The Karimganj police team, which also conducted searches at other locations in the city, could not find Ahmod.

"After the Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Court issued a non-bailable moving warrant against the MLA regarding an old assault case, our team went to Guwahati Wednesday night.

"Since this morning, the team has conducted searches at his MLA Hostel residence and many other places. However, we have not been able to find him yet," Karimganj Superintendent
of Police B P Rabha told reporter.

The case was registered in 2011 and the trial was currently going on at the Court, he added.

"The original charge sheet of the case did not contain the name of Ahmod and the complainant objected to this. Then the Court issued summons to the MLA for appearing in case, but he did not come," Rabha explained.

He said before this non-bailable warrant, the Court had issued another non-bailable warrant, for which Ahmod got temporary relief from the Gauhati High Court, and later was admitted in a hospital after his recent accident.

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