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सोमवार, 27 अप्रैल 2020


Bombay hc grants interim anticipatory bail in atrocities case

Zafar Khan✍️
Nagpur 27 Apr 2020
Justice Vinay Joshi while taking hearing of the matters through Video conferencing has granted ad interim protection to Ashok Gote resident of Adoli, Washim. He was apprehending his arrest for the offence
punishable under Section 341, 294, 506 Of IPC R/w Sec 3(1)(r)(s)(y), 3(2)(Va) Of Scheduled Castes And Scheduled Tribes (Prevention Of Atrocities)
It was alleged by Chandrakala Sawant that
on 1-02-2020 at about 10.30 am when the complainant and her husband were going
to their field by bullock cart, appellant was standing near his field and he objected to complainant for proceeding through his field. Thereafter, husband of complainant told appellant that there is number dhura road but again then the appellant alleged to have refused to permit them to pass though his field. It is alleged that, thereafter appellant has given abuses on cast of informant and given threat to kill them. It is alleged that, after some time, husband of complainant called the vendor of the land Rajendra by making a phone call. It is alleged that,Rajendra has given understanding to appellant, but the appellant was not ready to listen anything and thereafter the complainant and her husband left bullock cart in the field and went to P.S. and lodge complaint.

It was submitted that, there is a civil dispute pending between applicants family and complainant. Complainant and her family are in habit of lodging complaint under the atrocities act. 

After hearing the submissions Justice Vinay Joshi granted ad interim protection to Ashok Gote. Adv Mir Nagman Ali appeared Ashok Gote.