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Patna High Court – Orders
Rajneesh Kuamr & Anr. vs The State Of Bihar on 13 October, 2011
                              Criminal Miscellaneous No.23861 of 2011
                 1. Rajneesh Kuamr, son of Vinod Singh, resident of Mohalla Chandmari
                    Road, Kankarbagh, P.S. Kankarbagh, Distt. Patna.
                 2. Vikas Kumar, son of Bir Nandan Singh, resident of Vill. Sipara, P.S.
                    Beur, Distt. Patna.
                                                                       .... ....   Petitioner/s
                 The State of Bihar
                                                         .... .... Opposite Party/s
                 Appearance :
                 For the Petitioner/s : Mr. Pramod Kumar Singh with
                                                Mr. Jagdish Prasad, Advocates
                 For the Opposite Party/s   :   Mr. M.K. Nirala, A.P.P.
                 ORAL ORDER


4 13-10-2011 Heard.

The petitioners apprehend their arrest in a criminal

prosecution registered under Sections 384/120B/34 of the Indian

Penal Code.

Learned counsel for the petitioners submits that

though the petitioners are named in the first information report

vide Annexure-1 as the accused, but their names have been

included in the first information report in view of statement made

by the co-accused, Ranjit Kumar before the Police, who was

apprehended on the spot and Rs.120/- was allegedly recovered
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from his possession. It is further submitted that the petitioners are

men of absolutely fair antecedent and there is no criminal history

at all against them. It is also submitted that co-accused, Sunil

Kumar @ Sunil Kumar Singh, with almost identical allegations,

has already been granted anticipatory bail by a Bench of this Court

by order dated 25.08.2011 passed in Cr. Misc. No. 20098 of 2011.

In the aforesaid facts and circumstances, in the event of

their arrest or surrender before the learned court below within a

period of four weeks from today, the above named petitioners are

directed to be released on bail in connection with Jakkanpur P.S.

Case No.127 of 2011 on furnishing bail bonds of Rs.10,000/-(ten

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

satisfaction of learned Chief Judicial Magistrate, Patna subject to

the conditions laid down under Section 438 (2) of the Cr.P.C. and

subject to further conditions that:-

(a) that one of the bailors must be a government servant
or close family member or relation of the petitioners,
who will file an affidavit in the court below showing
his/her relationship with the petitioner.

(b) If the petitioners are found involved in same and similar
nature of cases in future, then in that cases the
informant/prosecution shall be at liberty to file a
petition for cancellation of the bail of the petitioners,
and if such a petition is filed, the court below would be
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obliged to dispose of the same in accordance with law
after giving opportunity of hearing to all concerned,

(c) the petitioners shall make regular pairvi in the court
below in the present case either by appearing
themselves in person or through representation by
their lawyer on each and every date, and if on two
consecutive dates petitioners fail to make pairvi, then
the court below shall be at liberty to cancel the bail
bond of the petitioners.

(Birendra Prasad Verma, J)

Anjani /-

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