HC declines bail to protester

  • | Friday | 9th November, 2018

Total value of the public property damaged was around Rs16,78,500 and the private property which includes camera, private vehicles, and media vehicles was quantified at Rs15,50,000. "Senior public prosecutor Suman Chakravarthy had argued for prosecution that the protest was organized against Supreme Court judgment and that police were enforcing the order. Having regard to the above facts, I feel that it is not a fit case to grant bail to the petitioner herein at this stage. It is seen that two police buses, one police car, four police vehicles, 12 KSRTC buses, three media vehicles and three cameras were damaged. Accordingly, bail application is dismissed.

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