Politician Firoz Khan And Noor -Ul- Haq Surrenders In Court

Politician Firoz Khan And N00r -Ul- Haq Surrendes in Jamshedpur Court On Monday.

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Jamshedpur, 21 November 2017 : Politician Firoz Khan and Nurul Haq AKA Jhunnu Surrendered in court on monday.

Both were accused of  roughhousing during an event organised by their organisation MEM (Muslim Ekta manch) in gandhi maidan , Mango.

Both of them came inside the court campus at 02:00 pm on monday and entered the court room before mango police reached court.

In the court of Justice M.M Pradhan a request for bail was made by their lawyer Zahid Iqbal but it was rejected and they were sent to jail.

Case And Charges

A case was filed on the statement of  Mango Police Station Incharge, Budhram Uraon against Firoz Khan, Sheru, Sonu, Zaki Azmal and 68 others names and 500 unknown after the event of MEM at mango gandhi maidan on 20th May 2017.

The two accused had protested violently in reaction after four cattle traders were lynched on suspicion of being child-lifters at Rajnagar village in the adjoining Seraikela-Kharsawan district on May 18.

It may be mentioned four youths, Sheikh Naim (35) resident of Phulpal, Sheikh Sajju (25), Sheikh Siraj (26) and Sheikh Halim (28), all residents of Haldipokhar, were lynched at Rajnagar while they were going to buy cattle from Haldiopokhar to Rajnagar on May 18.

Notably, after four cattle traders were lynched in Rajnagar in adjoining Seraikela-Kharsawan district, the members of Muslim Ekta Manch had given a call for Mango bandh as a mark of protest. The bandh supporters had resorted to  violence on the street after forcing the shops and business establishments to remain closed on May 20.

The incident was triggered when members of a newly formed social outfit (Muslim Ekta Manch), who had given a call to close down shops in minority areas, to condole lynching of four youths (all from minority communities) at a village in Rajnagar block in neighbouring Seraikela-Kharsawan district started enforcing closure of shops in Purulia Road passing through minority dominated pockets.