SALIM Vs. STATE OF MAHARASHTRA
HIGH COURT OF BOMBAY
STATE OF MAHARASHTRA
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(1.) I have heard learned counsel for the applicant for some time. This is not an urgent matter requires hearing amid the outbreak of
COVID 19, particularly during extended period of the lock down.
(2.) Though the matters at Sr. Nos. 1 to 16 on today's board and the matters at Sr. No. 40 to 51 (tendered in the Court today) have
been filed seeking anticipatory bail, some of the matters are before
notice (fresh matters) and some of the matters are after notice. It is
not possible for the learned Public Prosecutor/Additional Public
Prosecutor to make appropriate submissions for want of papers or
otherwise in those applications, wherein notice has been given,
though the record is received in some of the matters, considering
bulky record it is not possible for the learned Public
Prosecutor/Additional Public Prosecutor to make appropriate
submission in each of such matter in a time frame manner. It is
necessary to mention here that sitting of this Court is only for two
hours i.e. between 12.00 noon to 2.00 p.m.
(3.) Otherwise also, there is no adequate staff available in this Court today. Thus with the help of Sheristedar, a hand written board
of today's matters has been prepared. Even though the matters are
decided to be taken up for hearing by video conferencing,
unfortunately, the system failed and as such, the video conferencing
is not possible today. I am thus required to come on the Dias. Out of
all 39 matters which are on today's hand written board, the matters
at Sr. Nos. 1 to 16 on today's board and the matters at Sr. No. 40 to
51 (tendered in the Court today) are anticipatory bail applications.;
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