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NIA court rejects Madani's plea to attend son's wedding, PDP hartal in Kerala Wednesday

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Abdul Nasser Madani PDP chairman and one of the prime accused in the 2008 Bangalore serial blasts case Abdul Nasser Madani arrives at Nedumbasseri airport on Monday. Photo: Josekutty Panackal

Bengaluru: An National Investigation Agency (NIA) court rejected PDP chairman Abdul Nasser Madani's plea, seeking permission to take part in his son's wedding in Thalassery. Protesting this court order, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called for a hartal in Kerala on Wednesday.

However, the court has allowed Madani to stay in Kerala from August 1 to 7. The wedding is on August 9 in Thalassery. The court observed that the Supreme court had earlier given permission to Madani to visit his parents.

Madani had sought permission to be in Kerala from August 1 to 20 to take part in his son's wedding and meet his ailing mother.

However, the advocate said that the same court had earlier given permission to Madani to visit Kerala during his daughter's wedding.

Madani is an accused in the 2008 Bangalore blasts, which killed one person and injured 20 others.

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