No Bail To UP Man Accused Of Posting Woman’s Obscene Photos Online

No Bail To UP Man Accused Of Posting Woman’s Obscene Photos Online

No Bail To UP Man Accused Of Posting Woman's Obscene Photos Online

The court docket earlier had summoned the proof collected by the investigating officer. (representational)

Allahabad:

The Allahabad High Court has dismissed the bail software of a person accused of posting obscene images of a lady on social media and threatening her after she discontinued their relationship, calling such against the law “a menace to the society”.

Justice JJ Munir, whereas dismissing the bail software of Manav of Prayagraj, noticed, “There can be some form of a CD whereby the applicant is proven threatening the prosecutrix (girl) with dire penalties. This form of conduct and the offense concerned virtually quantities to an anti-social exercise and a menace to society.”

According to the petitioner, he and the lady had been in a relationship for lengthy and that after she went overseas for training, she discontinued it. He submitted that the current case was a transfer on the a part of the lady and her household to place an finish to the previous relationship.

He submitted that he had by no means threatened her or posted any offensive or intimate images or images of hers on the web or Facebook.

The court docket had earlier had the summoning proof collected by the investigating officer and after going by means of it, noticed, “Prima facie the seems to have drive as a result of supplies within the case diary are there that present that obscene images of the applicant and the prosecutrix collectively have been posted on Facebook.”

“A perusal of your entire materials within the case diary certainly reveals that although the events had been right into a relationship at a sure level of time, the prosecutrix has withdrawn from it. But the applicant has pursued her past the permissible limits of decency and into the He has prima facie ravished her and is using the obscene images that he had posted on Facebook,” the court docket noticed whereas dismissing the bail plea on Thursday.

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