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Patna High Court – Orders
Jai Narayan Sah vs The State Of Bihar on 12 October, 2011
                      IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT PATNA
                            Criminal Miscellaneous No.31830 of 2011
                                        Jai Narayan Sah
                                             Versus
                                      The State Of Bihar
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02/ 12.10.2011 Heard learned counsel for the petitioner as well as learned

Addl. Public Prosecutor for the State.

Petitioner is in jail custody since 25.6.2010 in a case

registered under section 384 of the IPC.

Petitioner is not named in the first information report but in

course of investigation, it came to light that mobile phone which had

been used in committing the alleged crime belonged to the petitioner

and subsequently, allegedly aforesaid mobile set was recovered from

the possession of the petitioner.

The contention of learned counsel for the petitioner is that

mobile phone, which is said to have been recovered from the

conscious possession of the petitioner, has not been used in

committing the alleged crime and so far as mobile phone, which has

been used in committing the alleged crime is concerned, the same

stands in the name of one Vashishth Rai which is evident from

annexure 3 to this petition.

Considering the aforesaid facts and circumstances as well as

submissions of the parties, let the petitioner, Jai Narayan Sah, be

released on bail on furnishing bail bonds of Rs 10,000/- with two

sureties of the like amount each to the satisfaction of the Addl. Chief

Judicial Magistrate, Dalsingsarai District Samastipur in Angarghat

P.S. Case no. 7/2011.

      shahid                                       (Hemant Kumar Srivastava,J)
 

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