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Daimary granted bail in all cases

By STAFF Reporter

GUWAHATI, June 18 � NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary was finally granted conditional bail in all the five remaining cases, including four TADA cases, in which he was the prime accused.

While Daimary was granted bail in the Special Operation Unit case number 1/95 by the Court of Sessions Judge, Kamrup earlier today, the TADA Court allowed him to go on bail in connection with the four TADA cases later in the evening.

The bail was granted in the SOU police station case against an amount of Rs 1 lakh with two sureties of the like amount. In the TADA cases, however, the bail amount was fixed at Rs 5 lakh with two sureties of the like amount.

Advocate Manas Sarania and his associates appeared on behalf of the accused, who was arrested in May 2010 on the Indo-Bangla border.

With this, Daimary had already been granted bail in all the 13 cases including the October 30, 2008 serial blasts in which he was the prime accused. The October 30 serial blasts accounted for over 100 lives besides leaving several hundred injured.

The court, before allowing him to go on bail, however, imposed a number of conditions mostly related to his movement.

As per the order, the accused shall not leave the State without prior permission of the court and that he will also submit his passport to the court.

He has also been restricted to make any �speech� in media or associate himself with any kind of illegal activities.

�Tomorrow being a holiday, the release of Daimary can be expected in a couple of days� time after all the formalities are taken care of,� advocate Sarania told this reporter.

The Government, it may be mentioned, had earlier submitted an affidavit before the court stating that it has no objection if the accused is granted bail in view of the peace talks.

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Daimary granted bail in all cases

GUWAHATI, June 18 � NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary was finally granted conditional bail in all the five remaining cases, including four TADA cases, in which he was the prime accused.

While Daimary was granted bail in the Special Operation Unit case number 1/95 by the Court of Sessions Judge, Kamrup earlier today, the TADA Court allowed him to go on bail in connection with the four TADA cases later in the evening.

The bail was granted in the SOU police station case against an amount of Rs 1 lakh with two sureties of the like amount. In the TADA cases, however, the bail amount was fixed at Rs 5 lakh with two sureties of the like amount.

Advocate Manas Sarania and his associates appeared on behalf of the accused, who was arrested in May 2010 on the Indo-Bangla border.

With this, Daimary had already been granted bail in all the 13 cases including the October 30, 2008 serial blasts in which he was the prime accused. The October 30 serial blasts accounted for over 100 lives besides leaving several hundred injured.

The court, before allowing him to go on bail, however, imposed a number of conditions mostly related to his movement.

As per the order, the accused shall not leave the State without prior permission of the court and that he will also submit his passport to the court.

He has also been restricted to make any �speech� in media or associate himself with any kind of illegal activities.

�Tomorrow being a holiday, the release of Daimary can be expected in a couple of days� time after all the formalities are taken care of,� advocate Sarania told this reporter.

The Government, it may be mentioned, had earlier submitted an affidavit before the court stating that it has no objection if the accused is granted bail in view of the peace talks.

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