Atiq’s plea before the Supreme Court
Former Samajwadi party leader and mobster Atiq Ahmed has addressed the Supreme Court arguing for his safety. He said he was also involved in the Umesh Pal murder case. His life is in danger. Atiq is currently being held in Ahmedabad Central Jail. Atiq appealed to the Supreme Court to ensure that he was not injured during his interrogation in police custody. He protested against his plans to transfer from Ahmedabad prison to UP prison, saying that if taken to UP he should be placed under the protection of the central security forces.
It was said in the petition that the CM made a statement to the assembly that he will mix the mafia into the ground. Given this, he may be a victim of an encounter. Say Umesh Pal was shot in Prayagraj in the past. Umesh Pal was the main witness in the murder of BSP MP Raju Pal. Former MP Atiq Ahmed is accused of shooting.
Letter from Atiq’s wife to CM
Shaista Parveen, wife of former MP Bahubali Atiq Ahmed, sent a letter to CM Yogi Adityanath and Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court regarding the demolition of the house. It was said in the letter that his rented house was illegally demolished and that weapons were kept in the house in a fake manner. A UP cabinet minister associated with Prayagraj and his wife were also charged with conspiracy. In the letter, a request was made by the CM and the Chief Justice to conduct a judicial or magistrate’s inquiry into the matter. There is also an allegation of having removed Rs 1.5 lakh cash and Rs 7 lakh jewelry from the house. Shaista Parveen also filed a complaint on the CM portal.
Ashraf’s wife in custody
In the Umesh Pal murder case, the police continually raid the accused. However, the police are finding it very difficult to reach the defendants, which is why the police want to reach them through their relatives. In this episode, Wednesday morning, police took Ruby, wife of Bahubali Atiq’s brother, Khalid Azim alias Ashraf, into custody from the village of Hatwa. Ashraf’s in-laws house is in the village of Hatwa. The police are also looking for Ashraf’s brothers-in-law, Saddam, Gaddafi and Faisal.