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Even if there is any violation of bail condition, this Court would not have jurisdiction to cancel the bail. Such a violation would have to be brought to the notice of the Court which has granted bail to pass necessary orders thereon.

Section 132 of the CGST Act, 2017— Bail - The petitioner sought for setting aside the order dated 21.09.2019 passed by Additional City Civil and Sessions Judge, Bengaluru. The petitioner alleged that the respondents have indulged themselves in several offences under Section 132 of the Act. The petitioner counsel submitted that the respondents have cheated the State of 100 crores of rupees and there are serious offences which are alleged against them. As such, the trial Court ought not to have granted anticipatory bail to the respondents. The court observed that even if the allegation made against the respondents are serious and true, whether there is any violation by the respondents of the bail conditions imposed. Unless there is violation of the said conditions, it is not permissible to cancel the bail already granted. Even if there is any violation of bail condition, this Court would not have jurisdiction to cancel the bail. Such a violation would have to be brought to the notice of the Court which has granted bail to pass necessary orders thereon. Held that:- The Hon’ble High Court dismissed the petition at the stage of Admission itself.