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Court refuses to allow Dabur’s Burman to go abroad

Pradip Burman, one of the Dabur India promoters whose name has cropped up in the list given by the Centre to the Supreme Court on the blackmoney issue, was on Tuesday denied permission to go abroad for family function by a Delhi court which said there was no justifiable ground for it.

Additional chief metropolitan magistrate Devendra Kumar Sharma dismissed Burman's application seeking permission to go to Hong Kong, saying there was nothing on record to show that it was necessary for him to attend the family function. 

"In view of the submission made and the facts and circumstances that he was earlier allowed to visit abroad and he has returned in accordance with the undertaking given before this court, it cannot be a ground for foreign visit and without any justifiable ground.

"There is nothing on record to show that it is so necessary for him to attend the family function, if any, in Hong Kong and if such permission would be granted to the accused persons, there would be no end for foreign visit without justifiable ground," the court said.
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