Vikas Mittal vs State & Anr. on 12 April, 2021

2. A bare perusal of the order dated 06.08.2020 reveals the learned
APP for the State had opposed his bail application stating interalia there
are chances the applicant may again jump bail, if granted, likewise his
past conduct.
3. Hence, his past conduct, though not, specifically, discussed in the
order dated 06.08.2020, certainly was argued on behalf of the State but
considering the fact the co-accused person were already granted bail by
the Courts below, and one of the co-accused viz. Vinit Mittal was granted
anticipatory bail and as the applicant was no more required for
investigation purposes, he was ordered to be released on bail on his
furnishing personal bond/surety of Rs.50,000/- and was directed a) to
deposit his passport with the court and b) not to leave the country without
the prior permission of the Court.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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