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Sessions Judge tried to patch up the dispute: Husband refused!!

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT PATNA Cr.Misc. No.171 of 2011

PRADIP SAH

Versus

THE STATE OF BIHAR

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2 02.02.2011 Heard learned counsel for the petitioner as well as learned counsel for the state.

The petitioner seeks his bail in connection with Complaint Case No. 763C of 2007 for the offences punishable under section-498A of the IPC and section-4 of Dowry Prohibition Act.

It would appear from perusal of the record that earlier the petitioner was granted privilege of anticipatory bail for the period of six months vide order dated 01.12.2009 passed in Cr. Misc. No. 25943 of 2009 with a direction to him to surrender before the court below within four weeks from the date of aforesaid order and furthermore, the learned court below was directed to consider the regular bail of the petitioner in the light of subsequent developments and attitude of the parties. It would appear that the petitioner did not appear before the learned court below within the stipulated period and subsequently, he surrendered and remanded in the case. Furthermore, it would appear from the order of learned Sessions Judge that when the learned Sessions Judge tried to patch up the dispute of the petitioner and complainant, the petitioner refused to enter into compromise with the -2-

complainant.

The submission of Learned counsel for the petitioner is that when the petitioner has already been remanded in this case, the question of compromise does not arise. Considering the aforesaid facts and circumstances of the case as well as period of detention in jail custody, the petitioner, namely, Pradip Sah is directed to be released on bail on furnishing bail bond of Rs 10,000/- (ten thousand) with two sureties of the like amount each in connection with Complaint Case No. 763C of 2007 to the satisfaction of Sub Divisional Judicial Magistrate, Khagaria.

AKV/- (Hemant Kumar Srivastava,J.)

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