High Court Madras HC grants conditional bail to Judge CS Karnan

Madras HC grants conditional bail to Judge CS Karnan


Chennai, Mar 23 (ILNS) The Madras High Court today granted conditional bail to former High Court Judge CS Karnan, who was arrested for making derogatory remarks against Judges and women in videos circulated online.

The bail was granted after Justice Karnan moved a second application before the High Court, which had earlier dismissed the first batch of applications for his release last month. Justice V Bharathidasan granted him bail on a personal bond of Rs 50,000 and two sureties.

Justice Karnan also undertook not to make any statement or posts against Judges, the institution, their family, staff, lawyers and others and to desist from making any complaints or publishing any posts on social media.

He was also directed to cooperate with the investigation agency by appearing before it whenever required. ILNS/SNG/RJ


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