Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Bail Granted on the ground of four days delay in lodging FIR

PLJ 2015 Cr.C. (Lahore) 339[Multan Bench Multan]
Present: Syed Muhammad Kazim Raza Shamsi, J.
versus
STATE and another--Respondents
Crl. Misc. No. 6501-B of 2013, decided on 16.1.2014.
----S. 497--Pakistan Penal Code, (XLV of 1860), Ss. 376 & 511--Bail, grant of--Allegedly petitioner has attempted to molest the modesty of daughter of complainant so has been booked in case which was registered at Police Station under Sections 376 & 511, PPC, in which case petitioner prays for his release on post arrest bail which request has been accepted on ground that victim was not produced for her medical examination to determine attempt allegedly made by petitioner to rape her; that according to FIR, clothes of victim were torn and string of shalwar was found broken but these clothes were not produced before Investigating Officer and that delay for four days in lodging FIR has not been explained by complainant which casts serious doubt about implication of petitioner in commission of offence--Bail was granted.                                                  [P. 340] A
KhQaiser ButtAdvocate for Petitioner.
Ch. Muhammad Akbar, D.P.G. for State.
Malik Muhammad Akram Khand, Advocate for Complainant.
Date of hearing: 16.1.2014.
Order
Allegedly the petitioner Altaf Hussain alias Atti has attempted to molest the modesty of Mst. Rasham Bibi, the daughter of the complainant so has been booked in case FIR No. 495 dated 8.9.2013 which was registered at Police Station Jalalpur Pir Wala, District Multan under Sections 376 & 511, PPC, in which case the petitioner prays for his release on post arrest bail which request has been accepted on the ground that the victim was not produced for her medical examination to determine the attempt allegedly made by the petitioner to rape her; that according to the FIR, the clothes of the victim were torn and the string of the shalwar was found broken but these clothes were not produced before the Investigating Officer and that delay for four days in lodging the FIR has not been explained by the complainant which casts serious doubt about the implication of the petitioner in the commission of offence. The petitioner is directed to furnish bail bonds in the sum of Rs.50,000/- with one surety in the like amount to the satisfaction of the learned trial Court.

(A.S.)  Bail granted

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