The Court considered the grant of bail on account of all the relevant factors, gravity and nature of the offence, the extent of punishment, if enlarged on bail, may abscond or tamper with the evidence and witnesses, etc.
The accused person required special consideration to get proper treatment or to recuperate from her suffering in an environment congenial to her.
The Meghalaya High Court said that the State may consider being a model in the Country regarding the ethical treatment of animals.
The Court also expressed its concern about the same excuse of rain being given by the State to justify the poor conditions of some of the roads, despite it being well known that Meghalaya is one of the wettest places in the world.
The Court also said that prima facie, it appeared that there was no mens rea involved.
The applicant was arrested in connection with the case registered under Section 21(b) and 29 of the NDPS Act.
The Court said that the State is responsible for aiding the business of illegal mining and allowing illegal transport of thousands of metric tonnes of coal
The Court ordered the State of Meghalaya to protect all the waterbodies in the State.
The Court said that apart from the hideous sight, there is also an element of hygiene involved since the meat displayed is open to the grime and dust of the street.