However, subsequently the matter was shifted to Allahabad following the setting up of special court here to deal with cases pending against elected state legislators and members of Parliament.
Therefore, this case was registered against them alleging stopping police from exercising its duties.
The court took cognizance of the chargeseet and issued summons against them.
After investigation, the police submitted chargesheet against them.
ALLAHABAD: Taking a serious note of non-appearance before the court despite previous orders, the special court (MP and MLA) on Saturday issued non-bailable warrants against Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan , his son Mohd Abdullah Azam Khan, who is also an MLA, and three others in connection with a case registered against them at Moradabad in 2008.Passing the order, special judge Pawan Kumar Tiwari fixed January 21 as the next date of the matter.In a case registered at Thana Gate of Moradabad district on October 2, 2008, it was alleged that when police stopped a car having black film, Azam Khan, his son Abdullah and others created ruckus and sat on dharna on the road.
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