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- Delhi Police cancels Abbas’ arms license
- Case filed in Kotwali, the metropolis of the capital
The investigation against Abbas Ansari, son of Mukhtar Ansari, MLA from Bahubali and Mau in Purvanchal, revealed a case of purchasing multiple weapons on an arms license. Investigations have revealed that Abbas’s Glock pistol and spare barrel are also illegal. In this case, a case has been registered against Abbas in Kotwali, the metropolis of the capital Lucknow. The investigation of which has been transferred to STF. On the other hand, Delhi Police has revoked Abbas’ arms license.
The ACP metropolis had written a letter to the Rifle Association of India about Abbas Ansari asking whether the .38 bore Glock pistol and three spare barrels registered on Abbas’ license were used in shooting or not? In response to Rifle Association Secretary Rajiv Bhatia sent to the Metropolitan ACP, it is not allowed to be used. The ACP metropolis has handed over the entire case to the ASTF. After which Abbas’s troubles are bound to increase.
Bought eighth facto despite investigation
According to the STF, after strict scrutiny of the investigating agency, Abbas had submitted all seven of his papers. But he was also able to import the eighth Ashala from Slovakia. As per the rules, this fact is also illegally imported from abroad which is a 30.06 bore rifle and a personal .300 spare barrel. However, this is also not registered on Abbas’ arms license and is trying to recover from Delhi Police and STF.
Got stay from high court
On October 19, Abbas Ansari, son of Bahubali MLA Mukhtar Ansari, was granted a stay by the Lucknow bench of the High Court in connection with the possession of multiple arms on an arms license. A division bench of Justice Shabihul Hasnain and Justice Rekha Dixit has summoned the state government for four weeks with the stay on Abbas’s arrest for the time being.