the offences punishable under sections 427 and 279, P.P.C. are bailable. The offence under section 322, P.P.C. is non-bailable. Under that provision of law, if anybody commits Qatl-bis-Sabab then he is liable for punishment to Diyat. Qatl-bis-Sabab has been defined under section 321, P.P.C.
The main ingredient of section 321, P.P.C. is that if the act is unlawful then the offence of Qatl-bis-Sabab would be committed.
If the person has attained the age of 50 years then his licence is to be renewed every year after furnishing a certificate in Form as set forth in the First Schedule of the Ordinance
Under section 11 of the Ordinance, 1965, a holder of a licence of motorcar or motorcycle, the driving licence is effective without its renewal for a period of three years in the case other than a paid employee and in any other case the said period is twelve months from the date of issue of last renewal.
It is not the function of the Court to challenge and examine the wisdom of Parliament
If the person is holding a valid licence and due to accident the offence is committed then he is required to be released on bail but if a person who is driving a vehicle without a licence or an effective licence then he will be driving the vehicle unlawfully.
In order to curb the offence of accident by a person who is not holding licence or an effective licence, the owner or person incharge of the vehicle should be charged along with driver of the vehicle so as to fulfil the requirement of law
the sentence provided under section 322, P.P.C. is Diyat but the offence is non-bailable, therefore, the applicant cannot claim bail in such offence as a matter of right
bail should not be withheld as punishment