Naresh Singh vs The State Of Bihar on 9 August, 2010

Patna High Court – Orders
Naresh Singh vs The State Of Bihar on 9 August, 2010
                   IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT PATNA
                                Cr.Misc. No.28979 of 2010
                                      NARESH SINGH
                                            Versus
                                  THE STATE OF BIHAR
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2. 09.08.2010. Heard learned counsel for the

petitioner and counsel appearing for the State.

The petitioner is languishing in jail

since 03.05.2010 in a case registered under

Section 364 of the I. P. C. and Section 3(X) of

SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

It is alleged that for getting

informant’s son employed, the petitioner took

the victim 3-4 months prior to the lodging of

the case. When the informant enquired then

800/- rupees were offered by the petitioner’s

side.

It is submitted by the learned counsel

for the petitioner that the informant’s son was

working as domestic help in the house of the

petitioner and subsequently he committed theft

of some jewellery and cash and in order to over

come that situation, the present case has been

lodged. It is further submitted that the

petitioner is an agriculturist and having no

criminal antecedent and he has falsely been

implicated in the present case.

Considering the aforesaid submissions,

let the petitioner, Naresh Singh, be released
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on bail on furnishing bail bond of Rs. 10,000/-

(Ten Thousand) with two sureties of the like

amount each to the satisfaction of the learned

C.J.M., Nawada, in connection with Rajauli P.S.

case No. 128 of 2009, G.R. No. 1459 of 2009.

Learned court below will be at liberty

to cancel the bail of the petitioner if the

petitioner fails to appear during trial on

three consecutive dates.

U.K.                             ( Dinesh Kumar Singh, J.)
 

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