Azam Khan: Azam Khan’s trouble increased, in the case of son Abdullah, the court imposed a fine of 10 thousand
Rampur MP MLA Court: In the case of two certificates, there was to be testimony of witnesses and cross-examination from the defense side, due to which the witnesses remained present in the court, but the hearing could not be completed due to the non-appearance of the defense counsel.
Azam Khan: The MP MLA Court of Rampur has imposed a fine of Rs 10,000 on SP leader Azam Khan, his son Abdullah Azam and wife Tajin Fatima in two birth certificate cases.
In this case, there was to be testimony of witnesses and cross-examination from the defense side, due to which the witnesses remained present in the court, but the hearing could not be completed due to non-appearance of the defense counsel. The prayer letter was given on behalf of Azam’s lawyer, but the prosecution objected. After this the debate was heard and the court imposed a fine of Rs 10,000 on Azam Khan.
Abdullah Azam’s assembly membership was canceled in 2019
Thereafter, December 23 was fixed for hearing and Azam Khan, his son and wife Tazeen Fatima were ordered to appear in person in the court. In this case, in 2019, the assembly membership of Abdullah Azam was cancelled. This case is going on in the court, under which the MP MLA court had ordered Azam to appear in person. Due to this, Azam Khan along with his family reached the Rampur Court premises on Friday.
The defense side ie Azam Khan’s lawyer cross-examined the witness Narendra Tyagi, but his cross-examination could not be completed. Now the next hearing in this matter will be on January 2.
BJP MLA Akash Saxena had filed a complaint
BJP MLA Akash Saxena had filed a report in Ganj police station regarding Abdullah having two birth certificates. Azam Khan and his wife Tajin Fatima are also accused in this case. Akash Saxena’s lawyer told that two witnesses Narendra Tyagi and Krishna Avtar had appeared in the court in this case. Both of them were investigating officers. No one from Azam’s family appeared in the court during Thursday’s hearing. His lawyer was also not present, on which the court, while imposing damages, ordered the hearing on Friday and the accused side to be present in person.