According to reports, the Karnataka government has submitted the affidavit against Abdul Nasser Madani in connection with the Banglore blast case. Madani had approached the Supreme Court seeking permission to stay in Kerala till the completion of the trial in the case.
In the affidavit submitted by the Karnataka government, they said that Madani should not be permitted to go to Kerala, if he goes, then he will join hands with terrorist organisations to sabotage the case. In addition, the affidavit stresses that if he is set free, then Madani will go back to terrorist activities and there are several other cases against him.
The Karnataka Home Department had reportedly submitted a 26-page affidavit in the Supreme Court. Meanwhile, earlier this month, Chief Justice of India SA Bobde has called Kerala's People Democratic Party leader Abdul Nasser Madani, a 'dangerous man', who is facing trial in connection with the Bengaluru blasts case of 2008. On April 5, a bench headed by Chief Justice had heard Madani's plea seeking permission to return to Kerala till the trial completes in the serial blasts case.
In 2014, the Supreme Court had granted him bail due to Madani's ill-health and instructed him not to leave Bengaluru. He even claimed that he was not able to get proper Ayurvedic treatment due to the Covid-19 situation.