Hasan Ali applies for bail

HYDERABAD: Hasan Ali, accused in the passport case, filed a fresh petition in the Nampally court on Saturday, seeking anticipatory bail. The court posted haring on the petition to February 6.

Published: 05th February 2012 04:41 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:49 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Hasan Ali, accused in the passport case, filed a fresh petition in the Nampally court on Saturday, seeking anticipatory bail. The court posted haring on the petition to February 6.

Ali obtained a second passport from the regional passport office here by submitting fake documents. A prison transit warrant issued by the Nampally criminal court is pending against Hasan Ali who is currently lodged in a Mumbai jail.

The jail authorities in Mumbai have not produced Ali in the Nampally court since various petitions are pending in the High Court. After the Hyderabad police impounded his original passport following his involvement in a criminal case, Ali obtained another passport by furnishing false info to the regional passport office here.

The issue came to light during questioning of Ali by enforcement officials.

Ali is accused of possessing 5 passports which he procured from various passport offices.

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