Considering the huge quantity of contraband seized and progress of trial, the Court refused to grant bail.
“Prima facie the search and seizure, which is in contravention of the mandatory provisions of Section 42 of the NDPS Act prima facie makes the recovery doubtful.”
Supreme Court advised the petitioner to secure appropriate treatment for spinal disorder during the given period of 6 weeks.
The Supreme Court observed that the petitioner was on a ventilator earlier but was discharged due to non-availability of proper medical treatment in the prison.
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