Delhi’s Session court recently granted bail to an accused- Narender Yudhvir, who allegedly belongs to the gang of notorious Gangster Neeraj Bawania.
He was earlier booked in offences including murder, attempt to murder, extortion and jailed in March, 2020 although charges were not framed against him back then.
Advocate Ravi Drall who appeared for the accused Narender Yudhvir, facing trial under the stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA), argued in his bail plea that the accused has been falsely implicated in the present case and there is no substantial evidence against him to prove that he was a gang member of the syndicate. Further, he was in custody since last year and due to the pandemic, there is no one to look after his sickening mother, covid positive wife, and minor daughter.
Advocate Ravi Drall further argued that mere absconding of accused or pendency of cases doesn’t raise a presumption of accusation.
The plea, however, was opposed by prosecutor Dharam Chand, who, appearing for the Delhi Police, said that the accused was involved in many cases other than MCOCA and there is apprehension that he may flee from the process of law.
Considering all the facts and circumstances, the accused was granted interim bail on his furnishing a personal bond in the sum of Rs. 50,000/- with two sureties and on the condition that he will mark his presence daily before the local police station.