Following the violence on 20 December during the protest against the citizenship law, 200 such people were identified who threatened the peace of Firozabad. Banne Khan’s name is also included in these 200 people.
Lucknow: Firozabad police of Uttar Pradesh have identified two hundred people and issued notices to protest against the citizenship law so that there is no risk of disturbing the peace. After the notice is issued, questions are being raised on the action of the police. Police has sent a notice against a deceased person. A person named Banne Khan died about 6 years ago.
According to the notice issued by Firozabad Police, the deceased Banne Khan has to appear before the City Magistrate. According to the notice, Banne Khan has to fill Rs 10 lakh and seek bail.
Let us tell you that after the violence that took place on 20 December against the citizenship law, 200 such people were identified who threatened the peace of Firozabad. Banne Khan’s name is also included in these 200 people.
90-year-old Shufi Ansar Hussain’s name included in the notice
Apart from Banne Khan, 90-year-old Shufi Ansar Hussain’s name is also included in the list. Shufi Ansar has been engaged in the service of Jama Masjid for the last nearly 58 years. Apart from this, the name of 93-year-old Fasahat Mir Khan is also in this list. Fasahat Khan is a well-known social worker. He has also met President Kalam.
After getting the notice to Fasahat Khan, the son said, “Fasahat Mir Khan is a name who is a social worker. My father has the privilege of meeting President APJ Abdul Kalam at Rashtrapati Bhavan and does not understand that he is banned.