5 SP leaders, including former cabinet minister, have been booked for violation of prohibitory orders
Baliya. The police have filed a case against former SP and Mohammad Ziauddin Rizvi, including five SP leaders, and against 35 to 45 unidentified persons for violating the prohibitory orders imposed to prevent the spread of covid-19 and the spread of the epidemic. The police gave this information on Tuesday. According to the police, this case was registered by SP workers against the sub-officer of Sikandpur tehsil for taking out a procession in a land related matter.
Vipin Singh, in-charge of Ballia city Kotwali, told that on Tuesday evening the outpost in-charge of the city Kotwali, on the complaint of civil lines, former cabinet minister Mohammad Ziauddin Rizvi, SP district president and former chairman of the district panchayat Rajmangal Yadav, former MLA Sangram Singh Yadav A case has been registered against the leaders named and 35 to 45 unidentified people under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and Epidemic Act. He said that the police is investigating the case. It is noteworthy that Samajwadi Party took out a procession from Sikanderpur in protest against the activities of Sangam Lal Yadav, Deputy District Magistrate of Sikanderpur Tehsil of the district. The procession had reached the district headquarters from Sikanderpur and a memorandum was handed over to the District Magistrate.