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Hira gets bail in PC Ram murder case

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GUWAHATI, Dec 15 � ULFA leader Hira Saraniya, one of the accused in the Dr PC Ram abduction case, was today granted bail by the Court of Additional Sessions� Judge here.

Saraniya was granted bail against two sureties of Rs 50,000 each. Advocate Manas Sarania appeared on behalf the accused.

The dreaded ULFA leader was charge-sheeted by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in connection with the abduction of Dr PC ram, former Executive Director of the Food Corporation of India, who later died in cross firing between the police and the abductors. Saraniya was also declared as absconder in the case.

The court, however, imposed certain restrictions on the movement of the ULFA leader. The bail order stated that the accused shall not leave the State without the prior permission of the court and that he shall regularly appear in the court.

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Hira gets bail in PC Ram murder case

GUWAHATI, Dec 15 � ULFA leader Hira Saraniya, one of the accused in the Dr PC Ram abduction case, was today granted bail by the Court of Additional Sessions� Judge here.

Saraniya was granted bail against two sureties of Rs 50,000 each. Advocate Manas Sarania appeared on behalf the accused.

The dreaded ULFA leader was charge-sheeted by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in connection with the abduction of Dr PC ram, former Executive Director of the Food Corporation of India, who later died in cross firing between the police and the abductors. Saraniya was also declared as absconder in the case.

The court, however, imposed certain restrictions on the movement of the ULFA leader. The bail order stated that the accused shall not leave the State without the prior permission of the court and that he shall regularly appear in the court.

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