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Court refuses to let Adnan Sami go abroad

The Mumbai sessions court on Thursday rejected a plea filed by Pakistani singer Adnan Sami, seeking permission to travel abroad for a period of one-and-a-half months.

mumbai Updated: Jun 03, 2011 01:49 IST

The Mumbai sessions court on Thursday rejected a plea filed by Pakistani singer Adnan Sami, seeking permission to travel abroad for a period of one-and-a-half months.

The Bombay high court had imposed a condition upon Sami, that he could not travel without court’s permission, while granting him bail in connection with a case of domestic violence filed by estranged wife Sabah Galadari.

Sami, who is also facing Foreign Exchange Management Act proceedings, sought permission to travel to Dubai, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa between June 8 and July 25, 2011. He argued that there was no likelihood of him absconding, as his apartment had been confiscated.