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Gunvir Singh Saini vs Govt Of Nct Of Delhi on 11 December, 2015

P.S.TEJI, J.

1. Consequent upon dismissal of application for anticipatory bail

to the petitioner by the learned Special Judge, NDPS, New Delhi vide

order dated 12.10.2015, the petitioner has filed the present bail

application under Section 438 of the Code of Criminal Procedure,

1973 in a case registered under FIR No. 189/2015 under Section

420/468/471/120B of Indian Penal Code, Police Station

Chanakyapuri, Delhi.

Bail Appln. 2271/2015 Page 1 of 6
2. The prosecution case in nutshell is that on a complaint from Sh.

Timothy Ayers, Assistant regional Security Officer, U.S. Embassy,

New Delhi, it is alleged that one Amanpreet Singh had applied for

non-immigrant visa at United States Embassy in New Delhi, who

claimed to be born on October 3, 1989 at Punjab and presented Indian

Passport No. F7466830 as proof of identity. It is further alleged in the

complaint that Amanpreet Singh submitted a visa application

disclosing that he worked at S.S. Traders and in support he had

submitted a company letter head of ‘S.S. Traders’. According to the

complaint, Amanpreet Singh was going to visit a family friend, Buta

Singh Johal in Elk Grove, CA, USA, and when the Embassy Officials

asked for more information about his family friend, he could not

provide that. During interrogation, Embassy Officials were informed

that Amanpreet Singh paid Rs.50,000 to the petitioner being a visa

facilitator for completion of his visa application and he has to pay 4-5

lacs to the petitioner, after the visa is issued. The letter head provided

to support the claim of Amanpreet Singh was found to be bogus.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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