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A case of sedition has been filed in Rampur by BJP leader against Aziz Qureshi, former governor of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
An FIR has been registered against former Uttar Pradesh Governor Aziz Qureshi in Rampur’s Civil Lines police station under various sections including sedition. Former Governor Qureshi, who reached the residence of SP MP Azam Khan in Rampur on Saturday night, gave a controversial statement.
Aziz Qureshi, who had been the governor of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh, compared the Yogi government of the state to a demon, a devil and a blood-drinking rogue. On the basis of his statement, BJP leader Akash Saxena has filed a sedition case against the former governor.
Case filed against former governor Aziz Qureshi in Rampur.
The action taken on Azam was told the fight between man and the devil
Former Governor Aziz Qureshi had termed the action against Azam Khan as a fight between the devil and the human. Based on his statement, BJP leader Akash Saxena filed a complaint at the Civil Lines police station. At around 10 pm on Sunday, the police registered a case against former governor Aziz Qureshi. In the report, Akash Saxena has said that the provocative statement of the former governor creates a feeling of hatred and enmity between the two communities. His statement is expected to spoil the atmosphere of Rampur as well as the entire district.
Former Governor Aziz Qureshi had reached Azam Khan’s residence in Rampur at around 10.30 pm on Saturday night.
Azam’s family also accused in the FIR
In the FIR, Akash Saxena has said that it is feared from the statement of Aziz Qureshi that there is a conspiracy by him and Azam Khan’s family to incite riots between two communities. However, the police have named only former Governor Aziz Qureshi among the accused.
litigation under these sections
Rampur Police has registered an FIR against former Governor Aziz Qureshi under IPC 153(a), 153(b), 124(a) and 505(a)(b).
Qureshi had given minority status to Jauhar University
Aziz Qureshi, who was the governor of Uttar Pradesh, on July 11, 2014, accorded the status of a minority institution to Azam Khan’s Jauhar University. The amendment bill to give minority institution status to Jauhar University was pending in the Raj Bhavan for 7 years. On which Aziz Qureshi had signed and approved it. At that time the government of Narendra Modi was formed at the center. On June 24, Uttarakhand Governor Aziz Qureshi was given the additional charge of the Governor of Uttar Pradesh following the resignation of Uttar Pradesh Governor BL Joshi.