In an anticipatory bail usage, Rajesh Chauhan,J. has directed the police to release the applicant on transit bail on executing particular bond ofRs.,000/- with two sureties of the like quantum. The Court has also observed that there’s no fetter on the part of the High Court in granting a transit anticipatory bail to enable the applicants to approach the Courts including High Courts where the offence is contended to have been committed and the case is registered. The Court observed that there’s no legislation or law which defines ‘ transit or anticipatory bail ’ in definitive or specific terms. Further, the 41st Law Commission Report recommended the provision of anticipatory bail to bulwark the right to life and personal liberty of a person under Article 21 of the Constitution of India; and on similar recommendation the provision of anticipatory bail was inserted under Section 438 of the Code of Criminal Procedure Code( CrPC), 1973. It was also observed that the term “ transit ” means the act of being moved from one place to another while the word “ anticipatory bail ” means a temporary release of any indicted person who’s anticipating arrest; therefore, transit anticipatory bail refers to bail granted to any person who’s apprehending arrest by police of a State other than the State he’s presently located in. The Court reiterated that Section 438 CrPC specifies direction for entitlement of bail to a person apprehending arrest and it confers power only upon the High Court and the Court of Sessions to grant anticipatory or transit bail if they suppose fit. still, “ transit anticipatory bail ” is different from “ ordinary bail ”, as ordinary bail is granted after arrest, releasing the accused from custody while anticipatory bail is granted in the expectation of arrest i.e., it precedes detention of the accused and is effective incontinently at the time of the arrest. therefore, when an accused is arrested in accordance with the order of the court and whereas the accused requirements to be tried in some other competent court having jurisdiction in the matter, the indicted is given bail for the transitory period i.e., the time period needed for the accused to reach that competent court from the place he’s arrested in. The Court viewed that transit bail is protection from arrest for a certain definite period as granted by the Court granting such transit bail, and the bare fact that an accused has been granted transit bail, doesn’t mean that the regular court, under whose jurisdiction the case would fall, would extend such transit bail and would convert such transit bail into anticipatory bail, and upon the entitlement of transit bail, the accused, who has been granted such transit bail, must apply for anticipatory bail before the regular court. Further, the regular court would consider such anticipatory bail, on its own merits and shall decide such anticipatory bail operation. thus, it could be easily said that transit bail is temporary. The Court took note of the opinions in Teesta Atul Setalvadv. State of Maharashtra, 2014 and Nikita Jacobv. State of Maharashtrawherein it was held that the “ High Court of one State can grant transit bail in respect of a case registered within the jurisdiction of another High Court in exercise of power under Section 438 CrPC “, The Court observed that there’s no fetter on the part of the High Court in granting a transit anticipatory bail to enable the applicants to approach the Courts including High Courts where the offence is contended to have been committed and the case is registered. Further, there’s no mistrustfulness that the right to liberty is enshrined in Part- III of the Constitution of India and such rights can not be rammed except by following procedure established by law. therefore, in the present case the applicants should get the concession of transitpre-arrest bail in the light of the order passed in the case of Nikita Jacob( supra). Further, this protection was granted for a period of six weeks from the date of the order to enable the applicant to approach the competent Court seeking apt relief.