Renu Sehrawat vs Sunny Sehrawat & Ors on 13 June, 2016

2. The factual matrix, in brief, is that on the basis of complaint
made by the petitioner/complainant to the police, FIR
No.151/2013, under Sections 498A/406/34 IPC read with Section
3/4 of Dowry Prohibition Act, Police Station Dwarka was
registered against the respondent no.1 and other accused persons.
An application for the grant of anticipatory bail was moved by the
respondent no.1 before this Court. Vide order dated 08.07.2013,

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the respondent no.1 was granted anticipatory bail and he was
directed to appear before the Investigating Officer on 09.07.2013
along with the stridhan of the complainant and Swift car. On
09.07.2013, respondent no.1 appeared before the Investigating
Officer but did not hand over all the items as per the list.
Thereafter, the petitioner filed a petition under Section 482 Cr.P.C.
for modification/rectification of order dated 08.07.2013 granting
bail to the respondent no.1. The matter was kept pending and on
11.02.2014, the counsel for the petitioner withdrew the said
petition with the liberty to file a fresh petition for cancellation of
bail. Therefore, the said petition was dismissed as withdrawn.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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