Do you want to settle the case with complainant / drawee of the dishonoured cheque ???
If so, you may submit it to the Trial Court and there is no need for a surity.
However, if you have decided to contest the complaint, you will have to submit sound surety to the Court, which shall not be in the form of cash/ Bank guarentee.
It is advisable to consult and engage a local prudent lawyer for proper analyses of facts, professional guidance and necessary proceeding.