He had approached the court seeking relaxation of his bail conditions, which included not leaving the city without permission from the trial court.
Bengaluru: The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday granted permission to Mohammed Nalapad, son of MLA N.A. Haris, to fly to Saudi Arabia, to visit Mecca and Medina, as part of his pilgrimage.
The court made it clear to Nalapad that he should complete his pilgrimage between May 15 and June 6 and he should submit all necessary documents, including air tickets and other itinerary details of his stay in Saudi Arabia during his pilgrimage.
He had approached the court seeking relaxation of his bail conditions, which included not leaving the city without permission from the trial court. He is accused in a case of assault and alleged attempt to murder a 24-year-old Vidvat, the son of a businessman, at a restaurant in February 2018.
The High Court has ordered issue of notices to the state government and forest department following a PIL on a series of elephant deaths at various zoos and elephant camps in the state.
The PIL, filed by advocate Amrutesh, alleges that poor condition and improper facilities, including negligence of the staff members, has resulted in the death of some animals, mainly elephants.
He has sought immediate action, pressing the state government to depute experienced doctors and supplying food and other necessary requirements for the recovery of ailing elephants.