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NIA court denies bail in fake currency notes case

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Feb 11: Special Judge NIA court today rejected the bail application of Fayaz Ahmed Rather, son of Abdul Rehman Rather of Anantnag, who was allegedly involved in fake currency notes case.
According to the NIA case, on January 11, 2011, Janipur Police during a naka at High Court Morh chased four persons who were moving in suspicious condition and conducted thorough body search.
The suspects tried to throw away some currency notes and during the preliminary on spot verification it was discovered that the notes were actually high quality fake Indian currency notes.
After hearing both the sides, Special Judge NIA Court observed, “grant of bail is a rule and its rejection is an exception but while granting bail court has to be satisfied that in a given case its grant is necessary in the interest of justice”.
“While considering the question of grant or refusal of bail the courts generally take into consideration the nature of the charge or nature of the accusation or nature of evidence in support of the accusations or severity of punishment to which the accused may be subjected or the danger of the accused to abuse the concession of bail by way of absconding or tampering with the evidence”, Special Judge NIA Court said.
“The perusal of the record reveals that mother of the accused is under treatment for chronic disease at Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Saura since 2014. There is nothing on record which could prove the grounds projected for bail”, the court said, adding “the petitioner has failed to bring out a case for granting the concession of bail”.
Accordingly, the court rejected the bail application.


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