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Brutal assault in pub - High Court grants conditional bail to Mohammed Nalapad


Daijiworld Media Network – Bengaluru (AM)

Bengaluru, Jun 14: Karnataka High Court granted conditional bail to Mohammed Nalapad, son of Shanthinagar MLA N A Haris on Thursday, June 14.

Nalapad has been in jail from several weeks for the alleged murderous assault he launched on Vidwath and was under judicial custody.

Justice John Michael D’Cunha, who heard the bail plea for over two hours, delivered the order. As per latest reports, Nalapad will have to furnish a bond of Rs 2 lac and cannot leave the city.

Earlier, an order issued by the 63rd sessions court in the city had dashed the hopes of Nalapad of getting bail even after chargesheet was filed in the case. As a result, he was forced to remain inside the prison.


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  • Rathan, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    One more case of "bidugade bhagya" for minorities ?when Naresh when my was given bail some DW readers said sale of judiciary now what is their reaction ?

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  • hemanth, Bangalore

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    Just waiting for elections to get over...

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  • PEDDA GUNDA, MANGALURU

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    NALLAPADA has learn the lessons ! being millionaire is not enough but to use the brain. He will never do the same I guess !

    Unfortunately, like Salman has just skipped by "KANOON KE LAMBE HAATH"

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  • Vishal, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    Justice Michael D'Cunha is considered a very upright person who never bends to any kind of pressure. He is held in high esteem by the advocates for his vast knowledge on legal matters. While I was extremely glad when he delivered a verdict against Jayalalitha, I am unhappy that this Nalapad has been granted bail. God knows on what grounds Justice D'Cunha granted him bail but I am sure he must have had his own reasons for doing this.

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  • hemanth, Bangalore

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    You can get real reason if you check his bank account..

    DisAgree [18] Agree [42] Reply Report Abuse

  • Anwar, Dubai

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    When Amit Shah got clean chit after Modi resume office compare this this bail is nothing.

    DisAgree [31] Agree [44] Reply Report Abuse

  • Rampanna, UDUPI

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    @hemanth, Bangalore

    My friend, do not tarnish a HC judge’s reputation, when you do not know the facts or the law. This is the same judge who ruled against Jayalalitha which was ultimately upheld by the Supreme Court.

    You may not like the law of our land. But a judge has to rule according to the law and legal precedents set by various HC / SC judgements over the years.

    Just wait for couple of days, and then go to Supreme Courts website where all SC / HC judgements are published, read it with a cool head and then tell me the deficiency if his judgement. Judiciary does not exist just to uphold what you think is right, rather it exists to uphold the law.

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  • PEDDA GUNDA, MANGALURU

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    Modi brainwashed his BHAKTHAs in a way one Chef he forgotten his identity in DUBAI and he lost his job !

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  • Rao, Udupi

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    Since this is not a murder case the accused is entitled to bail as per law, as he is in prison for 115 days now.

    What people want is that the case be decided soon and strict punishment be given. The punishment should be like make him sweep/ clean the streets where he is to do the hooliganism. He will remember the punishment for ever. Just putting in prison will not help them to realise their mistake.

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  • Fayaz, Mangalore /Dubai

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    World's two big murderers are out and enjoying the life
    This is only a very small thing
    First try to put them inside

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  • j.anata, Mangaluru / Bengaluru

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    Must be hinting at Sonia & Raul both of who are on bail in the National Herald Case and roaming free

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  • soni, muli

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    Hello
    This is not small case, anyone did for your family what will be you reaction tell me
    DONT counter him ok., Please respond like human ok

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  • Surendra Poojari, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    You are very happy to see criminals of BJP roaming freely like Amit Shah, Narendra Modi, Reddy's and many more.

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  • SURESH MAROLI, MANGALORE/BAHRAIN.

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    Expected. Eid is near and govt changed. Everything is fixed. All the witness will escape in fear for the next hearing and the case is finished.

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  • Harish, Kadaba

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    Why bail?
    where is the people who commented when bail got to padeel pub attackers?

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  • Thomas, Udupi

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    Please got and ask HM Rajnath Singh,he can give you reply.

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  • Mahesh Barkur, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    The mugda alpasankyatharu scheme of Siddu is still in vogue, despite party being routed.

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Bengaluru/Katapadi

    Thu, Jun 14 2018

    This is a great example and eye opener those who takes law in their own hands because of political clout,

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