Hasan asked to appear before Hyd court by Nov 14
Hyderabad: A local court on Tuesday issued a
warrant against Pune-based stud farm owner Hasan Ali Khan in
connection with a case in which he is accused of procuring a
fake passport from the city.
The Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate court here
allowed the application of Hyderabad Police and issued the
prisoners transit warrant directing them to produce the
accused before the court by November 14.
Ali, also facing charges of money laundering and tax
evasion in a case filed by Enforcement Directorate, is accused
of obtaining five passports from different parts of India,
Hyderabad Police Commissioner A K Khan had earlier said
they sought to interrogate Hasan Ali Khan on the charges of
obtaining a passport from here by fraudulent means.
"Hasan Ali while applying for a passport from Hyderabad
in 2000, showed his residential address as that of his
divorced wife. He procured another passport from the Indian
High Commission in London stating that he had lost the
passport issued in Hyderabad," the Hyderabad Police chief had
Ali is currently in judicial custody and is lodged at
Arthur Road jail in Mumbai.
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