Supreme Court rejects M'adany's bail plea in 2008 Bangalore blasts case
The Supreme Court of India dismissed the bail application of Abdul Nasser M'adany, who has been accused for conspiracy in the Bangalore blasts case of 2008. M'adany is the chairman of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Read more about the news in the article.
The Supreme Court of India dismissed the bail application of Abdul Nasser M'adany, the chairman of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), who has been accused in the Bangalore blast case of 2008. The court also denied M'adany's plea for medical treatment in Kerala. The court bench headed by Justice P Sadasivam said that they were not inclined to enlarge M'adany on bail.
The court rejected M'adany's plea to be sent to the Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Shala in Kerala for ayurvedic treatment directing the Karnataka government to provide him all the medical treatment required. Eventhough Sushil Kumar, the advocate of M'adany, said that the certain Ayurvedic treatment is not available in Karnataka, the court did not consider his claim. It left the decision to doctors. But the advocate of Karnataka government told the court that the Ayurvedic treatment same to that of Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Shala is available at Bangalore. Then the court directed the state government to take care of treating M'adany there.
Abdul Nasser M'adany was arrested by the Karnataka police from his camp at Anawarssery in Kollam district on August 17, 2010, accused of being part of the conspiracy for the Bangalore serial bomb blasts. Since then, he has been imprisoned in Bangalore Jail. M'adany had a similar undertrial imprisonment in Coimbatore jail from 1998 to 2007 in connection with the Coimbatore serial bomb blast case of 1998.
On Monday, Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy wrote a letter to Karnataka Chief Minister DV Sadananda Gowda asking to take steps for proper medical treatment for M'adany after getting a memo from the state leaders of PDP. The Opposition leader VS Achuthanandan had also written a letter to him regarding the issue.