No bail for man accused of sending menace letter to Pragya Thakur


Jabalpur (MP), July 22

The Madhya Pradesh High Court on Wednesday rejected the bail utility filed by a person from Maharashtra who’s accused of writing a menace letter to BJP MP Pragya Singh Thakur.

Opposing the bail plea of Dr Sayed Abdul Rehman, the Madhya Pradesh authorities argued that Rehman himself had drafted the letter on his cell phone.

The authorities lawyer additionally claimed that Rehman despatched the letter within the identify of his mom and brother with a view to falsely implicate them, and even talked about a fictitious terror group of their identify.

Refusing reduction to him, Justice Subodh Abhyankar noticed in his order that in view of “the manner in which the applicant has tried to falsely implicate his own mother and brother, no case for bail is made out”.

Thakur, an accused within the 2008 Malegaon blast case, is now the MP of Bhopal.

As per the MP Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS), Rehman despatched a threatening letter to Thakur in an envelope which additionally contained some chemical powder.

The ATS arrested him from Nanded in Maharashtra on January 17 this yr. PTI

 



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