Deepu vs State on 25 May, 2016

2. Learned counsel for appellant has not appeared.
3. Crl.M.B.No.39/2015, seeking bail pending hearing of the appeal filed
by the appellant, was allowed on May 03, 2016 with a direction that upon
furnishing a personal bond and in sum of `25,000/- and one surety to the
satisfaction of the Registrar of this Court, the appellant shall be admitted to
bail. The personal bond and surety bond have been filed but proof of
solvency not given by the surety, the learned Joint Registrar directed that a
fixed deposit receipt be produced and till date nothing has been done. The
appellant languishes in jail having been convicted for an offence punishable
under Section 304/34 IPC, without indicating whether it is Part-I or Part-II

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of Section 304 IPC and has been sentenced to undergo imprisonment for
four years and pay fine in sum of `5000/-; in default to undergo simple
imprisonment for six months.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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