SP leader Azam Khan out of Sitapur jail after SC grants him interim bail

Senior Samajwadi Party pioneer Azam Khan was let out of the Sitapur prison in Uttar Pradesh on Friday morning, a day after the Supreme Court allowed him in-between time bail in a supposed swindling case.

Khan’s child and MLA Abdullah Azam, Pragatisheel Samajwadi Party (Lohiya) pioneer Shivpal Singh Yadav and countless allies invited the senior SP pioneer upon his delivery.

He left for his local Rampur following the release.

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The jailor of Sitapur jail, R S Yadav, said the delivery request was gotten around 11 pm on Thursday and subsequent to following all methods, Azam Khan was delivered around 8 am on Friday.

The Supreme Court conceded him break abandon Thursday. A neighborhood MP-MLA court had sent a letter to the Sitapur Jail organization late in the late evening looking for the arrival of the senior SP pioneer.

Azam Khan was stopped in prison throughout the previous 27 months regarding a few cases, including that of land getting. The award of the break bail by the Supreme Court made ready for his delivery from jail. PTI

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