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SI recruitment scam: CJM rejects bail of teacher
12/1/2022 11:03:57 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 1: Chief Judicial Magistrate Jammu Anjum Ara today rejected the bail application of a teacher, Jagdish Lal, who was arrested in connection with the much publicized Sub Inspector recruitment scam.
While rejecting the bail application of the teacher, CJM Jammu Anjum Ara observed that the charge-sheet in the present case has been filed. However, it is evident from the record that CBI is conducting further investigation into the matter and will file subsequent charge-sheet in the case as there are more evidence to be collected by the non-applicant and there is possibility of involvement of many more accused in the present case of the recruitment and the leakage of paper of sub-inspectors.
The accused is involved in a serious economic offence regarding the irregularities in written examination of Sub Inspectors and he has played a key role in the criminal conspiracy to leak the question paper and sell the same to the candidates in lieu of money. The investigating agency i.e CBI has prayed in the charge sheet that further investigation is still going on in the case and they will file a subsequent charge sheet as and when the investigation is complete. It is also alleged that the present accused is highly influential and if bailed out may frustrate the investigation and may influence witnesses and destroy evidence which is yet to be collected. It appears that the offences alleged to be committed by the accused involves interstate gangs operating in several States. In such circumstances, the accused cannot claim bail on medical grounds or on the basis of parity.
The CJM Jammu further observed that the contention of counsel for accused that offence of conspiracy is not made out against present accused cannot be considered at this premature stage as the merits of the case cannot be discussed at the time of disposal of bail application and only prima facie material on record is to be considered. The medical record placed on record will also not help the accused person when he is involved in such a serious and economic offence which had deep impact on the society especially the meritorious students. So such offences are to be dealt with a different approach by the courts while dealing with the question of bail.
The CJM Jammu further observed that the offence involved in the case impact the whole society and the public interest factor is to be taken into consideration and such socio-economic offences need to be considered with a different approach at least at the time when the application for bail is to be decided by the courts. With these observations, Court rejected the bail application. JNF
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