Asaduddin refused bail for 2nd time
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A court Wednesday dismissed the bail plea of Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen chief and MP Asaduddin Owaisi for the second time in two days in a 2005 case of rioting.
The court in Sangareddy, which had dismissed Asaduddin's first bail petition on Tuesday, ruled Wednesday that "there is no change of circumstances from the date of dismissal of earlier bail petition" and dismissed the fresh plea.
In his plea, Asaduddin contended that he had a conference to attend in Hyderabad on January 24. After his surrender, Asaduddin had earlier been sent to judicial remand till February 2.
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