“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.”
“The classification of the offences under the Criminal Procedure Code clearly shows that if the offences are punishable with imprisonment for less than three years, the offences are bailable and non-cognizable.”
Punjab and Haryana High Court noted ASI’s submission regarding absence of complaint against the petitioner regarding threatening the witnesses, as against the contentions.
The Supreme Court reminded the High Courts and the Sessions Courts not to be unduly swayed by submissions advanced by counsel on behalf of the accused in the nature of undertakings to keep in deposit/repay any amount while seeking bail in Cheating cases.
by Shubham Priyadarshi†
It is shocking, rather a mind-blowing fact that many innocent persons are victims of false implication under the SC/ST Act
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