A Sessions Court in Mumbai has granted bail to the Delhi-based Advocate Vibhor Anand in connection to a case filed against him for allegedly posting defamatory tweets against State Ministers of Maharashtra and spreading fake theories about the Sushant Singh Rajput case..Additional Sessions Judge DE Kohalikar has directed Anand to furnish a bail bond of Rs. 50,000/- with the police..Anand, through his counsel, AM Saraogi, also undertook to tender an apology on his social media handles within 7 days from the order. .The Court observed,."...in view of the fact that the Ld.advocate for the applicant has fairly conceded that the applicant has posted the posts on social media. It is undisputed that the posts contain defamatory articles. However, in view of the statement made by the Ld.advocate for the applicant that the applicant is repenting for the act which he has allegedly committed and the punishment prescribed for the offence in my view it would be just to exercise discretion in favour of the applicant. Considering the allegations made against the applicant it can be said that most of the investigation qua the applicant appears to have been completed. Therefore, I hold that the applicant is entitled to be released on bail.".Anand submitted to the court that his posts on his Twitter handle were influenced by the news being telecasted on the media channels, more specifically, by the anchor of the Republic Bharat news channel..He also added that the alleged statements made on his social media accounts were mere opinions on the basis of the press statements..Anand was arrested on October 16 for allegedly posting objectionable statements on his Twitter handle against the Chief Minister, Minister of Tourism, Maharashtra. He was also accused of claiming on his Twitter handle that late Disha Salian, manager of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput was murdered..The FIR alleged that Anand had committed offences under Sections 509 (outraging modesty of woman), 504 (promoting enmity between people), 500 (defamation) of Indian Penal Code and Section 67 (transmitting obscene material) under the Information Technology Act.