Trouble ahead for Azam Khan, CBI probe against him in Wakf board land case

Photo of the former Minister Azam Khan.

New Delhi: According to the information given by the Uttar Pradesh government central Wakf council, former Minister and Samajwadi Party member Azam Khan along with his wife can be called in for trouble as a CBI investigation can be appealed in the court against them in Wakf board land case.

The report says Azam Khan has failed to carry out his duty to save Waqf and that necessary action to save Waqf properties were not taken by the agencies under his pressure.

While talking to the media, Advocate Ejaz Naqvi went on to say: “The shopkeepers are charged under market rate, but on paper it’s not shown. If you calculate the rent with market price of these shops it will be in crore of rupee. The other discrepancy is that Khan has made a scheme under his trust Maulana Johar Ali Education Trust and misused the Waqf properties. The fees of Rampur Public School are much more than the private schools. In fact, they should not charge any fee.”

He further added: “The fact finding committee has asked Azam Khan to submit his reply to the following agency, but he failed to do so. I will send these reports to Minority Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi for necessary actions.”

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