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Vidvath discharged, but not taken home; Nalapad to appeal to High Court

  • Vidvath, assaulted by MLA Haris's son Nalapad, was being treated in Mallya Hospital, Bengaluru
  • Currently, he has been discharged from there
  • Here are the latest details about Vidvath after discharge, while Nalapad is still in Central Jail
Vidvath discharged but not taken home Nalapad to appeal to High Court

Vidvath, who was assaulted by Bengaluru's Shanthinagar MLA NA Haris's son Mohammed Haris Nalapad and was being treated at Mallya Hospital, has now been discharged.

Even though earlier reports stated that Vidvath has recovered and he can be discharged, he was still in the hospital. But on late Sunday night, he was discharged, but sources say that he has not been taken home. Instead, he is currently at one of his relatives' house.

It is said that Vidvath's family felt that he might have many people visiting him, once he is discharged. They wanted to ensure complete reset to him, so have kept him at a relative's home.

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Sources also said that after consulting the doctors, Vidvath might be taken to Kerala for further treatment. However, there is no official confirmation on this news yet.

On the other hand, Mohammed Nalapad, also charged with attempt to murder of Vidvath, is in the Central jail, as his bail plea was rejected by the Sessions Court.

Following the news of son Nalapad getting frustrated inside the jail warning his father of consequences, a new lawyer has been appointed, who is likely to appeal to the High Court to procure bail for Nalapad.

Sources also said that Vidvath was made to stay in the hospital to make sure that Nalapad doesn't get bail. But with Vidvath out now and the police recording his statement, what will be the course of law against Nalapad?

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