"Family Should Not Suffer For His Acts": Delhi HC Grants Interim Bail To Accused For Arranging Admission Fee For Daughter's LLB Course
The Delhi High Court has granted interim bail for the time period of 10 days to the accused while dealing with a bail application filed for the purpose of arranging the admission fee for his daughter's LL.B. Course.
The Single Bench of Justice Talwant Singh ordered –
"… keeping in view the fact that the petitioner has to make arrangements for making payment of admission fees of his daughter and that the family should not suffer for his acts, I am inclined to grant him interim bail for a period of ten days from the date of his release, on execution of personal bond of Rs.25,000/ …"
It was made clear by the Court that the interim bail shall not be extended under any circumstances and the accused shall surrender once the period of ten days is over.
An FIR was registered under Sections 452, 325, 506, and 34 of the Indian Penal Code and under Sections 25, 27, 54, and 59 of the Arms Act, 1959 at Gandhi Nagar Police Station against the accused along with the charge sheet being filed.
Advocate Rajni Kant represented the accused and Advocate Ritesh Kr. Bahri for the State.
It was submitted on behalf of the accused that the last date for payment of admission fees for the LL.B. course to be pursued by the daughter of the petitioner is November 15, 2022. It was also submitted that the petitioner has to make arrangements for making payment of admission fees as he is in judicial custody for the last 9 months.
Accordingly, considering the above facts, the High Court granted interim bail to the accused.
Cause Title – Nihal Ahmed v. State (GNCD)