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Patna High Court – Orders
Kumar Amit vs State Of Bihar on 18 March, 2011
            IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT PATNA
                    CR. APP (SJ) No.1098 of 2010
                            KUMAR AMIT
                               Versus
                          STATE OF BIHAR
                              -----------

04. 18.03.2011 I.A. No. 627 of 2011

Heard learned counsel for the appellant and

State.

Appellant stands convicted for the offence

under section 21(C) and 22(C) of the Narcotic Drugs

and Psychotropic Substance Act (hereinafter referred

to N.D.P.S. Act) and sentenced to undergo rigorous

imprisonment for ten years and pay a fine of Rs.

1,00,000/- (one lac) each and in default of payment

further to undergo rigorous imprisonment for two

years.

He along with Deepak Kumar Singh faced

trial. Both have been convicted, but recovery of

narcotic substance was made from the possession of

Deepak Kumar Singh non-appellant. Nothing

incriminating was recovered from the appellant who

enjoyed privilege of bail during trial and he is in

custody since date of conviction.

Considering the facts and circumstances of

the case, during the pendency of this appeal, let the

appellant namely, Kumar Amit, be released on bail on
2

furnishing bail bond of Rs. 10,000/- (ten thousand

only) with two sureties of the like amount each to the

satisfaction of Trial Court i.e. Additional Sessions

Judge, VIIth, Patna, in connection with Special Case

No. 32 of 2006, arising out of Gandhi Maidan P.S.

Case no. 182 of 2006.

During the pendency of this appeal,

realization of fine shall remain stayed.

Rajeev/                          ( Akhilesh Chandra, J.)
 

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