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JammuCourt rejects bail to Hawala accused in Doda

Court rejects bail to Hawala accused in Doda


NL Correspondent

Doda, February 5: The Court of Additional Sessions Judge Doda has rejected the bail
application of an accused in the Hawala case on Saturday.
On December 29 (last year), Mohammad Abdullah son of Ghulam Ahmed
Banday of village Bharath, district Doda, involved in Hawala case had
applied for grant of statutory and default bail under section 43-D of
Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act in the Court of Additional
Session, Judge, Doda.
The Court observed that the accused is involved in heinous offence
and was distributing Hawala money to the families of slain militants
to revive the militancy, police said.
Moreover, the challan of case is yet to be filed and the grant of
sanction is pre-requisite for prosecution in the competent court of
law.  Granting bail at this stage will also create a bad impact to the
society and as such the bail application of accused is rejected, said
the Court.

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