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Patna High Court – Orders
Sanjeeb Kumar @ Babu Saheb vs The State Of Bihar on 16 November, 2011
                  IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT PATNA

                          Criminal Miscellaneous No.33704 of 2011

                 Sanjeeb Kumar @ Babu Saheb S/o late Gita Kunwar,
                 R/o village-maniappa, P.S. Matihani, District-Begusarai.
                                                     --Petitioner

                                              Versus

                 The State Of Bihar                    --Opp.Party

4   16.11.2011

Heard learned counsel for the petitioner

and learned Additional Public Prosecutor for the

State.

Petitioner’s name emerged during

investigation in this case instituted against three

persons, being husband and in-laws of deceased

daughter of the informant. Submission is that

subsequently petitioner being brother in law

(Sarhu of the informant) and the person giving

information about death of the deceased to the

informant has been implicated in this case as a

person attempting to resolve the case, there

appears nothing more against him. The above

submission finds support from the order of the

learned Sessions Judge passed on perusal of the

case diary.

2

In view of the above, considering the

facts and circumstances of the case, the petitioner,

in the event of arrest or surrender within four

weeks from today, is directed to be enlarged on

bail on furnishing bonds of Rs.10,000/- (Rupees

ten thousand) with two sureties of the like amount

each to the satisfaction of the Chief Judicial

Magistrate, Begusarai, in Matihani P.S. Case no.

104 of 2010, subject to the conditions laid down in

Section 438(2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure

with additional condition that the petitioner shall

remain present before the court below on each

and every date for one year or till disposal of the

case, whichever is earlier. If the petitioner fails to

remain present on two consecutive dates without

any reasonable explanation the privilege granted

shall be deemed to be cancelled.

( Akhilesh Chandra, J.)
AAhmad


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