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Uttar Pradesh: Special courtroom points NBW towards Azam Khan’s spouse, son in two delivery certificates case

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Uttar Pradesh: Special court issues NBW against Azam Khan's wife, son in two birth certificates case

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LUCKNOW: A day after Samajwadi Party (SP) MLA Azam Khan was granted bail in a case associated to the unlawful occupation of ‘enemy property,’ his spouse and son received embroiled in one other litigation getting a non-bailable warrant (NBW) issued towards them by the Rampur particular MP/MLA courtroom on Thursday.

While issuing the NBW towards Tazeen Fatima and her son and SP MLA from Suar, Abdullah Azam, the MP/MLA courtroom set the deadline of May 16 for the give up failing which the duo could be arrested by the district police.

The non-bailable warrant has now been issued towards Azam’s spouse and his son in reference to a case of two delivery certificates. According to a report, within the case registered by Ganj police, Azam and Tazeen received two delivery certificates issued for his or her son from two locations. Both certificates have two completely different dates of delivery. Both have been allegedly fabricated and used for private features, in keeping with the complainant Akash Saxena.

In this case, the mom and son have been supposed to look within the courtroom on Wednesday however they didn’t present up. 

As per the sources, each Tazeen Fatima and Abdullah had offered an apology within the courtroom for non-attendance on Wednesday however the courtroom cancelled it and issued the NBW.

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While public prosecutor Arun Prakash Saxena knowledgeable the MP/MLA Court (ACGM First) Rampur needed to hear the matter associated to crime quantity 4/19 concerning two delivery certificates on Wednesday, it was argued on behalf of Tazeen Fatima and Abdullah within the courtroom that their legal professionals who couldn’t come as they needed to come from Delhi. Consequently, the cross-examination couldn’t happen on Wednesday.

On this foundation, the apology needs to be accepted. But the courtroom didn’t settle for the argument.

On the opposite hand, Azam Khan’s bail utility was heard within the Supreme Court on Wednesday. The apex courtroom posted the matter for the subsequent listening to subsequent Tuesday. The courtroom has additionally sought a reply from the Uttar Pradesh authorities on this regard.