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Dawood’s aide Tariq Parveen receives bail

THE ASIAN AGE. | SHAHAB ANSARI
Published : May 9, 2018, 2:22 am IST
Updated : May 9, 2018, 2:22 am IST

The court has granted him provisional cash bail of Rs one lakh and he has been directed to furnish surety of same amount within four weeks.

After hearling all the arguments sessions court judge P.R. Kadam granted bail to Parveen on personal bond of Rs one lakh. (Photo: File | PTI)
 After hearling all the arguments sessions court judge P.R. Kadam granted bail to Parveen on personal bond of Rs one lakh. (Photo: File | PTI)

Mumbai: A Sessions court in Thane district on Tuesday granted bail to fugitive don Dawood Ibrahim’s alleged aide, Tariq Parveen, in a 1998 murder case of a cable operator in Mumbra. The court has granted him provisional cash bail of Rs one lakh and he has been directed to furnish surety of same amount within four weeks.

 Advocate B.B. Tiwari on behalf of Parveen had argued that his client has been arrested in the case registered in 1998 and he was behind bars in another case from 2004 to 2007. It was argued that Parveen has filed an appeal in that case and during hearing of appeal he had also filed bail plea in the high court. During hearing of the bail plea an assistant commissioner of police had filed an affidavit before the high court in which details of cases were given which are registered against Parveen and there is no mention of this murder case.

Advocate Tiwari contended that there is a Supreme Court ruling in the case of Udaychand v/s Shaikh Abdullah that when a person is in custody it is bounded duty and it is incumbent upon that state authorities must apprise the court of all the pending matters which are prior to the date of incident for which accuse was arrested. “They had not mentioned about this case so it was an illegal arrest,” said Mr Tiwari.

After hearling all the arguments sessions court judge P.R. Kadam granted bail to Parveen on personal bond of Rs one lakh.

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