Atique Ahmed, a mafia-turned-politician, was killed, prompting the former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Akhilesh Yadav, to raise concerns about the state of law and order in the state.
Yadav, speaking specifically to the police in Uttar Pradesh, claimed that crime “had reached its peak in the state” and that “crime morale is high.”
“One can only picture the situation for the general population when someone may be murdered in broad daylight while being encircled by a security perimeter. The purported encounter killings are causing a fearful mood among the populace. “It appears that some individuals are purposefully fostering such an environment,” Akhilesh Yadav tweeted in Hindi. Atique and Ashraf were handcuffed and subjected to some media questioning, as seen in the pictures. Atiq began to speak,He was shot in the head almost point blank, from behind. Ashraf was also shot and killed.
Atiq Ahmed was charged with murder in both the February 2017 Umesh Pal murder case as well as the 2005 BSP MLA Raju Pal murder case.More information is awaited.On April 13, Asad was killed during a conflict in Jhansi.
He and Ghulam were both wanted in connection with the Prayagraj murder of Umesh Pal, and they were both slain.On their heads, each of them wore a reward of Rs. 5 lakhs. Weapons created abroad, according to the authorities, were found.Mafia-turned-politician Atiq Ahmed’s son Asad and Maksudan’s son Ghulam were both sought in the Prayagraj murder of Umesh Pal and were both carrying a reward of Rs. 5 lakhs when they were slain in an encounter with the UPSTF team near Jhansi, which was led by DySP Navendu and DySP Vimal.
sophisticated weapons developed abroad discovered,” the UP STF reported.Atiq Ahmed and his brother Ashraf were hauled to the CJM Court in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, on the same day that Asad was killed in the encounter.