The Delhi High Court while granting interim bail to a man has directed him to share his Google location with the police every alternate day so that the Investigating Officer (IO) remains informed about his whereabouts (Chander Prakash @Pappu v State)..The condition was imposed by the bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Amit Bansal on one Chander Prakash alias Pappu. The Court directed him to provide his phone number to the IO and to not switch-off or change his phone number without informing the officer..“The appellant shall telephonically call the IO concerned every alternate day at 11:00 a.m. to mark his presence. On each such occasion, the appellant shall drop a Google pin from his mobile phone to the IO concerned so as to inform the IO about the current location of the appellant,” read the court order..The Bench also perused through the status report filed by the State. The report showed that the man was alleged to be involved in five other cases though he was acquitted in all of them. The Court was also informed that he was declared a proclaimed offender in the present case in August 2011.The Court, therefore, also asked the man to not leave Delhi or to indulge in any criminal activity. He was also ordered not to come in contact with any of the prosecution witness or any family members of the victim or tamper with evidence.“The appellant shall provide two local sureties of ₹25,000 each before the Trial Court. During this interim bail period, the sentence of the appellant shall remain suspended,” the Court further ordered..While advocate Siddharth Yadav appeared for the applicant, the state was represented by advocate Ashish Dutta.