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Ma’dani’s anticipatory bail petition postponed to July 7

By TwoCircles.net Staff Correspondent,

Bengaluru: The Bengaluru fast track sessions court today postponed considering the anticipatory bail petition of Abdunnasir Madani to July 7. The decision was taken as the prosecution requested time to provide documents refuting the claims of Ma’dani’s lawyer.

The anticipatory bail petition submitted on behalf of Ma’dani on June 16 was postponed to today when it was considered on June 22. Adv P Usman, the lawyer of Ma’dani, refuted the charges against his client in the chargesheet as soon as the case was considered today. He refuted the charge that Ma’dani had attended the camp organized by the prime accused Thadiyantavide Naseer in Kudak. He reportedly said that Ma’dani was in the protection of the Kerala police since his release from the Coimbatore prison and that documents regarding his travel details would be with the state DGP. He asked the court to have a look of those documents. The court then asked him if he could present those documents for which he requested time till Saturday. He had requested for the documents via the Right to Information Act. Then the prosecution asked for time till July 7 to present the documents to refute the arguments of Ma’dani’s lawyer. The judge then postponed considering the petition to July 7.

The non-bailable warrant re-issued against Ma’dani by the Bengaluru First Additional Chief Magistrate Court ends on July 6. Ma’dani is the 31st accused in the Bengaluru bomb blast case. The police had reportedly said that the main accusations against Ma’dani were provided by the prime accused Thadiyanatavide Naseer. But Naseer had last day refuted the version while he was being taken back to jail from the NIA court in Kochi. He had told the media persons that he had not given any testimony against Ma’dani and that the media should investigate what was happening in the matter.

However, the Bengaluru police are reported to have stated that Naseer’s statements would have no bearing on the case. The police also reportedly said that Naseer was trying to create confusion among the people regarding the case by changing his words.