A US court has dismissed the $1.5 million bail utilization of Pakistani-cause Canadian businessperson Tahawwur Rana, who has been pronounced a criminal by India for his association in the 2008 Mumbai dread assault case, depicting him a flight hazard.
Rana, 59, a cherished companion of David Coleman Headley, was re-captured on June 10 in Los Angeles on a removal demand by India for his inclusion in the 2008 Mumbai fear assault in which 166 individuals, including six Americans, were murdered.
He is a proclaimed outlaw in India.
US District Court Judge in Los Angeles Jacqueline Chooljian, in her 24-page request dated July 21, denied bail to Rana contending that he is a flight chance.
Portraying Rana as a flight chance, the US government restricted his discharge on bail, contending that if he somehow managed to escape to Canada, he may get away from the chance of a capital punishment in India.