New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Saturday registered three FIRs at Jamia Nagar police station after the Anti Corruption Bureau performed raids on the premises of Aam Aadmi Social gathering MLA Amanatullah Khan and his aides within the nationwide capital on Friday.The South East District Police lodged two FIRs towards the AAP MLA’s aide, Hamid Ali and Kausar Imam Siddique, whereas the third one was lodged for obstructing the ACB’s raid occasion within the discharge of presidency work. The police registered its first case towards a detailed aide of Khan, Hamid Ali (54) below the Arms Act. Ali was arrested by the police earlier within the day after the ACB performed raids at his premises and recovered one unlawful weapon, some reside cartridges, and Rs 12 lakh from his possession.
The second case has been registered towards Kausar Imam Siddique alias Laddan, from whom one country-made pistol and three reside rounds have been recovered. As per the knowledge, Siddique is at present evading arrest.The police additional registered the third case for obstructing the raiding occasion of ACB within the discharge of presidency work. These concerned on this are being recognized.
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The Anti-Corruption Bureau arrested AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan on Friday in reference to the Delhi Waqf Board corruption case on the premise of the restoration of incriminating materials and proof towards him throughout the performed searches. A weapon was discovered at one of many places. It’s learnt that he couldn’t present any license of the recovered arms (Breta pistol). Nevertheless, the MLA got here out in his defence and stated that he was arrested in a “baseless and outright faux” case.The AAP MLA was arrested after the ACB raided 4 places associated to Khan and his enterprise accomplice, from the place money and weapons have been recovered.
The ACB had summoned Khan in reference to the case which pertains to monetary misappropriation and different irregularities within the functioning of the Delhi Waqf Board.In accordance with the officers, a complete of Rs 24 lakh in money was recovered together with two unlawful weapons.