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In view of the above and after taking into consideration the conduct of the applicant, gravity of offence and the serious allegation against the applicant, this Court is of the considered view that the applicant does not deserve to be protected by prearrest bail.

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Bail Application — On receiving summons under section 132 of CGST Act, 2017 from the Intelligence Officer, Directorate General of GST Intelligence (DGGI), Zonal Unit, Pune, the petitioner moved pre-arrest bail application. After rejection the same by the Court below, Applicant approached the High Court. The prosecution opposed the same saying that the petitioner is the owner/proprietor of the firm namely M/s Shree Rajendra Impex and other firms and by submitting various documents, availed wrongful input Tax from the Government, thereby committed cheating and ultimately has caused loss to the tune of approximately Rs. 77.00 Crores to the Government Exchequer. It is the allegation against the applicant that, he has committed an offence under Section 132(1)(b) and (c) of CGST Act. After taking into consideration the conduct of the applicant, gravity of offence and the serious allegation against the applicant, ;the application rejected. — Meghraj Moolchand Burad Vs. Directorate General of GST (Intelligence), Pune, The State of Maharashtra [2018] 7 TAXLOK.COM 087 (Bombay)