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Where Did Umesh Pal Atiq Ahmed Murder Mafia’s Two Underage Sons Disappear, Prayagraj Police Response In Court On Wife Shaista Allegation, We Have Not Arrested Them



Prayagraj: Police in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh have refused to arrest two sons of gangster Atiq Ahmed in connection with the Umesh Pal murder case. Atiq Ahmed himself has been incarcerated for a long time in Sabarmati prison in Ahmedabad. In fact, after the Umesh Pal murder case, Atiq’s wife, Shaista Parveen, alleged that their two underage sons were arrested by police at their home on February 24 and since then he has not there is no trace of them anymore. According to Shaista, no information about her sons is given by the police at Dhumanganj Police Station, so she asked the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) to request a report from the police.

In response to a petition filed by Shaista Parveen, the court requested a report from the Dhumanganj police on February 28. In this regard, Dhumanganj Police submitted a report to Prayagraj Dinesh Kumar Gautam CJM Court. According to the report, none of the people named Aezan Ahmed and Aban Ahmed (two sons of Ateeq) are in custody. Neither people with such names are registered in the General Journal (GD) of the police nor kept in custody. It was clarified in the report that details in this regard are not available.

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Please advise that Atiq’s wife, Shaista Parveen, has filed a motion with the court alleging that she, her husband, sons and brother-in-law have been named in the murder case. After the February 24 massacre at 6 p.m., police from Dhumanganj police station illegally took away her two minor sons. Since then, he has not been found. The police have been contacted several times about this but no information has been received. It was said in the request that a report should be requested from the police in this regard, if his son is a defendant in any case then details should also be requested. In that case, the court issued a notice to the police asking them to respond by March 2.