Criminal leaders with serious charges will continue to get bail? Know what the SC said
Criminal leaders with serious charges will continue to get bail? Know what the SC said

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has categorically refused to hear a plea seeking directions to deny bail to criminal leaders with serious charges and cancel the bail granted to leaders like them. During the hearing of the petition, Chief Justice of India (CJI) UU Lalit told the petitioner that his demand is not possible.

In fact, it was said in the petition that all the leaders accused of serious crimes should not be given bail and those who have got bail, their bail should be cancelled. On this, the CJI told the petitioner that you withdraw your petition, otherwise we will dismiss it. On this, the petitioner withdrew his petition. On this basis, the apex court also returned the petition. In fact, politicians facing charges in heinous criminal cases were approached by the Supreme Court seeking bail from any court and cancellation of bail of those who have been granted bail.  

In this petition filed in the Supreme Court, it was said that there are many politicians who are accused of serious crimes, either the case against them has not been started or the cases have not been closed even after a lapse of more than 5 years. They should not be granted bail and those who have been granted bail earlier, should be quashed, but the court refused to hear this petition. That is, even further criminal leaders will continue to get bail according to the rules. 

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