—(1) If an accused is found to be of unsound mind and incapable of making his defence, and if the offence charged is bailable, the court may release him on sufficient security being given that —
he will be properly taken care of;
he will be prevented from injuring himself or any other person;
he will appear in court when required or before such officer as the court appoints for that purpose; and
any other conditions that the court may determine will be met.
(2) If the offence charged is not bailable or if sufficient security is not given, the court shall report the case to the Minister who may, in his discretion, order the accused to be confined in a psychiatric institution, or any other suitable place of safe custody and the court shall give effect to that order.
(3) Pending the order of the Minister under subsection (2), the accused may be remanded for detention in a psychiatric institution, prison or other suitable place of safe custody.