MEERUT An MP/MLA courtroom in Rampur on Wednesday acquitted SP chief Azam Khan and 6 others in a 2019 robbery case attributable to lack of proof.
The case was associated to an alleged robbery at a home in the Dungarpur Basti space of Rampur.
MP/MLA periods courtroom choose Vijay Kumar, after listening to the arguments of either side, acquitted SP chief Azam Khan, former municipal president Azhar Khan, contractor Barkat Ali, retired CO Ale Hasan, Firoz Khan, Ranu Khan, Omendra Chauhan attributable to lack of proof.
The SP chief was introduced in courtroom from Sitapur jail whereas Azhar Ahmed Khan was introduced in courtroom from Bijnor jail.
Twelve instances have been registered in reference to the forceful eviction of homes in Dungarpur colony. In one among these instances, one Karamat Ali’s spouse Ruby, a resident of Basti, had additionally filed a case on July 25, 2019, alleging that former municipal president Azhar Ahmed Khan, contractor Barkat Ali, retired CO Aale Hasan, Firoz Khan, Ranu Khan and Omendra Chauhan entered her home, assaulted relations and robbed ₹15,000. She alleged that SP chief Azam Khan instigated the accused to commit the crime.
Based mostly on the sufferer’s assertion, the police made Azam Khan an accused in the case.
“Azam Khan, together with different people, have been acquitted by the courtroom. They have been accused of demolishing homes and looting ₹15,000 therefrom. Azam Khan was added as an accused in the case below Part 120B (prison conspiracy) after a 12 months. He was not the first suspect in the case. On the time of the alleged incident, Khan was the MP of Rampur,” Azam Khan’s advocate Nasir Sultan advised ANI.