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Supreme Court allows Abdul Nasir Maudany to stay in Kerala

On Monday, the Supreme Court granted permission to veteran Muslim scholar Abdul Nasir Maudany to stay in his home state of Kerala. Maudany, who was granted bail in connection with the Bengaluru blast case, had been residing in Bengaluru but was unable to leave the city due to bail conditions.

Lawyer for justice: Son of Muslim leader undertrial for 2 decades takes up the fight

Salahudeen Ayyoobi was 10 months old when his father and Peoples Democratic Party chairman Abdul Nasir Maudany got arrested and sent to Coimbatore central jail in 1998.

Supreme Court dismisses Abdul Nazir Maudany’s plea to relax bail condition

The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the plea filed by People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader and Islamic scholar Abdul Nazir Maudany, seeking relaxation of conditions imposed by the top court while granting him bail in July 2014 in 2008 Bengaluru blasts case.

“She kept asking about her son.” Family, activists mourn death of Siddique Kappan’s mother

"Mother's health was better when he (Siddique Kappan) came home once to meet her. But it worsened when he was taken back to jail" said Raihana Siddique, wife of arrested Kerala journalist Siddique Kappan.

“He spent 11 years in jail since arrest, seven years under conditional bail,” Maudany’s lawyer to SC

People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader Abdul Nazir Maudany has spent 11 years in jail since arrest and seven years under conditional bail, said a plea to the Supreme Court of India to relax Maudany's bail condition and permit him to stay in his hometown in Kerala till the pendency of the trial in the 2008 Bengaluru bomb blast case in which he is an accused.

20 years as undertrial prisoner: Kerala Muslim leader Maudany continues long battle for justice

The founder and supremo of Kerala based People's Democratic Party (PDP) and Islamic scholar Abdul Nasir Maudany who was named as the 32nd accused in the 2008 Bangalore serial blast case, completed ten years under judicial custody on 17 August 2020.