of Bombay at Goa on Wednesday granted transit anticipatory bail to 29-year-old Subham Kar
in the alleged toolkit case. The high court stated that in the event of his arrest, in connection with the FIR dated February 4, 2021 registered by Delhi police’s cyber crime cell, he will be released on bail on furnishing a bond of Rs 50,000.
“The protection is granted for a period of 10 days (from March 3 to March12),” the court said. Chaudhuri stated that he has been a resident of Goa since August 2020, working towards the accreditation of khazan lands as a
agricultural heritage site, and apprehended being falsely implicated in the case. He stated that on February 28, a person known to him was contacted by an officer of Delhi police, who was trying to trace him.