Azam Khan Jail: Samajwadi Party MP Azam Khan, together with his own legislator spouse Tazin Fatma and son Abdullah Azam, were arranged to be sent to prison in juvenile custody from Rampur’s ADJ-6 courtroom until 2.
In line with this data, this action was taken after devoting non-bailable warrants in the event of creating fake birth certificates. Azam Khan appeared before the court along with son and his wife in the circumstance. Where the court ordered the three to be sent to prison in custody. The hearing in the case will soon probably be about 2 March. Azam Khan along with his wife and son has been sent to judicial custody until March 2, rejecting the
All three declared in court today. A request for bail filed the court from the courtroom, which had been rejected by the court. Caught in the instance of son.
Let’s inform you that the SP MP had registered a bail request in 20 instances. He has stuck although Oftentimes he obtained bond. He didn’t get relief from the event registered in the event of certification of kid Abdullah Azam and 2 passports under section 420. His bail plea was rejected by the court. The SP MP will have to approach the High Court for bail.
Fret about law and order
There’s a chance of violence in Rampur after Azam Khan belongs to prison. Fearing that order and law could deteriorate, Rampur’s SP has stated that Azam shouldn’t be maintained in Rampur prison. They ought to be delivered to another district.
Know who lodged the situation
In the court, the three didn’t show up Regardless of the attachment of this circumstance. The court had given orders to attach their three’s land. They, that was refused by the court Monday filed A request for bail. Allow me to tell you here in the case of Abdullah Azam Khan there has been a case registered Regional Convenor of BJP Small Industries Cell, by Akash Saxena. Back in April, a charge sheet filed in the case, the hearing which is happening from the ADJ-6 court. And the court ordered that the summons against them the warrant and the warrant, all three were absent.