B`lore blasts: No anticipatory bail for Madani
A fast track court has rejected the anticipatory bail plea of Madani.
Bangalore: A fast track court on Friday rejected the anticipatory bail plea of the 31st accused in the Bangalore blasts case, Abdul Nasser Madani.
Kerala PDP leader Madani had sought anticipatory bail on the grounds there was "no prima facie case" against him.
Madani has been issued charge sheet along with 31 others for his alleged involvement in the blasts on July 25 in various parts of the city that left a woman dead and 20 injured.
He was among the six persons named in the additional charge sheet filed by Bangalore Police on June 11. Police had earlier issued charge sheet to 26 people.
Madani had spent nine years in prison before he was let off in connection with the Coimbatore blast case.