Crl. Bail Appln. No. S-  138 of 2021.


Applicants:          1. Muhammad Nawaz Khan and 2. Imtiaz Ali, through Mr. Habibullah G. Ghouri, Advocate.


Complainant:       Bilal Khan Afridi, through Mr. Muhammad Ashique Dhamraho, Advocate.


Respondent:         The State, through Mr. Aitbar Ali Bullo, Deputy Prosecutor General.


Date of Hearing:   20.09.2021.

Date of Order:      20.09.2021.




Abdul Mobeen Lakho, J: Trough this application, applicants Muhammad Nawaz Khan son of Noor Muhammad alias Noor Khan Shaikh and Imtiaz Ali son of Muhammad Usman Shaikh are seeking their admission to pre-arrest bail in Crime No.22/2021 of Police Station Market, Larkana, registered for offences punishable under Sections 337-A (ii), 337-F (ii), 114, 452 and 147 P.P.C.  Earlier, similar bail plea of the applicants was declined by learned 3rd Additional Sessions Judge, Larkana, vide order dated 01.04.2021.


Learned counsel for the applicants mainly contended that, since all the offence offences do not fall within prohibitory clause of Section 497 Cr.P.C., and since applicants have joined the trial and are regularly attending the trial Court; no purpose would be served if the applicants are refused bail and put behind bars and that the complainant has no objection for confirmation of interim pre-arrest bail to the applicants, therefore, the interim pre-arrest bail of the applicants may be confirmed.


          Learned Advocate for complainant affirms contention of learned counsel for the applicants and extends no objection to confirmation of pre-arrest bail in favor of the applicants.


          On other hand, learned Deputy Prosecutor General appearing for the State does not controvert the submissions made by learned counsel for the applicants and concedes for confirmation of interim bail in view of no objection extended by learned Advocate for complainant.


          Accordingly, in view of no objection extended by the learned Advocate for complainant as well as learned D.P.G. appearing for the State; instant bail application stands allowed.  Consequently, interim pre-arrest bail already granted to applicants vide Order dated 05.04.2021, is hereby confirmed on same terms and conditions.