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Republic v Murali (36 of 2007)  SCSC 116 (22 March 2009);
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF SEYCHELLES
VALLIPURAM MURALI (Accused)
Criminal Side No. 36 of 2007
Mr. Camille for the Republic
Mr. Bonte, Mr. Hoareau and Mrs. Amesbury for the Accused
The accused is admitted to bail on the following conditions:
The accused should not leave the jurisdiction of Seychelles without an order of this Court.
The accused should not interfere with the witnesses or the course of justice in this case in any way or get involved in any criminal activity.
The police should transfer his passport or any travel documents in their possession to the Registrar of the Supreme Court before the release order is signed.
The accused should report to the nearest police station being the Glacis Police Station everyday at 9am without fail.
The accused should deposit a cash bail of Rs. 10, 000/-. He should also provide two sureties who are citizens of Seychelles to be approved by the Court. Each will sign a bond of Sr. 200, 000/- (not cash).
If any of these conditions is breached this order for bail will be revoked and the accused will be remanded in custody unless a plausible explanation is offered.
The Registrar is to convey this order to the Director of Immigration and the Commissioner of Police.
I so order.
Dated this 23rd day of March, 2009.