Bigg Boss 10: Om Swami Appears In Delhi Court, Here’s The Verdict!

Businessofcinema.com EXCLUSIVELY revealed yesterday that Om Swami has been thrown out of the house as a non-bailable warrant was issued against him by Delhi police. To people who have come in late, the self-proclaimed Swami is facing non-bailable warrants in the Delhi court for theft cases under different laws.

As per reports, the case was filed against Om Swami back in November 2008 after Pramodh Jha, his younger brother had accused Om Swami of breaking the lock of his bicycle shop along with other three men and had sold the expensive parts after stealing bicycles.

Not just that he has been involved in seven cases under the Arms Act and TADA. Reportedly, while the huge cache of arms and ammunition was found in his possession, obscene photos of women were also found which he allegedly used to extort money

Well, Om Swami appeared to Delhi court yesterday and the court has given its decision for now. CLICK NEXT TO KNOW WHAT VERDICT DELHI COURT GAVE TO OM SWAMI.

As per our source, Delhi Court has canceled NBW against Bigg Boss 10 contestant Om Swami after he appeared in a theft case lodged by his brother. He has been given bail and has been imposed Rs 30,000 fine. Meanwhile its a sigh of relief for Om Swami and can get back inside the house with a new strategy. The next hearing of the case will take place on February 4, 2017. Well, now it remains to see when and how Om Swami enters Bigg Boss 10 house again.

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