Mukhtar Ansari sentenced to 5 years in jail in the 23-year-old case, the second sentence announced in 3 days
After the Yogi government on former MLA Mukhtar Ansari lodged in Banda district jail of Uttar Pradesh, now the troubles are increasing as soon as the court tightens the noose. In fact, after being sentenced to 7 years of imprisonment in the case of threatening the jailer, now Mukhtar has been sentenced to 5 years of imprisonment by the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court in a 23-year-old case under the Gangster Act. Along with this, a fine of Rs 50,000 has also been imposed on Mukhtar. Let us tell you that within 3 days, Mukhtar has been sentenced in 2 cases.
A single bench of Justice Dinesh Kumar Singh of the Lucknow Bench of the High Court has passed this decision on the appeal of the state government. Where the case, in this case, was registered in the year 1999 at Hazratganj police station. However, earlier Mukhtar Ansari has been sentenced to 7 years under 3 different sections for threatening jailer SK Awasthi. was linked to. In such a situation, this decision was also pronounced by a single bench of Justice Dinesh Kumar Singh of the Lucknow Bench of the High Court, while accepting the appeal of the state government.
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Let us tell you that in the year 2003, some people had come to meet the then former MLA Mukhtar Ansari, who was lodged in Lucknow jail. At the same time, when the then jailer SK Awasthi, who had come to meet Mukhtar armed with weapons, should be searched, then the jailed Mukhtar Ansari expressed his displeasure over this. After which he was threatened with death. After this, a case was registered on behalf of Jailor SK Awasthi at Alambagh police station in Lucknow.
At the same time, while hearing the matter, the Lucknow Bench imposed a sentence of 2 years and a fine of 10 thousand to the accused Mukhtar Ansari under Section 353 of the Indian Penal Code. Along with this, a fine of 25 thousand has also been imposed under section 504 with imprisonment of 2 years and a fine of 2 thousand and section 506 with 7 years imprisonment.