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looking into the serious allegations against the petitioner, prayer for granting anticipatory bail is dismissed

Bail Application — Section 120-B of IPC and Section 7 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988— Anticipatory Bail Application--The petitioner prayed for anticipatory bail in FIR No.RC0052020A013 dated 13.8.2020 registered under Section 120-B IPC and Section 7 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 (amended in 2018) at Police Station, CBI ACB, Chandigarh. The petitioner submitted that conducted a raid in the premises of complainant and the complainant was found evading 6% tax of GST, therefore, he was directed to pay the tax and in that process, the complainant has falsely trapped the petitioner and the other accused. The respondent submitted that the petitioner is involved in this case only on the basis of certain inferences that the complainant kept a polythene bag in the car on 6.8.2020 and there was some conversation between the petitioner and the complainant on 10.8.2020 when he visited to the office.
Held that:- The Hon’ble High Court dismissed the petition on the basis of serious allegations against the petitioner, which suggest his active involvement in the case, custodial investigation of the petitioner is required.—Gurvinder Singh Sohal Vs. Central Bureau of Investigation [2020] 28 TAXLOK.COM 048 (P&H)