Granting the bail to the pro-Tamil leaders, the Saidapet
magistrate court directed them to furnish personal bonds of Rs
50,000 each and said they should appear before the
investigating officer whenever summoned.
On Wednesday, Vaiko, Nedumaran and others were arrested
when they tried to proceed towards the High Commission to
forcibly shut it down in protest against the closure of the UN
office in Sri Lanka.
They were arrested as they did not have permission to
proceed towards the consular office.
Chennai: A city court today granted bail to
MDMK general secretary Vaiko, Tamil Nationalist Movement
leader P Nedumaran and 150 others in connection with trying to
proceed towards the Sri Lankan Deputy High Commission here
with an intention to forcibly shut it down.
First Published: Friday, July 16, 2010, 21:09