The Sessions Court at Sindhudurg in Maharashtr on Wednesday granted bail to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) from Maharashtra Nitesh Rane in an attempt to murder case against him..The Principal Sessions Judge SV Hande directed that Rane be released on bail upon furnishing bail bond of ₹30,000 with one solvent surety in the like amount. Some of the conditions imposed on Rane are as follows: Not to contact the victim or witness by any means and not tamper with evidence till conclusion of trial;Attend concerned police station every Monday till filing of chargesheet or whenever the Investigation Order intimates;Furnish updated address and mobile numbers of two of his close relatives excluding family members; andFurnish permanent and temporary address with documentary proof and inform the Court about change in address.The bail bond has to be executed with the Judicial Magistrate at Kankavali..Rane, who is the son of Union Minister Narayan Rane is accused of being the main conspirator behind the attempt on the life of a Shiv Sena member in an incident which allegedly took place on December 18, 2021.Rane had approached the High Court earlier with an anticipatory bail application, after the same relief had been rejected by the Sindhudurg court.The High Court had refused him anticipatory bail on January 17. While doing so, it had extended the assurance given by the Maharashtra government that no coercive action would be taken against Rane till January 27, 2022. Aggrieved by this order, Rane approached the Supreme Court in appeal.The Supreme Court granted him protection from arrest for 10 days with a direction to surrender before the concerned court and apply for regular bail. Accordingly, Rane approached the Sindhudurg Sessions Court for bail, which was rejected on Tuesday.He then moved the High Court with a bail application, however Rane withdrew the same after stating that he would surrender for investigation before the Kankavali Police Station..After Rane surrendered before the Sessions Court on February 3, he was remanded to 3-day police custody after which he was remanded to 14-day judicial custody.Post this, Rane filed for bail, which was eventually allowed by the Court today.