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Accused in FICN case gets default bail

The NIA special court on Monday granted default bail to an accused in Kasargod fake Indian currency note (FICN) case.

Published: 19th November 2013 12:20 PM  |   Last Updated: 19th November 2013 12:20 PM   |  A+A-

The NIA special court on Monday granted default bail to an accused in Kasargod fake Indian currency note (FICN) case.

Majeed of Thalankara in Kasargod was given bail in one case out of the four registered by the NIA for seizure of FICNs from Chenthara and Hosdurg.

The bail was granted after the NIA failed to file chargesheet after 90 days of his arrest in the case.  The court ordered his release on bail after he executes a bond of `1 lakh and two sureties.

Besides, he was asked not to leave the country and to surrender the passport. He was asked to appear before the Investigation Officer whenever required.

It was in August this year that Majeed was deported from Dubai to India after a red corner notice was issued against him.



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