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Allahabad High Court on Prayagraj Hatyakand: The Allahabad High Court commented on the Iqbal of Atiq Ahmed, not the police, in the murder of Umesh Pal in Prayagraj.



Shivpujan Singh, Prayagraj: In Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, the UP government is constantly under attack in the murder case of Umesh Pal, the main witness in the case of the murder of BSP MLA Raju Pal in broad daylight. The public order situation was questioned by the opposition. The question was raised at the meeting. CM Yogi Adityanath warmed up. Talked about mixing the mafia into the ground. Now strong comment from Allahabad High Court has come in this case. The court said that in the area of ​​Dhumanganj police station in Prayagraj, Atiq Ahmed’s confession is valid and not that of the police. The High Court’s comment is contrary to the claims of the Yogi government regarding the rule of law in the state. Now opposition parties have a chance to attack the government citing the court’s remarks.

A great remark was made while hearing a case in the High Court of Allahabad. The High Court in Allahabad has put Yogi government police in the dock over the confessions of mafia Bahubali Atiq Ahmed. The High Court said it appears that in the area of ​​Dhumanganj police station it is not the police but Atiq Ahmed’s confession. This strict comment was made by Judge DK Singh. Made this remark in the case of the murder of Umesh Pal in Sulem Sarai on February 24, 2023 in broad daylight.

In fact, the late Umesh Pal had filed a petition in the Allahabad High Court on January 25, 2005, to quash the bail plea of ​​Farhan, charged with the murder of then Allahabad City West MP Raju Pal. and two offshore security guards. day light. On November 24, 2005, the Court of Sessions granted Farhan bail. His hearing was before the High Court in Allahabad. Meanwhile, Umesh Pal has been murdered.

During the hearing, the High Court said that the defendant Farhan Bahubali is a member of the mafia gang Atiq Ahmed. The petitioner has not only violated bail conditions. After being released on bail, he continued to commit crimes. He has 26 criminal cases registered against him. This includes three for murder, three for kidnapping, two for attempted murder, and major crimes like rape of a minor, Gangster Act, Goonda Act, and SC-ST Act.

The court said letting Farhan go free endangered the lives and safety of witnesses and ordinary citizens. On 24 November 2005, the High Court overturned Farhan’s bail order from the Court of Sessions. His bail was canceled. Police hands are still empty in the Umesh Pal murder case. So far, no success has been achieved in catching the accused of Umesh Pal’s murder. In such a situation, the harsh words of the High Court raised questions about the government’s confessions.