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Azam Khan threatens to boycott LS elections

RAMPUR: Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Mohammad Azam Khan has threatened to boycott 2019 Lok Sabha elections over demolition of his illegally-constructed ‘Urdu Gate’ and shifting of Unani Hospital inside the Madrassa-I-Aliya development, which used to be occupied via his Trust.

"Rampur district magistrate (DM) Anjaney Kumar Singh is developing concern amongst minority neighborhood members and SP staff. SP supremo Akhilesh Yadav has been informed,” Khan stated.

“The state authorities and native officials are responsible for the risky state of affairs in Rampur. They have created a Jammu and Kashmir-like state of affairs right here. So, how are we able to expect independent election in this sort of an environment?” Azam Khan requested.

On Thursday night time, Azam Khan had known as a gathering of SP staff. His son, Abdullah Azam from Swar-Tanda Vidhan Sabha, and Naseer Ahmad, a member of Chamraua Vidhan Sabha, along with different MLAs, were provide on the instance.

Rampur DM commented, “We have now not initiated motion in opposition to any institution. All those allegations levelled via Azam Khan in opposition to the authorities are false and baseless. The gate used to be demolished because it used to be illegally constructed. Possession of the government-owned visitor area and the ability area station used to be taken as a result of this is a public belongings. And to preserve the centuries-old Islamic culture, the Unani Hospital used to be again brought into the development of Madrassa-I-Aliya.”

On Khan’s allegations of constructing an atmosphere of concern forward of the Lok Sabha polls, the DM, added, “He (Azam Khan) is giving a political observation and we can now not respond to it. Even the Election Commission has directed us that all public hobby works should now not be stopped all through the polls.”

BJP state spokesperson, Chandra Mohan, stated, “Azam Khan is all the time into politics of ‘blackmailing’. Now, once again he's attacking the govt. and native officials, most effective to divert consideration from his past deeds.”

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