BENGALURU: Among many factors, the HIV+ status of a petitioner is also a fact to be considered while deciding as to whether he/she is entitled to be released on bail or not. The high court has made this observation while granting bail to a woman, who was HIV+ and accused in a dowry death case. The Bengaluru woman had moved the high court after the sessions court rejected her bail petition on December 31, 2018, despite recording that she was HIV+.he case against the petitioner was that she had burnt a portion of the saree used by her daughter-in-law while committing suicide. Allowing the bail petition, Justice Sunil Dutt Yadav has said that the allegations against the petitioner has to be proved in the trial. The judge has also directed her to execute a personal bond for Rs 1 lakh with a surety for the same amount. She has been told not to tamper with evidence or influence witnesses. The petitioner was arrested on September 25, 2018, the day when her daughter-in-law allegedly committed suicide. The family members of the daughter-in-law lodged a police complaint after the doctors informed them that the death had taken place due to strangulation and pressing of the neck. The marriage of the petitioner’s son had taken place on February 19, 2017. It is said that at the time of marriage, there was demand for cash and gold ornaments and the same was met by the daughter-in-law’s family.