High court sets unique bail condition, says ' Install LED TV in night shelters'
Newstracklive|July 03, 2020

Gwalior: Tension has increased on the border since 20 Indian soldiers were martyred in the Galwan Valley. Meanwhile, the Gwalior bench of the High Court has put a condition that is unique. In fact, during the hearing in a case, the High Court has given a unique punishment for granting bail to the accused. The High Court has asked the accused to install LED TVs in the night shelters. Also, the High Court also laid down the condition that LED TV should not be made in China. Apart from this, the High Court has ordered the accused to present the photo of TV in the registry branch of Hoikourt.

According to the Gwalior ADM, a case of abusive and murder was registered against Arvind Patel and Kamlesh in the Barauni police station area of Datia district. Both have been in jail since 18 February 2020. The two had filed a bail petition in the High Court after the bail petition was dismissed from the lower court. However, in the same case, there was a hearing through video conferencing today. During the hearing of the case, Justice Sheel Nagu has given the benefit of bail to Kamlesh and Arvind, but they have been ordered to install LED TV of Rs 25,000 in the shelter home. 

The order of the High Court has been welcomed by the ADM. In this case, he said that after this order, the accused will get a chance to do social service. Also, the way tensions between India and China continue, it will increase the feeling of patriotism among the accused. He further said that the High Court has been giving bail to people even on the condition of planting trees and working in the corona virus.

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