The Appellate Division bench led by Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain passed the order.
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Nigeria’s Azah Anawchukwa Onianusi, accused of possessing a commercial quantity of contraband material, was sued in a drug case.
Advocate BM Illias Kochi and Barrister Bibhuti Tarafder stood for Azah while Deputy Attorney General Bishwajit Debnath represented the state.
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“The bail granted to the Nigerian national will continue till the end of the trial,” Bibhuti Tarafder said.
The Nigerian was arrested with crystal methamphetamine beside a city hotel on June 27, 2019.
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Later more narcotics were seized from his house and a case was filed against him with Bhatara Police Station.
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On September 30, the High Court approved bail for Azah. Later an appeal was filed challenging the order.
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