Manu Singh vs State Of Nct Of Delhi & Anr. on 10 January, 2017

Crl.M.C.484/2016 Page 1 of 4
2. I have heard the learned counsel for the parties and have
examined the file. It is second round of litigation. Admittedly, the
respondent No.2 was earlier granted regular bail by an order dated
17.07.2015 (Annexure ‘B’) which was cancelled by this Court in
Crl.M.C.No.3063/2015 on 03.09.2015 (Annexure ‘E’). The Hon’ble
Supreme Court dismissed respondent No.2’s SLP challenging the order of
this Court on 14.09.2015 observing that the order did not prejudice the rights
of the respondent No.2 for bail at an appropriate moment (Annexure ‘F’).
3. Respondent No.2 again filed application for regular bail which
resulted in its dismissal by an order dated 2.12.2015. Learned Additional
Sessions Judge in its order dated 3.12.2015 did not deem it fit to consider the
second bail application due to its cancellation by an earlier order of this
Court. This Court vide order dated 9.12.2015 in W.P.(Crl.)2894/2015
(Annexure ‘J’) directed the court below to decide the bail application
without being prejudiced by the fact that earlier an order of bail was
cancelled by the High Court or that the present writ petition, challenging the
order refusing to grant bail to the petitioner, has been withdrawn. This order
was challenged before the Supreme Court in SLP (Crl.) 600-601/2016 by the
petitioner. It was disposed of by an order dated 19.01.2016 granting liberty
to the petitioner to challenge the orders dated 3.9.2015 passed in
Crl.M.C.No.3063/2015 before the High Court (Annexure ‘M’).

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