My answers as follows:
1. Can the police arrest us twice for the same FIR?
Since we've got interim reliefs, IF the police can show an arrest on paper and release us on providing the bonds and surety instructed by the High Court, does that mean we can stop fighting the anticipatory bail application in the HC? or that he cannot arrest us again if the anticipatory bail application gets rejected?
Ans: As a retired judge, I can say that you have got interim anticipatory bail only and not full fledged anticipatory bail. If your AB is rejected then you may be arrested by the police if the HC did not continue its interim order till you appeal before the SC.
It does not amounts to second arrest.
2. Could the police remove the criminal sections in the charge sheet since they have been added wrongfully in the first place?
Ans: Yes, it is the wisdom of the IO either to add or remove the sections which were mentioned in the FIR, at the time of filing charge sheet on the basis of availability of evidence during investigation.
Do Not Grant Regular Bail When Interim Anticipatory Bail Is Granted By Higher Courts And Matter Is Pending: SC To Trial Court...
“Once a regular bail is granted by a subordinate Court on the strength of the interim/pre-arrest bail granted by the superior Court, even if the superior Court is to dismiss the plea of anticipatory bail upon fuller consideration of the matter, the regular bail granted by the subordinate Court would continue to hold the field, rendering the ultimate rejection of the pre-arrest bail by the superior Court meaningless,” a Bench comprising Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Navin Sinha explained....