Abdul Nazir Maudany. File photo
The HinduAbdul Nazir Maudany. File photo

The supreme court on Friday granted one month bail to PDP chief Abdul Nasar Maudany, who has been in Bangalore Central Prison since October 2010.

The conditional bail granted was based on the health grounds. Though he will be provided police security, he will not be under custody, allowing him to take treatment in any hospital of his choice.

SC directed him to take treatment only in Bangalore and said that he should not leave the city at any cost. The other condition includes furnishing Rs. 1 lakh bond as surety and not to tamper evidence and witnesses.

SC also directed the State govt. to provide security to monitor if any violation is done. This is the first time Maudany has been bailed out. Earlier the court allowed him to take treatment at various hospitals and also given five days special permission to attend his daughters wedding in Kerala.

Maudany was arrested in the month of Ramzan four years ago and granted bail in month of Ramzan this year.

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