Court rejects bail of 5 drug peddlers


JAMMU, DEC 28: Additional Sessions Judge Jammu Tahir Khurshid Raina today rejected the bail applications of alleged five drug peddlers Vishav Dogra, Sumeshwar Singh Jamwal, Amit Sharma, Sahil Zadoo and Vicky Kumar who were alleged book by the police in NDPS case.
Pursuant to these bail applications, a report was submitted by the ASI Police Post Chinore Jammu. As per the police report on 15.11.2019 these five accused persons were sitting in a suspicious situation in one canal who on seeing the police patrolling party , who was on routine checking , tried to run away from the place. However, police caught tham and from their possession 530 capsules SPASMEPYEVON PLUS were recovered along with 3000/- cash amount. On enquiry accused gave their introduction and from their personal search contraband Heroin was also recovered which ranged from half gms to one gms from each of the accused-applicant. Additional Sessions Judge Jammu Tahir Khurshid Raina after hearing APP Suresh Sharma appearing for the state, observed that "....the society by its collective wisdom through process of law can withdraw the liberty that it has sanctioned to an individual when an individual becomes a danger to the collective and to the societal order. Accent on individual liberty can not be pyramided to that extent which would bring chaos and anarchy to a society. A society expects responsibility and accountability from the member, and it devices that the citizens should obey in law, respecting it on a cherished social norm. No individual can make an attempt to create a concavity in the stem of social stream. It is impermissible. Therefore, when an individual behaves in disharmonious manner, ushering in disorderly things which the society disapproves, the legal consequences are bound to follow ..." With thesew observations do not find any merit in these bail applications, which are accordingly rejected. Accused are on interim bail. Their bail bonds are cancelled and they are taken into custody forthwith to be sent to judicial custody.

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