Recently the Telangana High court had given liberty to a particular accused person in order to begin proceedings against some police officials if the process for arrest as per S.41A of the CrPC is violated. The Court had also given a reminder that the police are strictly duty-bound to ensure the following of the guidelines that have been laid down by the Supreme Court as per the ‘Arnesh Kumar’ cause for arrest.
A single-judge bench comprising of Justice Lalita was responsible for paying heed to the anticipatory bail application that had been filed by the head of particular education and job consultancy firm located in Secunderabad, majorly accused of cheating according to S.420 IPC.
The court was of the observation that it was the indispensable right of any accused person to bail, which is indeed guaranteed by the constitution, which is not sufficient in itself in case the bail orders are not able to be furnished timely. Accordingly, the Telangana High Court has also dispensed the same with the requirement of certain certified copies of the bail orders and also proclaimed that e-copies online will be accepted from the 22nd of November.