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Abdul Nasser Madani ‘s interim bail plea rejected by SC

Staff Reporter | KMNN

New Delhi : The bail application on medical grounds by Abdul Nasser Madani, an accused in the 2008 Bangalore serial blasts case, was rejected by the Supreme Court. However, the SC has directed the Karnataka government to provide Madani with medical treatment in a hospital till he undergoes an eye surgery, here on January 28.

A Bench of Justices H.L. Gokhale and Kurian Joseph, in a brief order, said: “This application is seeking bail on the ground of ill health of the applicant. There is a report which places on record the names of doctors who have examined the applicant, the treatment which has been given to him at the Manipal Hospital and the medication which has been prescribed.”

The order further stated, “the report states that the applicant has to report for review after two months to be ready for the eye surgery.”

Mr. Prashant Bhushan, counsel for petitioner, insisted that there was no reason as to why the applicant’s plea should not be accepted and why he should be retained in custody with his present condition.

However, Mr. Raju Ramachandran, senior counsel for Karnataka, on the other hand, strongly opposed the bail application. “We are of the view that it will be better that the applicant is examined in a week. In the event his condition requires hospitalisation, he will be shifted to Manipal Hospital until he is ready for the eye surgery. The expenses for hospitalisation and the eye surgery will be borne by the State of Karnataka as he is in the custody of the State of Karnataka. The wife and near relatives of the applicant will be allowed to visit him and meet at the Hospital. The authorities will see to it that the food which is required in his present condition is made available to him either in jail or at the Manipal Hospital,” the Bench said.

In his special leave petition, against a fast-track court order rejecting his bail, Mr. Madani said that he was handicapped and his movements restricted to a wheelchair due to amputation of his right leg below the knee. He was also suffering from chronic diabetes, coronary heart disease and cervical spondylosis, among other ailments.

Council for the petitioner submitted that Mr. Madani was suffering from fluctuating and chronic diabetes and due to lack of proper treatment, he could not undergo the eye surgery. Mr. Bhushan, argued that Madani be released on interim bail so that he could get proper treatment and eat home-cooked food, which was essential to bring down the blood sugar level.

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