UTTAR PRADESH: Yesterday the court issued non-bailable warrants against the son and wife of Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan in a fake birth certificate case. Advocate Arun Saxena said that Azam Khan and his mother also issued the warrants for non-appearance in the court in his fake birth certificate case.
The case was filed in the year 2019 by BJP leader Akash Saxena at Ganj police station in Rampur in connection with the issue of a fake birth certificate to Abdullah Azam Khan.
On Wednesday, during the hearing in the said case, the witnesses present in the court could not be examined as Mr. Abdullah and his mother Tazin Fatma were not present at that time. Later, the court issued a non-bailable warrant against the two accused.
Meanwhile, a team of the Enforcement Directorate reached Rampur on Wednesday to probe allegations of illegal collection of funds and embezzlement by the Jauhar Trust, the governing body of the Mohammad Ali Jauhar University.
A senior district official said that the officers of the Enforcement Directorate conducted an inspection inside the Jauhar University campus. Additional District Magistrate and other officers along with a large police team were also present to assist them in the investigation.
The next date of the hearing is on May 16.
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