The Delhi High Court granted bail to Furkan, Mohd Arif, Shadab Ahmad, Suvaleen and Tabassum, who all have been in judicial custody since last year, for allegedly causing the death of Head Constable Ratan Lal, as also causing serious head injuries to the DCP North-East and damaging public property
In this case, the minor rape accused had moved the Supreme Court against High Court order. He sought that he be released forthwith on bail after being presented before the JJ Board as provided by the Juvenile Justice Act's Section 12. But the Apex Court said no.
The Supreme Court dismissed a plea filed by a prosecutrix challenging bail granted to a rape accused alleging she was raped on false pretext of marriage. The bench of Chief Justice NV Ramana and Justice Surya Kant observed that the prosecutrix was already married when she came into contact with accused.
The petitioner said he was arrested for giving speeches, which according to the State, had objectionable contents with regard to Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, and could have resulted in caste-based division, posing a threat to peace and harmony prevailing in the state
The High Court said it is very strange that neither the petitioner, nor his Counsel, would come to know about the order granting regular bail to the petitioner and rather, the Sessions Judge, Panchkula was approached by way of filing application for regular bail.