Jammu High Court: Petition to stay the punishment of drug trafficker dismissed

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu

Published by: charisma chib
Updated Tue, 13 Jul 2021 03:45 PM IS

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There is no ground for bail against the accused. The accused also has two other associates. All of them were sentenced to 12 years.

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The High Court rejected the application to stay the sentence awarded to a drug smuggler. A division bench comprising Justices Dheeraj Singh Thakur and Puneet Gupta heard the plea of ​​Bharat Bhushan. The division bench said that it is not satisfied with the application of this accused. The nature of the offense can never be looked into by the Court while deciding the suspension of sentence and the prayer for grant of bail to the guilty.

Considering the nature of the appellant, the nature of the offense and the punishment prescribed under the provisions of the Act, bail cannot be sought in such cases. There is no ground for bail against the accused. The accused also has two other associates. All of them were sentenced to 12 years in prison.

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Record sought back from trial court
The High Court has sought back the trial court’s report and investigation in the murder and rape case of a minor in Kokernag, Kashmir. It has been asked to return this report within two months. The matter is regarding the date of birth of the accused. It is to be said that the accused was also a minor at the time when this incident took place. A division bench comprising Justices Tachi Rabston and Sanjay Dar heard the matter on Monday.

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The High Court rejected the application to stay the sentence awarded to a drug smuggler. A division bench comprising Justices Dheeraj Singh Thakur and Puneet Gupta heard the plea of ​​Bharat Bhushan. The division bench said that it is not satisfied with the application of this accused. The nature of the offense can never be looked into by the Court while deciding the suspension of sentence and the prayer for grant of bail to the guilty.

Considering the nature of the appellant, the nature of the offense and the punishment prescribed under the provisions of the Act, bail cannot be sought in such cases. There is no ground for bail against the accused. The accused also has two other associates. All of them were sentenced to 12 years in prison.

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Record sought back from trial court

The High Court has sought back the trial court’s report and investigation in the murder and rape case of a minor in Kokernag, Kashmir. It has been asked to return this report within two months. The matter is regarding the date of birth of the accused. It is to be said that the accused was also a minor at the time when this incident took place. A division bench comprising Justices Tachi Rabston and Sanjay Dar heard the matter on Monday.

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