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Court rejects bail in attempt to murder case
9/19/2023 10:36:05 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 19: Electricity Magistrate Vinod Kumar rejected the bail application of one Flix Mattoo involved in attempt to murder case.
Perusal of the Police report reveals that the applicant/accused is involved in case FIR No. 56/2023 for the commission of offences u/s 307/341/323/382/34 IPC and 4/25 Arms Act of Police Station City Jammu. Brief facts of the police report are that the Zakir Hussain son of Noor R/o Sidhra, Rangura Jammu has given a verbal report in the presence of the police station that today dated 01/09/202 he went to the bus stand Jammu to make his wife sit in the car of Dada Kishtwar. He was going back home on foot after his wife sitting in the car, when at around 3 o'clock in the night, three young men attacked him with the intention of killing me. The accused persons came on a motorcycle attacks started successively. I left my hand to save myself, from which four fingers of my hand were cut off. Each of the three persons took away 5000 rupees in cash from me. He was seriously injured in a murderous attack. He made a noise and then these three persons fled from the spot on a motorcycle. I do not know the names of all three persons, but he can identify them.
Electricity Judge Vinod Kumar after hearing APP Anil Saini for the UT, observed that Supreme Court of India in several judgments have emphasized the importance of custodial interrogations in serious offenses such as Section 307 IPC. In the case of the Joginder Kumar v. State of U.P., (1994) 4 SCC 260.Supreme Court held that custodial interrogations are necessary in cases involving heinous offenses such as murder and attempted murder. The Court also held that denial of bail in such cases is justified to ensure that the accused does not tamper with the evidence or influence witnesses. Similarly, in the case of Arnesh Kumar v. State of Bihar, (2014) 8 SCC 273.), the Supreme Court emphasized that bail should not be granted in serious offenses without considering the nature and gravity of the offense, the evidence against the accused, and the likelihood of the accused fleeing from justice. In light of these factors, the court is of the opinion that the accused does not deserve bail at this stage and bail application is hereby rejected. —JNF
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