Warrant against Ramadoss cancelled
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A Delhi court on Tuesday cancelled the bailable warrant issued against former health minister Anbumani Ramadoss after he appeared before it in a corruption case involving the grant of an allegedly illegal licence by him to a medical college in Indore.
Ramadoss faces prosecution for allegedly granting permission to the college though it did not have sufficient faculty members or clinical infrastructure to function.
Special CBI judge Talwant Singh recalled its July 7 order of issuance of bailable warrants against the PMK leader, who also moved his bail plea through his counsel on Tuesday. The court issued notice to the CBI for July 20 to reply on his bail plea. "Since accused has appeared in the court today following the order of July 7, the bailable warrant issued against him is recalled and cancelled," the judge said.
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