Bhopal court to hear Aamir Khan’s case for dishonouring tricolour

November 14th, 2007 - 8:36 am ICT by admin  
Earlier, First Class Judicial Magistrate B S Muvel had issued a non-bailable warrant (NBW) against Aamir after he failed thrice to appear before the court.

In August, a local lawyer, Suresh Kanga, had filed the complaint, which stated that at an event to promote a car as a brand ambassador for its manufacturer, Aamir “dishonoured” the tricolour, which was struck on top of the car much late after the function was over.

The Supreme Court has cautioned trial courts against issuing non-bailable warrants without verifying the frivolity of complaints.

The apex court also said that a NBW could only be issued if a person fails to honour previous summons. (ANI)

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