Jagjeet Singh & Ors VS Ashish Mishra @ Monu & Anr-18/04/2022

The victim’s right to participate in criminal trial and his/her right to know the status of investigation, and take necessary steps, or to be heard at every crucial stage of the criminal proceedings, including at the time of grant or cancellation of bail, were also duly recognised by the Committee.

State of Kerala Vs. Mahesh-19/03/2021

It appears that the High Court has completely misappreciated the object, scope and ambit of the directions issued by this Court from time to time in In Re : Contagion of Covid 19 Virus In Prisons. This Court did not direct release of all under-trial prisoners, irrespective of the severity of the offence. After hearing the learned Attorney General of India, Mr. Venugopal, the Amicus Curiae appointed by this Court, Mr. Dushyant Dave and other Learned Counsel, the States and Union Territories were directed to constitute a High Powered Committee to determine which class of prisoners could be released on parole or interim bail for such period as might be thought appropriate.

Mahipal Vs Rajesh Kumar @ Polia & Anr-05/12/2019

Cancellation of Bail -Where an order refusing or granting bail does not furnish the reasons that inform the decision, there is a presumption of the non-application of mind which may require the intervention of this Court. Where an earlier application for bail has been rejected, there is a higher burden on the appellate court to furnish specific reasons as to why bail should be granted.

Justice S.P. Talukdar committee failed to sell property of Tower Group accused of Rs.350 Crores Scam, SC observed while cancelling bail of the group Chairman

CANCELLATION OF BAIL-However, it is argued by both the Counsel that the amount may be about Rs. 350 Crores. Be that as it may, having regard to the material on record, and since a huge amount of money belonging to investors has been siphoned off, as well as for the aforesaid reasons, the High Court, in our considered opinion, should not have released the Respondent on bail.

Union of India Vs Hassan Ali Khan and Another-30/09/2011

Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002—Section 4—Money Laundering—Bail granted by High Court—No attempt on part of Respondent to disclose source of large sums of Money handled by him—Having a foreign bank account and also having sizeable amounts of Money deposited therein does not ipso facto indicate commission of offence under PML Act, 2002—However, when there are other surrounding circumstances which reveal that there were doubts about origin of accounts and monies deposited therein, same principles would not apply—Respondent had not been able to establish that same were neither proceeds of crime nor untainted property—Bail cancelled.