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Syed Tufail Ahmad @ Tufail Ahmad vs The State Of Bihar on 19 August, 2011
                               Cr.Misc. No.24970 of 2011

            Syed Tufail Ahmad @ Tufail Ahmad, Son of Late Mustaque Ahmad, Employee of
            Indian Railway, Presently posted as Chief Good Shed Supervisor, Gaya, Railway
            Good Shed East Central Railway, P.S. Delha, District Gaya.
                                                                           ---------- Petitioner
            The State Of Bihar.
                                                                       -------- Opposite Party

02/- 19/08/2011 Heard learned counsel for the petitioner, learned counsel

for the complainant and learned Additional Public Prosecutor for the


The petitioner apprehends his arrest, in connection with

Complaint Case No. 1399 of 2009 for the offences punishable under

Sections 420, 406, 407, 467, 468, 379, 471, 386/120(B) of the Indian

Penal Code, is one of the named accused in this complaint case with

allegation that being an employee of Indian Railway, he has delivered

cement to some other person in stead of person having receipt and

authority for the same.

Submission is that on receipt, there is instruction from

the authorities of Maihar Cement to deliver consignment to a

particular person and there is independent instruction also in this

regard, vide Annexure – 2. In compliance of the same supply was


Considering the facts and circumstances of the case, in

the event of his arrest/surrender before the court below within four

weeks, let the above named petitioner be enlarged on bail on

furnishing bail-bond of Rs. 10,000/- (ten thousand only) with two

sureties of the like amount each to the satisfaction of Chief Judicial

Magistrate, Gaya, in connection with Complaint Case No. 1399 of

2009, subject to condition laid down under Section 438(2) of the

Criminal Procedure Code with additional condition to remain

physically present before the court below on each and every date at

least for three years or till disposal of the case, whichever is earlier, in

case of failure on two consecutive dates, without giving any

reasonable explanation, the liberty granted shall be deemed to be


Praveen/-                              ( Akhilesh Chandra, J.)

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