The Karnataka High Court on Thursday asked the State to furnish details of mobile phone and telephonic conversations that Kerala PDP leader Abdul Nasir Maudany allegedly had with terrorists.
Justice V. Jagannathan passed the order after Advocate-General (AG) Ashok Harnahalli, appearing for the State, opposed bail to Maudany. Mr. Harnahalli said that Maudany had mobile phone and telephonic conversations with several accused in the serial bomb blasts that rocked Bangalore in July 2008.
He said that Maudany knew about the Bangalore blasts and that he has been arraigned as one of the accused in the case. Mr. Harnahalli said that the State had filed a 160-page objection to the petition by Maudany.
Justice Jagannathan asked the State to produce the mobile phone records of conversations that Maudany supposedly had with terrorists and adjourned the case to Friday.