner shall be liable to be cancelled.
Original order is attached: Grounds of Anticipatory bail under IPC