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Pune hit and run case: ‘Essay in 300 words, and…’, then juvenile accused gets bail from Bombay High Court with the same conditions

Ritul Pandey

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Bombay High Court again granted bail to the minor accused with the same conditions

Important information is coming out in the Pune hit and run case. The Bombay High Court has granted bail to the minor accused in the Porsche car accident case in Kalyaninagar, Pune. The parents of the minor accused are in jail. Therefore, the court has now ordered to hand over the minor to him. The minor accused had filed a petition in the Bombay High Court. The petition alleged that the juvenile accused was illegally detained in the juvenile detention facility. In this case, the court heard the arguments of both the parties and reserved the decision. After this, the result was announced today. In this decision, the minor accused was given relief. The court released him on bail. Important things have come to light in the order given by the Bombay High Court in this regard. The High Court has upheld the terms and conditions imposed on the accused earlier by the Child Rights Justice Board.

According to the information received, important points have been mentioned in the High Court order while ordering the release of the minor accused. The High Court has said in the order that while granting bail to the juvenile accused on May 19, he will have to follow the rules and conditions set by the Juvenile Justice Board. So the minor accused will have to write an essay of 300 words and study traffic rules for 15 days.

Even after getting bail, the High Court has cancelled the order of sending the juvenile accused to the juvenile correction home on May 22. The bail order of 19th has been upheld by the High Court and all the orders of 22nd and thereafter extended the period of stay in the juvenile home. Therefore, the juvenile accused will have to fulfill the conditions laid down by the Juvenile Justice Board while granting bail on May 19.

What did the Court actually look at?

While announcing the result of this case, the court has made an important comment. The Bombay High Court has said that it is illegal to take someone into custody again after first granting bail. Also, the parents of the minor accused are also currently in jail. Therefore, the court said that his custody should now be given to his father. Due to this order of the Bombay High Court, the minor accused is now being released from the juvenile detention center after 33 days.

Ritul Pandey

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