MP from Rampur seat and former minister Azam Khan and his son Abdullah are not taking any name for the trouble. However, Azam, his wife and son Abdullah all three are currently lodged in Sitapur jail.
Meanwhile, Azam’s son Abdullah has been tightened. The Chief Accounts Officer has issued a notice to Abdullah, ordering him to deposit Rs 65 lakh as salary and allowances while being an MLA.
Abdullah Khan contested in the 2017 assembly by-election on the ticket of SP from Swar assembly constituency from where he won and became an MLA. After this Abdullah Khan was accused of contesting elections on the basis of fake certificates.
Nawab Kazim Ali Khan alias Naved Mian, who was a BSP candidate during the by-election, filed a writ in the High Court. It was stated that Abdullah contested on the basis of fake certificate. In the case, the High Court quashed the legislature in view of the flaws in the certificates.
After the High Court order Azam’s son Abdullah was canceled, the seat was declared vacant in February 2020. Deputy Secretary and Chief Accounts Officer of the Assembly Secretariat Anuj Kumar Pandey has issued a notice to Abdullah Azam.
In which it has been said that he has used 65 lakh 68 thousand 713 rupees as salary allowance and other facilities while being an MLA. This amount has to be recovered. Submit it within three months. He told that the amount that will be recovered from Abdullah will be deposited in the government fund.