Bombay HC permits Adnan Sami to go to Pakistan, UK for mom's remedy


The Bombay Excessive Courtroom has allowed singer Adnan Sami to journey to Pakistan, his residence nation, to to fulfill his ailing mom and additional to London for her medical remedy, from Could 11 to 28.

Listening to Sami’s software on this regard, Justice Revati Mohite-Dere additionally directed the Oshiwara police right here to return him his passport after he submitted his itinerary, and particulars of the locations the place he intends to remain and speak to numbers.

Sami is embroiled in a authorized battle, involving civil in addition to felony instances, along with his former spouse Sabah Galadari. He had handed over his passport to the police on the court docket’s order earlier.

Sami yesterday furnished undertakings of two sureties and promised to file endeavor of one other surety on Monday.

“In view of compliance of the (earlier) orders, the applicant is permitted to journey to Pakistan to fulfill his ailing mom and to London, if required, for her remedy from 11th Could, 2014 to 28th Could, 2014,” stated the Decide.

Sami pleaded that he could also be required to journey even later for a live performance on June 8. The court docket stated he would have the ability to retain the passport upon his return until June 4, in order that he might apply for a visa once more.

His legal professionals Ranbir Singh and Amit Ghag assured that Sami would deposit his passport with Oshiwara police on June 5.

The decide nonetheless stated that he must apply to the HC afresh for journey after Could 28.

Edith Dey and Sana Usman, Sabah’s legal professionals, opposed Sami’s plea for permission to go overseas. “He needs to journey on the bottom that his mom is unwell. Nonetheless, it isn’t so.

He has not obtained the sureties nor has he signed the bonds earlier than the Justice of the Peace,” the legal professionals argued. Nonetheless the HC didn’t settle for their rivalry.

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