Topic: Azam Khan
A Rampur court on Wednesday acquitted Samajwadi Party founding leader Azam Khan in a 2019 hate speech case. Khan’s conviction in the case last year led to Khan losing his Assembly membership, resulting in a bypoll, which was won by the BJP’s Akash Saxena.
The Supreme Court, on Wednesday, agreed to take up the plea filed by Samajwadi Party’s Mohammed Abdullah Azam Khan, who has now been disqualified from Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly after he was convicted and sentenced to 2 year imprisonment in a 15-year-old case.
Samajwadi Party MLA and one of the vocal critics of BJP government in Uttar Pradesh, Abdullah Azam Khan, was disqualified from the UP Assembly on Wednesday, two days after a court sentenced him to two-year imprisonment in a 15-year-old case.
Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan was convicted on Thursday by a Rampur court in a 2019 hate speech case. The case was filed against Khan...
The Supreme Court agreed to hear on Thursday a plea of Samajwadi Party senior leader Azam Khan against the alleged takeover and other unjustified actions of the Uttar Pradesh government against the Muhammad Ali Jauhar University at Rampur.
The Enforcement Directorate has summoned Samajwadi Party senior leader and Uttar Pradesh MLA Azam Khan, his wife and son to appear before it in a case related to alleged illegal acquisition of property.