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Patna High Court – Orders
Madan Kumar vs State Of Bihar on 2 July, 2010
            IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT PATNA
                      Cr.Misc. No.19047 of 2010
                             LALAN JHA
                                Versus
                          STATE OF BIHAR
                                  with
                      Cr.Misc. No.19395 of 2010
                           MADAN KUMAR
                                Versus
                          STATE OF BIHAR
                               -----------

03. 02.07.2010 Petitioners are languishing in jail since

14.04.2010 in a case registered under Sections 341, 324,

307, 504, 34 I.P.C.

It is submitted by learned counsel for the

petitioners that specific allegation of assault to the

informant is against Hajari Jha who gave Farsa blow

whereas the injuries of Bablu Jha is simple in nature and

there is omnibus allegation against all. There is case and

counter case between the parties. It has further been

submitted that petitioners have no criminal antecedent.

Learned counsel for the State has however not

controverted the fact that during investigation it has come

that Hajari Jha actually assaulted the informant and the

injuries of Bablu Jha is simple in nature.

Considering the aforesaid submissions, let the

petitioners namely 1. Lalan Jha 2. Madan Kumar Jha, be

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

thousand) each with two sureties of the like amount each to
2

the satisfaction of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Purnia in

connection with K.Hat(maranga) P.S. Case No. 90 of 2010.

It is made clear that petitioners’ bail bonds shall

be accepted by learned C.J.M. only when they are not

involved in any other case except the present case.

Shageer                                 ( Dinesh Kumar Singh, J.)
 

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