Mumbai. The Bombay High Court dismissed the pre-arrest bail petition of Bollywood choreographer Remo D’Souza in a fraud case, saying that a non-bailable warrant issued against him by a Uttar Pradesh court has not yet reached the Mumbai Police And no action has been taken against him at this time. D’Souza did not appear before the court despite summons several times in the past, due to which On October 23, a Ghaziabad magistrate court issued a non-bailable warrant against the choreographer. D’Souza approached the High Court earlier this week seeking interim relief from the arrest so that he could move the Uttar Pradesh court The vacation bench of Justice KK Tateed heard his petition on Wednesday. Additional Public Prosecutor Jayesh Yagnik told the court that Amboli Police Station, a suburb in Mumbai, has not received any warrant from the police station in Ghaziabad. Therefore, there is no question of taking any action against D’Souza at this time. Justice Tateed accepted the statement and dismissed the petition. In 2016, a businessman Satyendra Tyagi filed a case against D’Souza at Sihani Gate Police Station, Ghaziabad. The businessman claimed that the choreographer had cheated him with Rs five crore. Tyagi claimed that D’Souza took Rs five crore from him to invest in a film “Amar … Must Die” and released the film. After promised to give double the money in return.
However, after the film’s release, D’Souza reportedly refused to return the money and threatened Tyagi through a gangster. The hearing of this case is going on in a magistrate court in Ghaziabad.