Azam Khan surrendered in court docket in start certificates case
Court ordered to be despatched to judicial custody
Azam Khan with spouse and son in judicial custody until 2 March
Raj Express Today, one other huge information has come out that, Samajwadi Party (SP) MP Azam Khan, his spouse Tanzin Fatim and son Abdullah Khan have been despatched to jail until Wednesday 2 March. Azam Khan alongside along with his household surrendered right here today when he reached the MP-MLA Special Court in Rampur.
At the identical time, Superintendent of Police Santosh Kumar Mishra stated that, "The court has ordered Azam Khan, his son Abdullah and wife Fatima to be sent to judicial custody till 2 March."
Today, many instances had been heard, amongst them the matter of getting two start certificates of Abdullah was distinguished.
Know what’s the complete matter?
Actually, two start certificates case of Azam Khan's son Abdullah Azam was occurring trial, Azam Khan and his household bought a start certificates of Abdullah Azam from Rampur municipality, during which his date of start is 1 January 1993, then At the identical time, the second start certificates was made from the hospital in Lucknow, which exhibits the date of start on 30 September 1990.
Due to this case, the court docket ordered him (Azam Khan, his spouse Tanzin Fatim and son Abdullah Azam Khan) to look a number of occasions, however the trio didn’t seem, so the court docket issued a non-bailable warrant. After this, all three reached the court docket today to file bail utility, however the court docket determined to ship the three to judicial custody, suspending the listening to on the bail utility.
Will Azam Khan spend 5 days in jail?
Let me let you know, now the date of March 2 has been fastened for subsequent listening to in ADG 6 court docket of Rampur, until then Azam Khan and his household must spend 5 days in jail. If Azam Khan adopts the High Court's stand and he and his household will not be even relieved by the High Court, they must stay in judicial custody until March 2.