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Patna High Court – Orders
Md. Mahtab Ansari vs The State Of Bihar on 17 November, 2011
                             Criminal Miscellaneous No.20000 of 2011
                              Md. Mahtab Ansari, son of Md. Naeem.
                                       The State Of Bihar

05. 17.11.2011 Heard learned counsel for the petitioner and

learned Additional Public Prosecutor for the State.

The petitioner, apprehends his arrest in

connection with Rajauli P.S. Case No. 8/2011 for

offences under Section 304(B) of the Indian Penal

Code, is one of the named accused in this case

instituted roughly after four months of the occurrence

being husband of the deceased daughter of the

informant who died under unnatural circumstance.

Submission is that except some suspicion

raised against the petitioner there is absolutely nothing.

Further the deceased died by committing suicide

though before succumbing to such attempt series of

attempts were made to get her rescued, in that course,

the incident on road also took place causing death of

two of the companions. However, she could reach at

P.M.C.H. Patna, but ultimately died where her post

mortem examination was also done, but no case was
instituted nor anyone raised any allegation against the

petitioner or anyone else. Learned Additional Public

Prosecutor who is armed with carbon copy of the case

diary could not refute such submissions.

Considering the facts and circumstances of

the case, in the event of his arrest or surrender within a

period of four weeks, let the above-named petitioner be

enlarged on bail on furnishing bail bond of sum of Rs.

10,000/- (ten thousand only) with two sureties of the

like amount each to the satisfaction of Chief Judicial

Magistrate, Nawada, in connection with Rajauli P.S.

Case No. 8/2011, subject to condition under section

438(2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, and

additional condition to attend the court regularly till

disposal of the case, in the event of failure on two

consecutive dates, without any reasonable explanation,

the privilege granted shall be deemed to be cancelled.

Rajeev/-                        ( Akhilesh Chandra, J.)

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