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Rajasthan High Court Grants 15 Days' Temporary Bail To Convict To Perform Daughter's Kanyadan

ANIRUDH VIJAY
21 April 2022 4:39 AM GMT
Rajasthan High Court Grants 15 Days Temporary Bail To Convict To Perform Daughters Kanyadan
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The Rajasthan High Court, Jodhpur has granted temporary bail for 15 days to a man to perform 'Kanyadan' & other ceremonies in his daughter's marriage. Notably, the present application for grant of temporary bail has been filed on the ground that the appellant's daughter is getting married on 28.04.2022 and the presence of the appellant is necessary to perform 'Kanyadan'...

The Rajasthan High Court, Jodhpur has granted temporary bail for 15 days to a man to perform 'Kanyadan' & other ceremonies in his daughter's marriage.

Notably, the present application for grant of temporary bail has been filed on the ground that the appellant's daughter is getting married on 28.04.2022 and the presence of the appellant is necessary to perform 'Kanyadan' and other ceremonies in the marriage.

A division bench of Acting Chief Justice Manindra Mohan Shrivastava and Justice Madan Gopal Vyas, ruled,

"Taking into consideration the ground, on which the temporary bail is sought, we are inclined to allow the application to the extent that the appellant shall be released on temporary bail upon furnishing a personal bond of Rs.25,000/- along with two local sureties in the like amount to the satisfaction of the Trial Court. The appellant shall be released on temporary bail for a period of 15 days from the date of release."

The court ordered that immediately after completion of 15 days, the appellant shall surrender before the Trial Court and he shall be sent back to jail for serving out the remaining period of sentence.

The Public Prosecutor for the State submitted before the court that the ground, upon which the present temporary bail application has been filed, has been verified and it is found that the appellant's daughter is getting married on 28.04.2022.

The matter is next listed on 20.05.2022.

Adv. Jagatveer Singh Deora appeared on behalf of the appellant while PP R.R. Chhaparwal appeared on behalf of the respondent.

Case Title: Ratna v. State of Rajasthan, Through PP

Citation: 2022 LiveLaw (Raj) 137

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