A bail application filed in Madhya Pradesh High Court was filed by Rajkamal Namdev who was arrested on 25/04/2021 in connection with Crime registered at Police Station Laour, District Rewa (M.P.) for the offence punishable under Sections 8, 21, 22 of the NDPS Act & Section 5/13 of M.P. Drug Control Act.
The High Court, while allowing anticipatory bail plea of one Tarsem Singh, arrested in connection with a case registered under Sections 22 and 61 of the NDPS Act, told the DGP to check the spread of drug supply in the state.
The Punjab and Haryana High Court has asked for an explanation from the Sessions Judge, Sirsa as to how did he entertain and decide petition for regular bail when a similar petition was pending before the Court.
Saharath VP, an accused under offense punishable under section 22(c) of the NDPS Act, 1985 filed the bail application for allegedly being found in possession of 2, 830 capsules, violating the provisions of the NDPS Act.
While the Constitution abhors the idea of indefinite incarceration, there is a culture of opposition by law enforcement agencies to deny bail. Indeed, time is at hand to redress this state of affairs, with firm judicial leadership.
The Supreme Court of India has dismissed an appeal challenging the judgment passed by the Special Court convicting the accused for the offence punishable under Section 21 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985, that talk about the Punishment for contravention in relation.
The Himachal Pradesh High Court on Tuesday dismissed the petition of a workman seeking relief that the period of his becoming incarcerated, either in police custody or in judicial custody should be declared to be continuous service.
Delhi High Court has issued Notice to Ministry of Law and Justice, Bar Council of India, Bar Council of Delhi, Rouse Avenue District Court Bar Association, Central Delhi Court Bar Association and Registrar of Societies.