Madhya Pradesh High Court order, accused accused of molestation to get bail by Rakhi tied, to pay Rs 11,000

Explain that the accused Vikram Bagri was granted bail on a personal bond of Rs 50,000 with an order passed with one time bail. In addition, the court has directed her to pay Rs 11,000 to the woman as part of a customary offer on Raksha Bandhan.

3th August, 2020

Madhya Pradesh High Court gave a bizarre decision on the occasion of Rakshabandhan festival. In fact, the Indore bench of the High Court, while hearing the case of molestation, decided to grant bail to the molestation accused on the condition that the accused person will have to get a rakhi tied to the complainant. The bench said that the accused will have to tie a thread on their wrist by the complainant. Also, the accused will promise to protect the complainant at all times. Along with this, an amount of 11,000 will also be paid by the accused to the complainant. The court ordered the lawyer of the accused that during the bail of the accused from the court, the picture of the entire process and the receipt of payment of money will have to be presented in the court.

Explain that the accused Vikram Bagri was granted bail on a personal bond of Rs 50,000 with an order passed with one time bail. In addition, the court has directed her to pay Rs 11,000 to the woman as part of a customary offer on Raksha Bandhan. Reading the order, a single bench of Justice Rohit Arya said, "The applicant along with his wife will bring a box of sweets with a thread / band of rakhi to the complainant's house at 11 am on August 3 and request the complainant to tie a rakhi.

Will promise to protect him to the best of his ability for the time to come. “He will give a sum of Rs 11,000 to the complainant as a customary ritual usually performed by the brothers to the sisters on such an occasion and also seek his blessings. The applicant will also have to pay Rs 5,000 to the son of the complainant to buy clothes and sweets.

A case under various sections of IPC was registered against Bagri at Bhatpachalana police station on April 20 for the incident. According to Hindustan Times, the woman, who hails from Ujjain district, lodged a complaint against her neighbor on April 20 that she had forcefully entered her house.

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Puja kumari