A person who drove a four-wheeler drunk and injured three pedestrians, ought to distribute pamphlets in opposition to drunk-driving for 2 weeks at a busy metropolis junction until he realises the hazard concerned in such acts, the Madras High Court has dominated.
Justice A D Jagadish Chandra gave a course to this impact whereas granting bail to a youth, who was arrested for inflicting accidents to a few pedestrians whereas driving in an inebriated situation.
He shall be launched on bail on his executing a bond for Rs 25,000 with two sureties for a like sum to the satisfaction of the IV Metropolitan Magistrate in Saidapet, the decide mentioned.
The prosecution, which opposed grant of bail contended that the petitioner, who was arrested and remanded in judicial custody on August 23, had pushed his automobile in a rash and negligent method and hit three pedestrians inflicting them accidents. He had additionally fled the scene.
However, contemplating the info and circumstances of the case together with the one which he had a household to maintain and the three injured individuals had recovered and had been discharged from hospital, the decide granted him conditional bail.
The petitioner ought to report earlier than the Adyar police station for 2 weeks day-after-day and distribute pamphlets from 9-10 am and from 5-7 pm, and thereafter, report earlier than the police as and when required, the courtroom mentioned.
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