HC denies Bail in GST ITC evasion case despite Bail to co-accused

In the present case, prosecution case is that the petitioner and his co-accused by creating fake firms, have issued invoices involving tax amount of more than Rupees Seventy Four Crores. The firms were misused for evading GST input taxes by the accused. Fake firms had been created in different States of the country. Although, co-accused Himani Munjal has been granted bail by the Apex Court, but it appears that she has been granted bail on account of the fact that she is a lady and has a young child to lookafter. Her custody period was also taken into consideration. Thus, the case of the petitioner can be said to be on different footing.

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