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The bail application was allowed by Hon’ble Justice Siddharth. Multigrain ata. Can Arrest Stay Be Granted After Rejection of Anticipatory Bail Application? Allahabad HC. On Friday, the Allahabad High Court at Lucknow observed in a case that the scope of writ jurisdiction under Article 226 of the Constitution of India is much larger than the scope of Section 438 Cr.P.C.
The High Court was dealing with a Writ Petition seeking quashing of FIR under Sections 147, 323, 504, 506 and 306 I.P.C. It was contended that petitioner is the sister of the wife of the deceased i.e. his sister-in-law and has been living a married life separately in Sitapur. Read Also It was further submitted that from perusal of the contents of the F.I.R., in fact the case under Section 306 I.P.C. is not made out inasmuch as that except general allegation of harassment against the petitioner, there is no specific mention of any act direct or indirect of inciting the deceased to commit suicide. The Counsel appearing for the complainant opposed the Petition and submitted that the deceased has died due to harassment by the Petitioner and her family. A Division Bench of Hon’ble Justice D.K. Allahabad HC Slams Jailer For Not Releasing an Accused Due to Middle Name “Kumar” Was Missing From Bail Order.
The Allahabad High Court recently called the conduct of the Jail Superintendent/Jailer who had refused to release a prisoner only because the word ‘ Kumar’ was missing from his Bail order, reprehensible and contumacious.
Hon’ble Court also directed the Jailer/ Jail Superintendent to appear before it and explain departmental inquiry should not be initiated against him, however later on the court exempted the personal presence with a warning Prayer of the Applicant Before the Court, the Applicant prayed that his name was shown as Vinod Baruaar in the cause title of the bail order and also in rejection letter order which was passed by Additional Sessions Judge on 04/09/2020 and it should be corrected to “Vinod Kumar Baruaar”.
Learned Counsel for the Applicant submitted that despite bail was granted by the Hon’ble High Court on 09/04/2020, Mr Baruaar was not released from jail. Read Also. Latest Law News India from High Court and Supreme Court- Law Trend. Law Trend brings the latest Law News India.
As India is a mass population country so, every hour will get some happenings. To get updated with all law-related latest news you can follow Law Trend. We cover legal and law news related to Lower Court, High Court and Supreme court of India. The Law Trend portal is a team of dedicated knowledge holders in the law and legal area. We keep our eyes on every law-related news and update immediately for our readers. Objective The Rabhya foundation started LawTrend with one goal in mind. We derive our values from the Preamble of the Constitution of India and envisage a future where everyone is informed of their legal rights and how they affect our everyday life. The LawTrend platform was started by the Rabhya Foundation and is headed by our Editor-in-Chief Mr Rajat Rajan Singh, who is an accomplished lawyer and legal scholar. What makes us unique. Can Investigation be Transferred to CBI After Filing of Charge Sheet? Supreme Court Judgment.
In a recent case, the Apex Court has observed that there was no embargo on them when it comes to transferring an investigation to CBI after submission of the charge sheet.
A three-judge bench of the Court comprising Hon’ble Justice DY Chandrachud, Hon’ble Justice Indu Malhotra and Hon’ble Justice Indira Banerjee observed the above while cancelling pre-arrest bail granted to in-laws of a deceased woman in a dowry death case and also directed the CBI to investigate the case. Background. Ashirwadum Architects and Developers.