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Interim bail for one accused in drugs scam
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JAMMU, July 11 (JNF): In ‘Spurious Drug Scam’, Court today granted interim bail to one of the accused Mukesh Aggarwal and issued fresh non-bailable warrants against six other alleged accused.

Special Judge Anticorruption Jammu Puneet Gupta granted interim bail to Mukesh Agagrwal Proprietor Suraj Enterprises who surrendered before the court and was sent to police custody.

Court also issued fresh non-bailable warrants against Prem Prakash Barnwal, Manjula Barnwal Directors of Sanative Pharmaceuticals, Manoj Kumar Aggarwal, Rahul Kumar Singh, Zubair Ahmed and Neeraj Aggarwal, with the direction that every effort shall be made by the concerned agency to execute the warrants by the next date fixed in the case.

Today the accused allegedly involved in ‘Spurious Drug Scam’ Ashok Kumar Raina, Amardeep Raina, Akhil Kumar Gidoo, Dr A K Sharma, Dr S C Khajuria, Dr Anice Choudhary (Retired GMC Principal) and Sunil Gupta were present in the court. The non-bailable warrants against six accused have been received back without being executed.

CPO Kulbushan Sharma prayed that fresh non-bailable warrants be issued against absentee accused. The prayer was accepted and court directed that non-bailable warrants be issued against the absentee accused. Court also directed that every effort shall be made by the concerned agency to execute the warrants by the next date fixed in the case.

Special Judge Anticorruption Jammu Puneet Gupta granted interim-bail to Mukesh Aggarwal subjected to furnishing of bail and personal bond to the tune of Rs 50,000 each. The deposit cash security to the tune of Rs 20,000 with the direction that accused shall appeared before the Crime Branch from 10 AM to 5 PM daily for a period of one week and thereafter if required.

Advocates Himanshu Beotra and Himanshu Mahajan for Mukesh Aggarwal and CPO Kulbushan Sharma with Investigating Officer Wahid Giri were also present in the court.


News Updated at : Friday, July 12, 2013
 
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