Patna DSP hauled up on Hasan Ali case

Hasan Ali Khan
Patna, Jun 10: A local court today (June 10) asked the Investigation Officer-cum-Deputy Superintendent of Police (Law and order) to explain as to why he failed to submit the case diary to the court in alleged money launderer Hasan Ali Khan's fake passport case.

District Judge (Patna) V N Mishra, while taking up the anticipatory bail application of Hasan Ali, said DSP Lalit Mohan Sharma had failed to produce case diary despite several reminders and asked him to file his explanation by June 20.

Earlier Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Surendra Pratap Singh had on April 30 issued production warrant directing Superintendent of Arthur road jail, Mumbai, to ensure appearance of Hassan Ali Khan before the court.

He was lodged there in connection with money laundering case and also facing the charge of suppressing facts to procure passport from the office located in Patna.

The CJM had issued fresh production warrant on request of Patna police which failed to produce Hassan Ali before the court on April 30 on the basis of earlier production warrant issued in this connection.

The court had fixed this day as the date for appearance of Hassan Ali, but Patna police failed to comply with the production warrant citing some technical reason and requested the CJM to issue fresh production warrant in this regard.


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