Qnet case: Ferreira asks for one day to surrender
MUMBAI: Former world billiards champion Michael Ferreira on Thursday sought a day’s time to surrender in connection with the Qnet cheating case.
On Wednesday Ferreira’s lawyer Sandeep Karnik moved a bail application in the Maharashtra Protection of Interest of Depositors (MPID) Act court pleading that he would surrender on Thursday morning.
In the evening, Ferreira appeared before the court with his counsel Abad Ponda and pleaded that he has time to surrender till night as the apex court, while rejecting his anticipatory bail plea, gave a week’s time to surrender.
Even though special public prosecutor Pradeep Gharath objected, the court told Ferreira that he can surrender either a the police station or in the court.