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Tuesday April 23, 2013 12:10:24 AM, Ather Shazan,

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A designated Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) court Monday allowed Mohammed Muzaffar Mohammed Tanver, one of the accused in the 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case, to attend the wedding ceremony of his  »


Mumbai: A designated Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) court Monday allowed Mohammed Muzaffar Mohammed Tanver, one of the accused in the 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case, to attend the wedding ceremony of his only sister in Aurangabad. But with a rider - he needs to pay more than fifty thousand rupees which included the escort charges for the police accompanying him and other expenses.


Designated Judge S M Modak while granting the permission directed the accused to bear the to-and-fro charges of the six police constable who will escort him to Aurangabad from Mumbai prison where he is presently lodge.


The court while granting the permission from April 25 to April 28 also put the burden on the accused to deposit the escort charges for 12 hours by considering six police staff which would be approximately 54 thousands.


"Mohammed Muzaffar Mohammed Tanver needs to deposit Rs.52,992/- with the jail authorities before leaving for Aurangabad to attend his only sister's marriage", Advocate Shahid Nadeem Ansari said to


This include Rs.13248/- for one day for the six cops who will accompany him to Aurangabad.  


Earlier, the Jail staff had demanded the escort charges for 24 hours of six cops.


"If the court had accepted this, the cost would have been more than one lakh rupees for Muzaffar to attend his sister's marriage", Advocate Ansari added.


He also said that the court gave him relaxation as Muzaffar once in Aurangabad will stay in the local jail after 06:00 in the evening.


Mohammed Muzaffar was arrested on May 10, 2006 after he surrendered before the local police.


He has been alleged to be the driver of the TATA Indica car which was said to be containing five computer boxes of arms and explosive. In his statement before the court Muzaffar said he had no knowledge about the arms and explosives seized from the said vehicle.

It can be mentioned here that that Jamiat Ulama e Maharashtra (NGO) is providing free legal aid to accused in Aurangabad arms haul case.





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