Bharti Yadav's passport released
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Bharti Yadav's passport released

The key witness in the Nitish Katara murder case collects her passport and visa from a Delhi court.

india Updated: Dec 12, 2006 19:35 IST

Bharti Yadav, key witness and sister of main accused in the Nitish Katara murder case, collected her passport and visa on Tuesday from a Delhi Court where it was deposited.

The passport was released by Additional Sessions Judge, Ravinder Kaur, who held the in-camera deposition of Bharti, which both prosecution and defence claimed had benefited them.

The passport was handed over to advocate Punit Mittal on behalf of Bharti after judge-in charge of Patiala House Court KC Lohia allowed its release.

Bharti, daughter of controversial Uttar Pradesh politician DP Yadav, had flown in from United Kingdom, to record her testimony.

Her brother and cousin Vikas and Vishal Yadav are the main accused in the case.

First Published: Dec 12, 2006 17:49 IST