Azam Khan in trouble: Yogi Govt orders strict inquiry against SP Leader

The government has also started clamping down on the close relatives of Mohammad Azam Khan, the former city development minister and senior leader of the Samajwadi Party.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 5 Sep 2020 11:10 AM GMT

Azam Khan in trouble: Yogi Govt orders strict inquiry against SP Leader
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The government has also started clamping down on the close relatives of Mohammad Azam Khan. He is the former city development minister and senior leader of the Samajwadi Party.

The government has also announced to investigate the disturbances related to Azam Khan's ambitious project. The Haj House project before Azam Khan's sister Nikhat's government house was not settled yet.

Yogi Govt orders strict action against Azam Khan:

The list of serious irregularities related to Mohammad Azam Khan, one of the top leaders of the Samajwadi Party, seems to be growing longer. The Yogi government decided to investigate any major complaint received against him, while the evidence of the big scandal of disturbances and rigging started to be found.

Case related to Haj house:

In Rampur, land-related disturbances of Johar University, as well as the possession of Azam Khan's sister on the crores property of Lucknow Municipal Corporation, came to light. Now the latest case is related to Haj House in Lucknow and Ghaziabad. The Minority Welfare Department of the State Government has announced to investigate the construction work of both Haj House with the Special Investigation Team of UP Police based on the complaints received.

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It is being told that serious irregularities have been committed in the construction of Haj House. After getting information about this, the government has decided to conduct an inquiry.

According to the complaint received by the Minorities Department, arbitrary money was spent in erecting both the buildings. This has increased the cost of the project, while the government money has also increased. Lucknow and Ghaziabad Haj houses were built during the tenure of the Samajwadi Party government.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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