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CBI court grants interim bail to ex-DCs, others in fake gun licence scam
3/28/2020 10:46:07 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT

SRINAGAR, Mar 28: Special Judge Anti-Corruption CBI Srinagar Mohan Singh Parihar today granted interim bail up to April 27, 2020 to Rajeev Ranjan, ex-Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Metropolitan Regulatory Authority Itrit Hussain Rafiqui then Deputy Magistrate of Kupwara District and Rahul Grover in alleged fake Gun Licence Scam.
While granting bail Special Judge Anticorruption CBI Srinagar Mohan Singh Parihar after considering the prayer of the applicants-accused for bail in the light of given facts and circumstances of the case, observed that in view of the propositions of law laid down by Supreme Court in Sanjay Chandra Vs CBI and the setteled law is that bail is rule and jail is an exception, the applicants are entitled to bail and found no reason to rejectct the bail.
With these observations, Court admitted the applicants to interim bail on their furnishing personal bond to the tune of Rs 1 lakh each with one surety of same amount with the condition that the accused shall cooperate in the investigation of the case and shall appear before I.O as and when required. They shall not temper with evidence in any manner, they shall not directly or indirectly make any inducement, threat or promise to any person acquainted with the facts of the case.
According to the CBI case that “The CBI had registered a case in pursuance of notification issued by the Government of India with the consent of Jammu and Kashmir Government and taken over the investigation of FIR No. 18 of 2018 dated 17.05.2018 earlier registered at Police Station Vigilance Organization Kashmir (VOK) on the allegations that during the period 2012 to 2016, then Deputy Commissioners of various districts of J&K including Kupwara had fraudulently and illegally issued bulk arms licenses in lieu of monetary considerations.’’ The CBI’s Chandigarh unit had registered the FIRs for alleged criminal misconduct and criminal conspiracy under the Ranbir Penal Code and in violation of Section 3/25 of the Arms Act, besides provisions of Prevention of Corruption Act in the arms license case.
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