In a major turn of events, Samajwadi Party’s senior leader Azam Khan, and his son Abdullah Azam were transferred to two other jails to separate them. Reportedly, both, Azam Khan and his son Abdullah Azam were imprisoned in Rampur Jail. Now they have been shifted to Sitapur District Jail and Hardoi District Jail respectively. The transfer of Azam Khan and his son from Rampur Jail to two other jails happened on Sunday, October 22, 2023. But before their transfer from Rampur Jail, Samajwadi Party senior leader Azam Khan expressed his concerns over his security. He said they could be killed in an encounter during the transfer. Since Ajam Khan expressed his concern over his security, this news has become one of the headlines for the news channels. People have become curious about Azam Khan and his son’s transfer. If you are also scrambling to the web regarding the same, stick with this page and go through it till the end. Swipe down the page.
However, the father and son were taken to different jails in separate police vehicles with sufficient security. Reportedly, Azam Khan and Abdullah Khan were taken out of the jail at around 4:40 a.m. on Sunday morning and they reached their destinations at around 9 a.m. The Director of General of Prisons, SN Sabat cited, “The father-son duo was taken to the jails in separate police vehicles with adequate security cover. Both of them stepped out of Rampur jail at around 4:40 am and reached their destinations at around 9 am.”
Azam Khan told the media after stepping out of the Rampur Jail that anything could happen to him. He further added that he and his son could be killed in the encounter. The frightened SP Leader, Azam Khan also urged the police officers to let him sit in the window seat when he was asked to sit in the middle of the rear seat of the car in which he was being transferred from Rampur Jail to Sitapur Jail on Sunday morning. Azam Khan said, “I will not be able to sit in the middle,” Rampur court convicted SP leader Azam Khan, his wife Tazeen Fatima, and son Abdullah Azam last week, in a 2019 fake birth certificate case. Magistrate Shobit Bansal announced the maximum seven-year sentence to all of them. Stay tuned to this website for more details and further updates.