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New Delhi: A Delhi court recently modified a bail order, reducing the bond amount to be furnished by a Turkish national languishing in jail since 2018 despite getting bail over a year ago.
Ebril Han was arrested by Narcotics Control Bureau in 2018 for allegedly having 1.3 lakh tramadol tablets in his possession and has been in custody since then. He was granted bail in Dec 2023, but could not furnish the bail bond.
While hearing an application moved by Han, the court of special judge (NDPS) Sudhir Kumar Sirohi said on April 26, “Condition of the bail has been modified to the extent that now accused has to furnish a personal bond in the sum of Rs 50,000 with one surety of like amount, the rest of conditions of order dated 14.12.2023 & 26.02.2024 will remain same.”
Initially, in Dec 2023, the bond amount was Rs 1 lakh with two surety bonds of same amounts, which was modified to a bond of Rs 1 lakh with one surety bond of the like amount on Feb 26, 2024.
Han has been charged under various sections of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, for which the minimum punishment is 10 years, extendable up to 20 years. Advocate Rahul Sahani, appearing for the accused, submitted before the court that coming from poor social strata, Han couldn’t furnish the bond.
The prosecution had argued that being a foreigner, the accused could abscond if granted bail. However, the court granted him conditional bail, imposing various conditions, including that the accused would file a certificate of assurance from the Turkiye embassy, won’t leave India, and would appear on every hearing.

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