New Delhi: A Delhi Court on Saturday reportedly cancelled the non-bailable warrant against 'Bigg Boss 10' contestant Om Swami. He has now been asked by the court to pay Rs 30,000 for not complying with its order.
It is being said that the decision was made after Swami Om appeared before the court in connection with a bicycle theft case. He stepped out of the controversial house to make an appearance for the hearing.
However, it is not confirmed whether Swami Om will enter the house again or not.
The court in October had issued first non-bailable warrant against Omji. Two other warrants were issued in last month after he failed to appear before court despite repeated calls.
The court has fixed February 4 as next date of hearing.
A complaint was registered against Vinodanand Jha alias Swami Omji by his brother Pramodh Jha in November 2008.
Pramodh has alleged that Omji broke the lock of his bicycle shop in Lodhi Colony here along with three men and stole 11 bicycles, expensive spare parts, the sale deed of the house and important documents.
(With IANS inputs)