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SI paper leak scam: HC rejects bail plea of BSF CMO
11/30/2022 11:35:08 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 30: Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh High Court today rejected the bail application of the BSF Chief Medical Officer arrested in connection with paper leak SI recruitment scam. Justice Mohan Lal rejected the bail application of Dr Karnail Singh then posted in Border Security Force, IG Headquarter, Paloura, Jammu as Chief Medical Officer/Selection Grade/Commandant Medical in the Border Security Force. in much publicized SI Paper Leakage Scam.Justice Mohan Lal after hearing Sr. Adv Rahul Pant with Advocate Anirudh Sharma for the applicant whereas Sr AAG Monika Kohli with DySP Parshant Sharma of CBI, observed that there is every danger of the course of justice being thwarted, if the petitioner is enlarged on bail. Offence indicted against the petitioner is heinous and grave in nature and such type of offences are to be dealt with severity and with iron hands. Showing leniency in such matters would be really a case of misplaced sympathy. In the instant case, the petitioner has also claimed the bail on the ground that his wife is suffering from Bone Marrow Cancer/Myelodysplastic Syndrome since April 2022 and she needs regular blood transfusion.Respondents have meted this argument on the strength that there are several members in the family of the petitioner to take care of his wife. Even in the bail application, petitioner has specifically averred that he has two sons, out of which one son namely Shubham Kala is being called by the respondents for investigation as being a co-accused, while other son of the petitioner is doing private business. It is apt to reiterate here, that the other son of the petitioner, who is a private employee can also look after and take care of his mother for her treatment. As per the investigation conducted so far, the I/O has recovered and amount of Rs 69 lakh cash during multiple rounds of searches. Respondents/CBI in their response have submitted that it conducted searches at about seventy seven (77) locations in multiple States and UTs including Delhi, Haryana, Karnataka and Jammu & Kashmir and examined large number of witnesses and during the probe has arrested as many as twenty (20) people including the petitioner. It appears that the investigation is still in progress and incomplete. The investigating agency must be provided sufficient time to unearth the paper leak scam and bring the offenders to book. The Court is of the considered opinion that at this stage when the investigation is yet to be completed, it is the fittest case, where bail ought not be granted and the petitioner too has failed carve out a strong case for bail in his favour. The bail application being misconceived under law is disallowed rejected and dismissed. JNF
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