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Court calls for Hasan Ali’s medical Reports

Pune businessman Hasan Ali Khan, who had suffered a stroke and a paralytic attack, has moved an application for admission to a hospital for medical treatment.

mumbai Updated: Nov 03, 2011 01:12 IST
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Pune businessman Hasan Ali Khan, who had suffered a stroke and a paralytic attack, has moved an application for admission to a hospital for medical treatment.

The principal judge of the session court on Wednesday said he was not satisfied with the records produced by jail authorities and called for all medical reports from Arthur Road Jail and JJ hospital for the next hearing on Thursday.

According to Khan’s lawyer, Prateek Bagaria, the jail authorities had taken Khan to JJ hospital for various tests including MRI scans.

However, there is no clear statement made by them regarding Khan’s condition as yet, Bagaria said.

The application states that the authorities at Arthur Road Jail did not admit him to a hospital when he suffered the stroke.

Khan is being investigated by for alleged money-laundering and huge funds stashed in foreign banks. After being arrested by the Enforcement Directorate, Khan was granted bail by the Bombay high court on Aug 12, but the apex court cancelled it on September 30.