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aatma   26 June 2010

Delhi HC - Test for Bail Applicant!!!

IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI

16.06.2010

Present: Mr. Yogesh Swroop and Mr. Ranjeet Khatri, Advocates for the
petitioner.
Mr. Jaideep Malik, APP for the State with Inspector Sudhir Kumar.

Bail Application No.1107/2010

When the parties were living together, wife (complainant) was
allegedly beaten up by the petitioner (husband), who is an advocate. It is
stated by counsel for the petitioner that the injuries on the person of the wife
as given in MLC were self-inflicted and he can show how such injuries can be
self-inflicted.

The SHO, Inspector Sudhir Kumar, who is present in court, shall
be informed by the petitioner/applicant before he starts inflicting these kinds
of injuries on himself and the Inspector shall prepare a video of the injuries
so inflicted by the applicant on himself. After inflicting injuries, the SHO
shall take him to the hospital for opinion.

If the applicant is able to show that these injuries can be self-
inflicted on the same parts of the body as were found on body parts of the wife,
this court shall consider this application for bail on 21st June, 2010.
A copy of this order be given DASTI.




SHIV NARAYAN DHINGRA

[VACATION JUDGE]
JUNE 16, 2010

 



 5 Replies

Anmol Sharma (advocate)     26 June 2010

o my god!!!!!!!

Anmol Sharma (advocate)     26 June 2010

what an order sir ji

ravi shankar sharma (advocate)     26 June 2010

it just looked filmy

Dharmesh Manjeshwar (Advocate/Lawyer)     26 June 2010

looks like we have gone back to the mughal era time .....


(Guest)

21.06.2010
  
  
  
  Present: Mr. Yogesh Swroop, Advocate for the petitioner.
  Mr. Jaideep Malik, APP for the State.
  
   Bail Application No.1107/2010
  This application has been moved on behalf of the petitioner for
  grant of anticipatory bail.
  On the last date of hearing, the applicant had told the court
  that he can show that the injuries on the person of his wife were self-inflicted
  injuries by inflicting the same kind of injuries on his own person. Now, he
  states that the applicant was afraid that he may incur some infection and the
  applicant can otherwise convince the court that these injuries were self-
  inflicted.
  The injuries as shown in MLC of the wife do not seem to be self-
  inflicted injuries. I do not think it is a case for grant of anticipatory bail.
  The application is dismissed.
  Dasti.
  
  
  
  SHIV NARAYAN DHINGRA
  
  [VACATION JUDGE]
  JUNE 21, 2010
  ?AA?
  
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