Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan has expressed his fear of being involved in a shootout similar to the one involving Gangster Atiq Ahmed. Khan made the statement during a press conference in Rampur, Uttar Pradesh.
Khan stated that he was afraid that the state government would try to kill him in a fake encounter. He claimed that the government was targeting him because of his political affiliations.
The Samajwadi Party leader also accused the government of trying to intimidate him by filing false cases against him and his family members. He stated that the government was trying to silence his voice by using such tactics.
Khan’s comments come at a time when there is increasing concern about the use of fake encounters by the police in Uttar Pradesh. Gangster Atiq Ahmed was recently killed in a shootout with the police, and there are allegations that the encounter was staged.
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The Samajwadi Party has been a vocal critic of the government’s policies in the state. They have accused the government of trying to suppress dissent and of using strong-arm tactics to silence opposition voices.
Khan’s statements have been met with mixed reactions. Some have criticized him for making unsubstantiated allegations against the government. Others have expressed concern about the increasing use of fake encounters in the state and the need for greater transparency and accountability.
Overall, Khan’s comments highlight the ongoing tensions between the Samajwadi Party and the government in Uttar Pradesh. They also underscore the need for greater transparency and accountability in the state’s law enforcement agencies.
The Samajwadi Party has vowed to continue to fight for the rights of the people of Uttar Pradesh and to hold the government accountable for its actions. They have called for an independent inquiry into the recent shootout involving Gangster Atiq Ahmed and for greater transparency in the state’s law enforcement agencies.