Jaya Prada reprehensible remark case: Court rejects MP SP’s request for discharge | Bareilly News
Bareilly: The deputy’s / MLA’s court on Wednesday rejected the request for release filed by Party deputy Samajwadi (SP) ST Hasan, former district chairman of Sambhal Firoz Khan, former chairman of Rampur nagar palika Azhar Khan and others, in the event that “objectionable remarks” were made against actor-turned-politician Jaya Prada during a public rally in Moradabad in 2019.
Lawyer Virendra Kumar Sharma, representing Hasan, Firoz and Azhar in the case, filed for release in court on October 25.
Special prosecutor Mohanlal Vishnoi said the case was heard by the MP / MLA special court and the request for release was denied. The case will now be heard on December 2.
Veteran SP leader Azam Khan also reportedly filed for release in the case earlier and the court rejected it as well.
Notably, the plaintiff, Mustafa Hussain, a resident of Civil Lines in Rampur, had moved the MP / MLA court and requested the collection of voice samples from the viral video of the incident to verify its authenticity.
The court had granted permission, after which the voice samples were sent to the Lucknow Forensic Service in August. According to the forensic report, the voice samples were matched and verified as being from the SP MP. Hasan was brought to court in September.
FIR was registered at Rampur Civil Lines police station in 2019 against Azam Khan, his son Abdullah, Hasan, Firoz, Azhar and another person reporting to various sections of the IPC for making “inappropriate statements” against Jaya Prada during a poll in Moradabad.