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News |  15 Oct 2013 10:31 |  By RnMTeam

Adnan Sami issued a notice for overstaying in India

MUMBAI: The renowned Pakistani singer Adnan Sami always seems to be in news for wrong reasons. As per reports the Mumbai Police has issued a notice to the singer for overstaying in India after his visa expired earlier this month.

Since many years the 44 year old has set his foot in India and now has been asked an explanation for his overstay. The reports further say that the singer is making an effort for the renewal of his visa. The singer-composer's last visa was valid from September 26, 2012 to October 6, 2013.

Sami had informed Mumbai Police that he had applied for an extension of his visa in Delhi but failed to produce any valid documentary evidence to support his claim. If Sami fails to reply to the notice and follow the norms prescribed for foreigners, the ministry of home affairs would be informed for taking appropriate action, they said.

The expiry of the singer's visa came to light recently during the hearing of a court case between Sami and his former wife Sabah Galadari over possession of a duplex flat in Lokhandwala complex.