Thrissur | 29 Mar, 2022 (10 months, 1 week ago)

Criminal Law


Sir, My cousin is a central govt employee(statistical investigator). He was assaulted by a person for the reason of visiting houses for data collection purpose in day time, when most of the male members are away for work. My cousin was admitted to hospital and hospitalised. Police shared his residence address, mobile number etc to the opposite party and the opposite party is calling/visiting his house for compromise. SI of the police station told his office in charge that as per their enquiry in the area, my cousin was not wearing id card and this is the reason for beating my cousin. However, SI is not true. Also, the culprit was bailed by the police. Kindly reply whether police can give bail in a non bailable offense like attacking a public servant in work?
29 Mar, 2022 | 23:17

Section 353 IPC is applicable
S. 353 IPC is cognizable, bailable and non-compoundable offence.
Since offence is bailable, bail can be given by police.


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