MUZAFFARNAGAR: A court here today recalled the non-bailable warrants issued in a case against BJP MLA Sangeet Som, after he appeared before it.
Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Madhu Gupta withdrew the warrants issued against Som for allegedly violating prohibitory orders and blocking a road, after the BJP MLA furnished bonds of Rs 40,000 in the court.
The magistrate directed Som to appear in court on the next date of hearing.
The court had issued the warrants against Som on July 31 after he failed to appear before it. It had earlier rejected the BJP MLA's plea for exemption from personal appearance.
Meanwhile, talking to reporters, Som said he had not changed his stand on Taj Mahal.
The BJP MLA from Sardhana had last month said the Taj Mahal was built by an emperor who had imprisoned his own father and targeted many Hindus in his kingdom.