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High Court Refutes Awaiting Bond To Samajwadi Leader Azam Khan

The bond appeal was relocated by Azam Khan’s legal representatives Kapil Sibal as well as IB Singh. (Documents)

Lucknow:

The Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court on Friday declined the awaiting bond appeal of Samajwadi Celebration MP Mohd Azam Khan about visit of 1,300 designers, staffs as well as clerks at Uttar Pradesh Jal Nigam throughout the previous regimen. When Azam Khan was the Urban Advancement Priest,

The employment was brought out.

Azam Khan is presently going through therapy at a personal healthcare facility in Lucknow after he checked favorable for coronavirus.

Passing the order, Justice Rajeev Singh claimed Azam Khan is currently in judicial custodianship in case as he was offered a warrant on November 19 in 2014 in the Sitapur prison and also thus the awaiting bond appeal was not maintainable.

The bond appeal was relocated by Azam Khan’s legal representatives Kapil Sibal as well as IB Singh.

Added Federal Government Supporter Santosh Kumar Mishra opposed the bond appeal, saying that the court worried had actually sent out a warrant to Azam Khan in the Sitapur prison as well as it was offered on him the following day.

So, he is currently regarded to be in judicial custodianship in case, therefore, his awaiting bond appeal is not maintainable, the legal representative claimed.

At this, Azam Khan’s legal representatives sent that if he is regarded to be in judicial custodianship, he has to be qualified to skip bond since the fee sheet in case was submitted on May 25 this year, after 90-day duration from November 19.

The court claimed Azam Khan might relocate the ideal court for default bond which the very same can not be thought about by the High Court at this phase.

( Besides the heading, this tale has actually not been modified by NDTV team as well as is released from a syndicated feed.)(*)

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