Demand for travel ban in civil case against me rejected by Dubai court: Thushar Vellappally
Dubai: BDJS leader Thushar Vellappally who has been accused in a cheque dishonour case, said that the Dubai court has rejected the demand by Nazil Abdullah to exert a travel ban on him. On Monday, a civil case was filed in Dubai court by Nazil in which he asked to exert a travel ban on Thushar who is already facing legal action in the cheque bounce case in Ajman.
However, Thushar won’t be able to travel to Kerala even if the petition is rejected as he is under travel ban imposed by Ajman court in the criminal case regarding the cheque case.
Speaking to reporters here Thushar said that the court rejected Nazil’s demand for travel ban.
“Nazil has lodged complaint against me to attain attention. Nazil has now come up with certain arguments to justify the leaked audio clip. However, the voice clip vindicates me. It is really unfortunate Nazil is trying to communalise the issue,” Thushar said.
Thushar also added that now there won’t be any efforts for out-of-court settlement and the matter would be dealt legally.
The audio clips of Nazil Abdullah who is alleged to have purchased the cheque to trap Thushar was leaked earlier. It is learnt that Nazil had purchased the cheque and tried to trap Thushar. Nazil purchased the cheque for Rs 5 lakh. Voice clips of Nazil revealed that he made payment to an acquaintance to get Thushar’s cheque to trap him in the case. In the backdrop of these, Nazil had filed a civil case against Thushar.
Thrissur Mathilakam native Nazil Abdullah filed the complaint at the Nuaimi police station in Ajman against Thushar Vellapally for not honouring a business agreement that was entered 10 years back saying he was cheated of Rs 10 crore or 9 million dirhams. He stated in the complaint that though a compromise was attempted it was not successful. The promises put forward by Thushar Vellapally were not kept.
Thushar was arrested in Ajman following the case and later released on bail.