Lucknow, November 20 (Language) The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court on Monday rejected the bail plea of MLA Abbas Ansari, son of mafia-politician Mukhtar Ansari, in the arms license case.
The bench of Justice Subhash Vidyarthi has given this order while hearing the bail plea of Abbas Ansari.
The bench, in its order, said that a large number of metallic cartridges were recovered from Ansari, whereas metallic cartridges are banned in the shooting sport. The bench also expressed concern over the fact that accused Ansari committed this act despite being a public representative, hence it is a serious matter.
Ansari’s lawyer said that Ansari is a shooter and has a valid arms license, hence he is entitled to possess three weapons, there is nothing illegal in it.
Ansari’s lawyer also told the court that Delhi authorities had corresponded with Uttar Pradesh authorities regarding the transfer of Ansari’s arms license, hence it cannot be said that Ansari had any information about the transfer of his license. Has hidden.
Opposing the petition, the government lawyer said that a total of eight weapons and more than four thousand metallic cartridges were recovered from Ansari.
A case was registered against Abbas Ansari, MLA of Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party from Mau seat, at the Metropolitan Police Station in Lucknow in October 2019 for fraudulently purchasing several weapons on an arms license.
Ansari had taken arms license at the address of Paper Mill Colony. It is alleged that Ansari had illegally transferred the arms license to the New Delhi address of his father Mukhtar Ansari. During the investigation, revolver, rifle, magazine and cartridges were recovered from Abbas Ansari.
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