Ms Anupriya Yadav vs State (Govt Nct Of Delhi) & Anr on 4 November, 2016

2. I have heard the petitioner present in person and the learned
APP and have examined the file. On perusal of the file, it reveals that vide
order dated 22.04.2016, the petitioner was granted anticipatory bail. She
was directed not to leave the area of NCR without express permission of the
Court, except in emergent situation. In emergent situation, she will intimate

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and seek further permission from the court through her authorized
representative/counsel to leave the area of NCR. Admittedly, no condition
has been imposed by the Trial Court at the time of grant of anticipatory bail
not to travel abroad during the pendency of the trial. The petitioner was
directed to take prior permission, in case she intended to travel out of the
country. The impugned order clearly states that the Trial Court was not
supposed to issue any kind of NOC in favour of accused for issuance of
pass-port or visa to her. The petitioner was given liberty to approach the
concerned authority directly for the purpose of issuance of pass-port or visa.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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