High court sentenced unique punishment for granting bail to alcohol smugglers
Newstracklive|July 03, 2020

Indore: Due to the coronavirus, now the courts have started hearing the cases. Recently, a similar case has emerged from the Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court. While hearing in the illegal smuggling case of alcohol on Thursday, the bench told the accused that if they want bail, alcohol-based sanitizer and the high-quality mask will have to be donated to the district administration. Apart from this, the High Court has also ordered the accused to present a bond of 40-40 thousand rupees.

In this case, advocate Akashdeep Shukla of Indore High Court said that on 21 May, two accused named Saroj Rajput and Ramakrishna Nagar were arrested by Dhar police in the case of illegal smuggling of liquor. A petition was filed in the High Court by advocate OP Solanki for the bail of the accused. During the hearing in the same case, Solanki has said that the trend has been introduced after the investigation in the case. Due to the Coronavirus epidemic, the trial is expected to go on for a long time, so the accused should be given bail.

Justice Vivek Rousia of Gwalior bench of Indore High Court has given a unique punishment to the accused. The judges ordered the accused to donate 200-200 masks and sanitizer to the Dhar district administration. Apart from this, he has ordered the accused to have their corona examined before releasing them on bail.

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