A plea seeking cancellation of bail of Sudhakar Dwivedi, one of the accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast case, on the ground that he had travelled to Nepal in violation of bail conditions, was dismissed by a special court on Thursday..Special Judge Abhay Lahoti, however, warned Dwivedi not to breach any of the bail conditions imposed on him by the court."The accused should not breach any of the bail conditions in future. It is also not the case that because of him there was any impact on the trial," the special judge said while rejecting the application.Dwivedi had travelled to Nepal for a day to attend "International Conference on Vedic Science and Modern Science as a dignitary. The event was also attended by Nepal's President Bidhya Devi Bhandari..In his application, Nisar Ahmed Bilal, the father of a victim in the blasts, highlighted that Dwivedi had travelled to Nepal without prior permission of the special court that is dealing with the blast case. He accordingly sought cancellation of the bail.However, Dwivedi told the special court that he was under impression that since no passport is needed to travel to Nepal, a prior permission from court would not be required. He justified that it was an international event, wherein he was invited and that it was attended by several prominent persons including Nepal's President.He also furnished an unconditional apology before the court.The Court accepted the same and rejected the plea. .Special Public Prosecutor Avinash Rasal for the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said that the court has given him one more chance."The court has clearly said that if there is any further breach the bail would stand cancelled," Rasal informed.Seven people had died while over 100 were left injured after two bombs planted on a motorcycle went off in Malegaon, Maharashtra on September 29, 2008. Several persons including BJP MP Pragya Thakur, Lt. Col. Prasad Purohit are booked in the case and are currently facing trial.