Akhilesh Yadav on Azam Khan Case: Azam Khan has not been released even after getting bail from the High Court. A new case has also been registered against him, due to which Azam Khan’s problems may increase. Now his party SP chief Akhilesh Yadav has expressed hope that Azam Khan will come out of jail soon.

Government does not want Azam’s release – Akhilesh
SP Chief Akhilesh Yadav said about Azam Khan that, I hope that the way the debate in the High Court and Supreme Court has been completed, Azam Khan will come out very soon. It has been a constant effort of the government that there should be so much pressure on them that they cannot even get out of jail. We hope justice will be done to them.

Supreme Court’s strict remarks
More than 80 cases have been registered against Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan. In which many strange cases like buffalo theft, goat theft are also included. But just after getting bail from the High Court, another case was registered against Azam. For which the police has now been reprimanded by the Supreme Court. The court said that after bail in one case, another case was registered. It is understandable if 1-2 cases are registered against someone, but 89 cases have been registered one after the other. Due to which that person is in jail for 2 years. After the displeasure of the Supreme Court, the UP government was asked to file an affidavit. Now the hearing will be held on May 17.

High Court strict regarding Azam Khan
Even though the High Court has ruled to grant bail to Azam Khan due to health reasons, the court also made a strong remark against him. In which the High Court said that Azam misused his position in the intoxication of power. The court even said that on getting strength, a person does not leave even God. The court said, “Azam Khan is being granted interim bail because of his age of 72 years and ill health.” The court has also asked Azam Khan to submit his passport for bail.

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