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BMW case: Nanda allowed to go abroad

A city court allows Sanjeev Nanda, accused of mowing down six people with his BMW car in 1999, to go abroad till April.
IANS | By HT Correspondent, New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAR 01, 2008 08:36 PM IST

A city court on Saturday allowed Sanjeev Nanda, accused of mowing down six people with his BMW car in 1999, to go abroad till April.

"I permit Sanjeev Nanda to go abroad as the special public prosecutor has no objection to his plea," Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Kumar said and asked him to come back by April.

Nanda has pleaded before the court that he wanted to visit Singapore and Bangkok for some official purpose.

Nanda, who was allegedly driving a BMW car in an inebriated state with his two friends, had mowed down six people near the Lodhi Hotel in the early hours of Jan 10, 1999, the prosecution has charged.

Five people, including Nanda, have been booked for various offences, including attempt to murder and destruction of evidence.

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