Allahabad High Court : आजम खां के करीबियों को झटका, पुलिस की चार्जशीट के खिलाफ ट्रस्टियों की याचिका खारिज
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The close relatives of SP leader Mohammad Azam Khan have suffered a major setback from the Allahabad High Court. The High Court dismissed the petitions of the trustees against the chargesheet filed by the police in 27 FIRs registered against 72 trustees of Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar Trust. In the petitions to be rejected, 70 trustees like Azam Khan’s special warlord, former CO Ale Hasan, Zaki ur Rehman Siddiqui, Naseer Ahmed Khan were involved.
This order was passed by Justice Samit Gopal. The court had reserved the decision after a long hearing on all these petitions. Delivering the verdict on Friday, the court dismissed all the petitions. Now the trial of the case will be held against these trustees of Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar Trust in the court of MP MLA Rampur.
With this order of the court, the government action is being considered a victory. On behalf of the Uttar Pradesh government, Additional Advocate General MC Chaturvedi said that at the behest of former minister Azam Khan, farmers in Rampur were assaulted and their land was captured for Jauhar University by threatening to implicate them in wrong cases. To this day that possession has not been abandoned.
On behalf of the UP government and farmers, 27 FIRs were lodged at Azim Nagar police station in Rampur. After the investigation in all these cases, the police had filed the charge sheet, which was challenged in the High Court on various grounds. The court had heard all the 72 petitions together. After several weeks of debate, the court had reserved the verdict on September 5, 2022. The police have filed a charge sheet against all the accused under sections 447, 420, 120B of the Indian Penal Code.