Madhya Pradesh High Court warned the appellants of consequences, including contempt of court, for non-compliance with the directions.
“This Court will certainly not shut its eyes to the materials unearthed, since it relates not only to maintaining purity in judicial proceedings but upholding public faith in the system at large.”
Supreme Court also mentioned that the decision for quashing FIR in Rs 371 Crore Skill Development Case was likely to be delivered soon.
Since anticipatory bail as well as transit anticipatory bail are intrinsically linked to personal liberty under Article 21 of Constitution, it would be necessary to give a constitutional imprimatur to the evolving provision of transit anticipatory bail.
“It is revealed during the investigation by Enforcement Directorate that the applicant is the brother and a close associate of the mastermind behind the present illegal coal levy scam and, is having strong links with politicians and businessmen in Chhattisgarh.”
Allahabad High Court said that the applicant is used to filing multiple applications and petitions at various forums including the High Court. These acts are a classic example of forum shopping, and it cannot be permitted to keep on going so eternally.
Punjab and Haryana High Court noted ASI’s submission regarding absence of complaint against the petitioner regarding threatening the witnesses, as against the contentions.
“Exemplary costs need to be imposed so that no one could dare to take the Courts for a ride.”
Justice Vipin Sanghi, a third-generation lawyer, with a legal career spanning over 3 decades, retires on 26-10-2023 after an extensive tenure of 17 years as a Judge, which also includes his tenure as the 12th Chief Justice of Uttaranchal High Court.
A quick legal roundup to cover important stories from all High Courts this week.
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Deciding for similar facts, the Supreme Court had granted anticipatory bail, as cited by Punjab and Haryana High Court in the instant matter.
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Punjab and Haryana High Court pointed out that from the suicide note, it could not be said that the petitioner ever came in contact with the complainant’s son after the day of settlement between the two families.
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“The Courts cannot be used as a forum for pressurizing the accused to get married to the victim or be denied bail, or by the accused for obtaining bail by asking the complainant to appear before the Court and state that he was ready to get married to her.”
There was a declaration of the accused as a proclaimed offender, and such declaration was subsisting on the date of the impugned order, thus, the Supreme Court disagreed with the High Court that the accused was entitled to ‘reform and course correct’.
Supreme Court opined that the Jharkhand High Court fell into error in adopting such a casual approach and set aside the impugned order. Thus, granted bail to the husband.
“During the said period of trial, there is no occasion for the applicant to keep him languishing behind the bars, as it would serve no purpose especially in view of the aforesaid and as it is a trite law that no person is presumed guilty until proven otherwise.”
“If this scam had not come to light, so many corrupt and unethical people would have got appointed to the sensitive post of Sub Inspector by giving money.”