Bahubali Mukhtar Ansari convicted for threatening jailor, HC sentenced 7 years
Bahubali Mukhtar Ansari has been convicted by the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court in a criminal case of the Alambagh police station in the capital. The court sentenced Mukhtar Ansari to 7 years imprisonment under section 506 of the IPC and imposed a fine of Rs 25,000.
Let us inform that on 28 April 2003, an FIR was registered in the Alambagh police station. The then jailer SK Awasthi had filed a case against Mukhtar Ansari. This matter was on 23rd April 2003 at 10:30 in the morning. Some people had come to meet the then MLA Mukhtar Ansari in jail. Mukhtar Ansari was furious when these people were searched.
Mukhtar Ansari took a revolver from a young man who had come to meet him and pointed it at SK Awasthi. Showing his revolver, Mukhtar threatened to kill jailer SK Awasthi. On 23 December 2020, the MP MLA Court had acquitted Mukhtar in this case. The government had appealed in the High Court against the decision of the MP MLA Court. On the appeal of the government, the bench of Justice Dinesh Kumar Singh in the High Court sentenced Mukhtar.
Under Section 506 of the IPC, Mukhtar Ansari was sentenced to 7 years imprisonment and fined 25 thousand rupees. The High Court sentenced him to two years imprisonment under section 353 of the IPC and imposed a fine of 10 thousand rupees. At the same time, sentenced to 2 years imprisonment and fined 2 thousand rupees under section 504 of IPC. The court decided to run all the sentences together. In total, a sentence of 7 years has been given.
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