Accused Granted Bail in Fraudulent Website Scam Case

Accused Granted Bail in Fraudulent Website Scam Case
Accused Granted Bail in Fraudulent Website Scam Case
Accused Granted Bail in Fraudulent Website Scam Case
Accused Granted Bail in Fraudulent Website Scam Case

Accused Granted Bail in Fraudulent Website Scam Case

Accused Granted Bail in Fraudulent Website Scam Case

Accused Granted Bail in Fraudulent Website Scam Case

A court in Kashmir granted bail to one of the accused, Vinoth John Kennedy, from Tamil Nadu, who was arrested by Cyber Police Kashmir in January this year. Kennedy was apprehended in connection with the fraudulent website, Curative Survey Private Limited, accused of scamming and cheating the public by promising substantial returns on investments.

Prosecution and Defense Arguments

The prosecution argued that Kennedy played a crucial role in the “crime syndicate” behind the fraudulent company. They alleged that Kennedy and his associates lured the public into investing in the bogus company, only to disappear after accumulating a significant amount of money, defrauding investors.

In response, Kennedy’s defense counsel contended that there was no legal basis to continue holding Kennedy in custody, especially considering the completion of the investigation and the filing of the charge-sheet.

Court Decision

After hearing both sides, Forest Magistrate Feroz Ahmad Khan granted bail to Kennedy, subject to certain conditions. These conditions include abstaining from influencing witnesses and actively participating in the trial proceedings. The court’s decision allows Kennedy to be released from custody while awaiting trial.

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