Delhi HC Grants Bail to Convicts Allowing him to Arrange College Fee for His Daughter’s LLB Course

Gavel Law Insider

Savvy Thakur

Published on: 11 November 2022 at 21:29 IST

The Delhi High Court granted the accused interim bail under the Arms Act for ten days to enable him to arrange funds to pay for his daughter’s LLB course admission fee.

According to Justice Talwant Singh, the petitioner Nihal Ahmed must surrender after the ten-day period has expired, and the interim bail cannot be extended in any way.

“…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/- with one surety of the same amount to the satisfaction of the concerned court,” the court stated.

Further the court added, “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,”

Ahmed had moved toward looking for break bail in a 2011 FIR enrolled under Segments 452/325/506/34 IPC and under Segment 25/27/54/59 Arms Act at Gandhi Nagar police headquarters.In the case, a chargesheet has already been filed.

The prosecution argued, in opposition to the plea, that he had been arrested after being declared a proclaimed offender in the case. Additionally, the prosecution stated that he was involved in another case.

The accused’s counsel claimed that the 15th of November is the last day to pay for his daughter’s LLB course admission fees.

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