Punjab High Court grants Interim bail to ousted AIG Rajjeet Singh in drug case; Next hearing on October 16

High Court's reprieve: AIG Rajjeet Singh's legal battle takes a new turn

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In a significant development, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has extended a lifeline to the dismissed AIG (Assistant Inspector General) Rajjeet Singh of the Punjab Police. The court has issued interim relief, halting his arrest in connection with a drug-related case.


Just days ago, he had secured relief from the Supreme Court as well. The case is now scheduled for its next hearing on October 16, marking a crucial chapter in this ongoing legal saga.


Understanding Rajjeet Singh's legal troubles


Rajjeet Singh, a former AIG, found himself entangled in a legal battle following his dismissal in March, primarily due to allegations related to a drug case. His troubles escalated as he became a fugitive from the law.


Supreme court's earlier relief


The Supreme Court had previously granted relief to Rajjeet Singh by approving his bail plea. During the bail proceedings, the Supreme Court ordered him to cooperate with investigating officers on a daily basis and make himself available for questioning.


The High court's Interim reprieve


Now, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has stepped in, providing interim respite to the ousted AIG Rajjeet Singh. The court has temporarily blocked his arrest, further complicating the legal landscape surrounding this case.


Next legal chapter on October 16


The case is poised to take a significant turn as the next hearing date has been set for October 16. This date holds considerable importance, as it will likely determine the course of action in the ongoing investigation and legal proceedings.


Meanwhile, the upcoming hearing on October 16 will provide more clarity on the case's future direction.