Non-bailable warrant against Congress leader Azharuddin

published on March 2, 2012

New Delhi A Delhi court today issued a fresh non-bailable warrant (NBW) against cricketer-turned Congress MP Mohd Azharuddin after he failed to appear before it in connection with a cheque bounce case.

Metropolitan magistrate Vikrant Vaid issued the warrant against the former captain of the Indian cricket team for March 7 after he failed to appear before it in pursuance of the earlier NBW issued against him on February 18.

The court issued the NBW, dismissing an application for exemption from personal appearance to Azharuddin. The application was filed by Azharuddin’s counsel, who said his client was busy with election campaigning in the ongoing Uttar Pradesh assembly polls.

On the earlier date of hearing, the magisterial court had issued a NBW against Azharuddin for March 1, after he repeatedly failed to appear before it and also rejected his plea for exemption.

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