The Supreme Courtroom on Friday expressed displeasure over the delay in listening to the bail software of Samajwadi Celebration chief Azam Khan in a land grabbing case, saying “it is a travesty of justice”.
Justices L Nageswara Rao and B R Gavai famous that Mr Khan has obtained bail in 86 out of 87 circumstances, and mentioned it might hear the matter on Could 11.
“He (Khan) has been out on bail in all issues besides one for thus lengthy, it is a travesty of justice. We won’t say something extra. We’ll hear it on Wednesday,” the bench mentioned.
The counsel showing for Mr Khan advised the highest courtroom that the excessive courtroom has reserved its verdict on the bail software.
The Allahabad Excessive Courtroom on Thursday reserved its order on the bail software of Khan within the case of grabbing of enemy property for his Mohammad Ali Jauhar College undertaking.
The excessive courtroom on December 4, 2021 had reserved its resolution. Nevertheless, the state authorities later submitted an software and sought permission to current some new info by means of contemporary affidavits, which have been filed on Thursday.
An FIR was lodged towards Mr Khan and others for alleged grabbing of enemy property and misappropriation of tons of of crores of in public cash.
It was alleged within the FIR that in partition, one Imamuddin Qureshi went to Pakistan and his land was recorded as enemy property, however Mr Khan in collusion with others grabbed the 13.842-hectare plot.
Earlier, the highest courtroom in February had refused interim bail to Mr Khan for campaigning within the Uttar Pradesh elections and requested him to strategy the courtroom involved for expeditious disposal.
The plea filed by Mr Khan had contended that the State has adopted all means obtainable to purposefully delay the proceedings to make sure that he’s incarcerated in the course of the just lately held Uttar Pradesh Meeting elections.
Mr Khan is presently lodged in Sitapur jail in reference to quite a few circumstances, together with that of land grabbing, lodged towards him in Rampur.
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