IN THE COURT OF Ms. ANU MALHOTRA DISTRICT & SESSIONS JUDGE (WEST) : DELHI
Bail App. No. 1901
State vs. Narender Sawardekar
FIR No. 1619/2014
U/s: 376/420 IPC
PS: Tilak Nagar
Ld. Addl. PP Ms. Sushma Badhwar for the State.
Ld. counsel Shri Arvind Vashistha for the applicant.
IO / SI Anju Tyagi in person.
Complainant in person with ld. counsel Shri Saurabh Jain.
On behalf of the complainant and the applicant, at the outset, it is submitted that a settlement has been arrived at between the parties.
An affidavit of the complainant Ms. Manju Singh has been submitted, submitting to the effect that she does not want to proceed against the applicant under Section 376/420 of the IPC.
As per the said affidavit, she was also living with the applicant and that the applicant has gone to Russia for work.
The complainant in reply to specific Court queries affirms on oath that she does not want to proceed against the applicant and the statement of the complainant to that effect has been recorded.
The IO has identified the complainant.
On behalf of the State, it is submitted that the State does not oppose the anticipatory bail application of the applicant, in view of the statement made on behalf of the complainant but submits that there are NBWs already issued against him, qua which, the applicant may seek redressal in accordance with law before the ld. Trial Court.
In view of the statement made by the complainant and there being nothing to disbelieve the same, the applicant is allowed to be released on bail on his filing a bail bond in the sum of Rs. 2,00,000/ with two sureties of the like amount to the satisfaction of the IO/SHO concerned, subject to the applicant joining the investigation as and when required and not leaving the country.
District & Sessions Judge (West)
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