New Delhi, A Delhi court Friday allowed Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, an accused in the case of his wife Sunanda Pushkar’s death, to travel abroad for a period of one month.
Special Judge Ajay Kumar Kuhar granted permission to Tharoor to go to Serbia, Kuwait, Australia and Bangladesh from October 11 to November 11.
The court directed Tharoor to furnish a fixed deposit of Rs 2 lakh, which shall be returned to him once he is back in India.
“Accused Dr Shashi Tharoor shall inform to this court about his arrival in India within two days of his return. Applicant/accused shall also file the complete copy of his passport along with the copy of Visa in the court on his return,” the court said.
It said, “Accused/applicant Dr Shashi Tharoor shall not tamper with the evidence nor try to influence any witness in any manner and will not use the permission granted to him contrary to the rules”.