Jajmau arson case: 2 accused granted bail

  • | Monday | 2nd October, 2023

Kanpur: The Allahabad high court has granted conditional bail to accused- corporator Mursaleen Khan alias Bholu and another accused Ejazuddin alias Sablu in the Jajmau arson case.The high court has ordered release of both the accused on furnishing two sureties of the like amount and a personal bond.Arguing on the bail application, the defence counsel submitted that neither there is any concrete evidence in the case against the accused nor has anything been recovered from them. Mursaleen has been in jail since January 24, 2023 while Ejazuddin since November 7, 2022 while the hearing of the case is still in its initial stage, the defence counsel pleaded and submitted before the court that the accused will not misuse bail nor try to influence any witness. The prosecution stated there are serious charges against them.During the hearing on the bail petition, the court was told that all the co-accused in the case namely Rizwan Solanki, Shaukat Ali, Anoop Yadav alias Batau, Mohd Sharif and Mehboob Alam had already been granted bail.The high court after considering all the aspects of the case accepted the bail plea of Ejazuddin and Mursaleen.We also published the following articles recentlyCourt grants bail to 3 held in suicide caseThe Kalyan session court has granted bail to three individuals, including the ex-NCP spokesperson Kamlesh Nikam, in the suicide case of ex-MLA Jyoti Kalanis personal assistant Nandkumar Nanavare and his wife. The accused were arrested by the Thane crime branch on August 18. The bail was granted after arguments were presented in court on Monday.Ex-MLAs PA and his wife suicide case: Kalyan session court grants bail to three accusedThree accused, including the former NCP Ulhasnagar city spokesperson Kamlesh Nikam, have been granted bail in the suicide case of ex-MLA Jyoti Kalanis PA Nandkumar Nanavare and his wife. The Thane crime branch had arrested four accused, including Nikam, in the case. The couple had left videos and suicide notes mentioning harassment from various individuals, including Nikam, and had also named a BJP MP in their note.DA case: High court grants interim bail to tainted Punjab AIGFormer Punjab Police AIG Ashish Kapoor has been granted interim bail by the Punjab and Haryana high court in connection with a disproportionate assets case. Kapoor was booked by the Punjab vigilance bureau for acquiring unaccounted assets. His wife, who was also accused in the case, was granted anticipatory bail. Kapoor argued that he played a key role in curbing corruption and was being falsely implicated due to departmental rivalry and influence of anti-social elements. The court will hear the plea on Tuesday.

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