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The Allahabad High Court recently rejected an anticipatory bail application filed by a person accused of counterfeiting currency notes, noting that such a crime can disrupt the economy of the country.
The applicant was charged with offences of counterfeiting mentioned under Sections 489-A, 489-B, 489-C, and 489-D of the Indian Penal Code.
While observing that no case for grant of anticipatory bail was made out, the Bench of Justice Rajeev Misra remarked,
Noting that the lawyer appearing for the State of Uttar Pradesh had vehemently opposed the application for anticipatory bail, the Court thus dismissed the same.
[Read the Order]