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Warrant against Haryana CM

August 17, 2006 18:50 IST

A Metropolitan Magistrate has issued a non-bailable warrant against Haryana Chief Minister Bhupendra Singh Hooda in connection with a case in which he has been charged with defacement of public property four years ago.

A K Sisodia issued the warrant applicable till October 5 and has also sent notice to his surety.

Hooda was chargesheeted on July 18, 2003 in the case under the relevant provisions of the West Bengal Defacement of Public Property Act, 1976. He was accused of  sticking three posters announcing the staging of a political rally, on the boundary wall of a school.



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No wonder India is such a mess. When the judiciary is being used so transparently to further a purely political agenda, then can anyone expect ...


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