Azharuddin faces warrant in cheque bouncing case
A Delhi court on Saturday issued non-bailable warrant against former Indian cricket captain and MP Mohammed Azharuddin for not appearing in court on the day of final verdict in a cheque-bounce case, a lawyer said.
Metropolitan Magistrate Vikrant Vaid issued non-bailable warrant against Azhar, whose counsel Firoj Khan Ghazi said that he was busy campaigning in Uttar Pradesh. The court would next hear the case March 1.
According to complainant Sanjay Solanki, he helped Azhar in a deal to purchase a property in Bandra in Mumbai for Rs.1.5 crore.