A hearing was held in the Bombay High Court (Bombay High Court) regarding the bail application of double murder case accused Akash Chandalia, in which the court gave an important decision saying that the undertrial prisoners have been in jail for some time. In the long run, they should generally be released on bail, even if they have committed a serious crime. The High Court made this comment while granting bail to Akash Chandalia, who was in jail for seven and a half years. The judge said that depriving any person of personal liberty without ensuring speedy trial is not in accordance with Article 21 (right to life and personal liberty) of the Constitution of India…
‘The court will be obliged to grant bail to the accused in certain circumstances’
According to the Bar & Bench report, the judge said in his 7-page order, “Depriving any person of personal liberty without ensuring a speedy trial is in accordance with Article 21 (right to life and personal liberty) of the Constitution of India.” Not there. .. If timely trial is not possible, the accused cannot be sentenced to additional imprisonment… if the accused has served a substantial period of the proposed period. Keeping in view the seriousness of the charges against the accused and normally in such circumstances the court will be bound to grant bail to the accused.
A case of kidnapping, assault and murder of 2 people has been registered against the accused.
The bail plea before the Bombay High Court was related to the case against gangster Kisan Pardeshi. The police had registered a case against Pardeshi and his associates including Chandalia for kidnapping, assault and murder of two people in 2015. The accused allegedly injured the men, following which they died and the bodies were later recovered.
What did the accused write in the bail application?
Chandalia said in the bail application that his two co-accused in this case, Vikas Gaikwad and Yasmin Syed, have been released on bail in 2022 itself. Justice Dangre said that in view of the delay in the case, both the co-accused were released… He further said that there is no reason why Chandalia should not be released on bail, hence his bail application was approved…