The Allahabad High Court today noted that declared convicts regarding the Section 82 of the CRPC 1973 are not entitled to the grant of anticipatory bail.
Single judge Bench of Allahabad high court Suresh Kumar Gupta noted that as it rejected the bail anticipatory in case of Archana Gupta, who got punished in the property case for forging and for making the fake deed
From the prosecution side they said that the case is pending from long in the year of 2018 the charge sheet has already been submitted against Archana Gupta. Next after the charge sheet the applicant willingly somehow escaped from the trial in the court and didn’t attend the proceedings constantly 82 CRPC charged her in 2022 in the month of February at present she has been declared as absconder.
Prosecution side it was said that Archana Gupta came up to this high court after a very long time for requesting the anticipatory bail even after the rejection of the bail rejection from the lower court.
Prosecution submitted that the non cooperation of the trial is presently pending in the trial court and much proof is there on Archana Gupta the prosecution mentioned the apex court’s verdict in the plea of Prem Shankar Prasad vs. State Of Bihar LL 2021 SC 579.
Considering the above arguments of the prosecution and above mentioned cases from the prosecution side the Allahabad High Court today delivered that declared and regular accused are not entitled for the anticipatory bail.