HC allows Daya Nayak associate to go to London
Mumbai, Dec 4 (UNI) The Bombay High Court today allowed Palaniappan Manivelan, the co-accused in encounter specialist Daya Nayak's disproportionate assets case, to visit London (UK) after December 18.
Justice S C Dharmadhikari, however, directed him to return before January 4, 2007.
The court has ordered that he should furnish his contact details, the manner of travel and the addresses of the places he will be residing at or visiting. Also, his passport, which is deposited with the investigating officers (IO), will be given to him only after furnishing the said details.
The court further held that he has to re-deposit the passport with the IO once he returns to India.
Manivelan, a businessman and director of Kuber Housing, Investment and Real Estate was arrested by the anti-corruption bureau (ACB) on January 22 under the Prevention of Corruption Act.
He was granted bail on March 23 as the Mumbai police failed to file a chargesheet against him in the stipulated time.
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