In the second phase of lockdown to prevent corona infection, 1,447 accused have been granted bail after virtual hearing and disposal of 3087 applications in lower courts across the country. As a result, a total of 29,291 detainees were released on bail through virtual hearings in 54,969 cases in a total of 17 working days. Supreme Court Special Officer Muhammad Saifur Rahman made the announcement on Thursday (May 6th ).
It is learned that in the second phase of prevention of corona infection, bail and urgent criminal applications have been heard in the virtual system without a physical presence in lower courts and tribunals across the country. In a virtual hearing in lower courts and tribunals across the country yesterday (May 5), 3,087 bail applications were disposed of and 1,447 detainees were granted bail.
Earlier, in the second phase, on the first day of the virtual court, there were 1,604 people in the lower courts across the country, 3,240 people on the second day, 2,360 people on the third day, 1,842 people on the fourth day, 1,635 people on the fifth day and 1,576 people on the sixth day, 1,349 people on the seventh day, one thousand 592 people on the eighth day, one thousand 739 people on the ninth day, 1,593 people on the tenth day, 1,395 people on the 11th day, 1,422 people on the 12th day, 1,412 people on the 13th day, On the 14th day 1,721 people were granted bail, on the 15th day 1,714 people and on the 16th day 1,536 people were granted bail.
A total of 29,291 detainees have been released through virtual hearings in 54,969 cases in 17 working days. At that time the number of children on bail was 388.