22 years old case against Bahubali Mukhtar Ansari, will now testify on 22

22 years old case against Bahubali Mukhtar Ansari, will now testify on 22

 The process of testimony against Mukhtar Ansari, lodged in Banda Jail, could not start. Special judge MP/MLA cheating charges were framed against him on October 8 in a 22-year-old case. The testimony did not take place due to the non-appearance of the plaintiff of the case, the then SHO Shiv Shankar Shukla. The court has fixed October 22 for hearing. In the appearance held through video conferencing, Ansari told the threat of his life. On which the court directed the Principal Secretary to ensure necessary action.

In March 1999, police-administration officers raided the Central Jail. Mobile, bulletproof jacket was recovered from Ansari's barracks. A case was registered against Ansari on behalf of the then SHO Shiv Shankar Shukla under the sections of fraud and criminal conspiracy. Chargesheet was filed against him in the court. Ansari had applied for discharge from the charges against him in August this year. Which was rejected by the court on 22 September.

Ansari was produced through video conferencing on Tuesday in the court of Special Judge MP/MLA Neeraj Gautam. But the witnesses did not appear. The court has now fixed October 22 for hearing. Ordered the SSP to ensure the service of summons to the witnesses. On appearance, Ansari said that his life was in danger in the jail. The court directed the Principal Secretary and the government to ensure necessary action and inform them.

These are ten witnesses from the side of the prosecution

There are ten witnesses in the trial including the then DM Rajendra Kumar Tiwari. Rajendra Kumar Tiwari is presently the Chief Secretary. While nine other witnesses include the then SSP Subesh Kumar Singh, SP City DC Mishra, Chief Medical Officer AK Saxena, ADM City AK Singh, City Magistrate PN Dubey, Senior Superintendent Central Jail Kedar Nath, Jailor Kuldeep Narayan, SHO Shivshankar Shukla and Sub Inspector Rupendra Gaur. To have a testimony. 

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Priyanka Gandhi detained by Lucknow Police, was going to Agra to meet the victim's family

Priyanka Gandhi detained by Lucknow Police, was going to Agra to meet the victim's family

Lucknow. Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was taken into custody by Lucknow Police. In fact, on October 19, the sanitation worker died in police custody in Agra. After which Priyanka Gandhi was going to Agra to meet the victim's family on Wednesday, when she was taken into custody by the Lucknow Police.

Is section 144 imposed everywhere? 

In a conversation with news agency ANI, Priyanka said that the situation of the police themselves has become such that they are not able to say anything. His officers also know that this is wrong and there is no law and order issue behind it. Everywhere it is said that there is section 144. Police Commissioner DK Thakur said that the District Magistrate of Agra had made a written request to the Lucknow Police that leaders of political parties coming to Agra from the capital should not be allowed to come there in view of law and order.

Significantly,  Arun, who worked as a sweeper, was taken into custody for the theft of Rs 25 lakh from the Malkhana of Jagdishpura police station in Agra. During this he was interrogated. The police officer had told that on  Tuesday night, Arun's house was being searched, during which the condition of the accused started deteriorating. He was immediately taken to the hospital where doctors declared him brought dead.

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