Ravikumar mhc advt: Agree with the views of Hon’ble Justice Mr T.Sudanthiram. Statutory/ default Bail under 167 (2) C r P C may not be denied to accused person at this stage

[5/13, 20:18] Ravikumar Nn: Agree with the views of Hon’ble Justice Mr T.Sudanthiram.
Statutory/ default Bail under 167 (2) C r P C may not be denied to accused person at this stage. The accused person shall be released on bail on the expiry of 90 or 60 days of judicial custody as the case may be, for not completing the investigation and failure of filing of final report under section 173(2) Cr PC by the Investigating Officer. As per Chapter XII of Cr P C, the IO has no other option except to abide by Sections 167 and 173 Cr P C while the said accused was in Jail for 60 or 90 days. Above all, Authoritative Pronouncement of Division Bench/ Supreme Court will answer this issue in future.
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[5/13, 20:18] Ravikumar Nn: Agree with the views of Hon’ble Justice Mr T.Sudanthiram.
Statutory/ default Bail under 167 (2) C r P C may not be denied to accused person at this stage. The accused person shall be released on bail on the expiry of 90 or 60 days of judicial custody as the case may be, for not completing the investigation and failure of filing of final report under section 173(2) Cr PC by the Investigating Officer. As per Chapter XII of Cr P C, the IO has no other option except to abide by Sections 167 and 173 Cr P C while the said accused was in Jail for 60 or 90 days. Above all, Authoritative Pronouncement of Division Bench/ Supreme Court will answer this issue in future.
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