Lucknow: Three days after over 2,500 rare stolen books had been recovered from the library of Mohammad Ali Jauhar University – which SP leader Azam Khan founded – his spouse called the raids a conspiracy to defame Khan. Tanzeem Fatima, Rajya Sabha’s MP and spouse of Lok Sabha MP from Rampur Azam Khan, said the district administration acquired no permission to enter the university premises. She also claimed that farmers have been threatened and compelled by district management to inn court cases in opposition to her husband.
“The accusations on the Jauhar University and my husband are absolutely baseless and false. No permission became taken from any University legit earlier than coming into the university premises. The books, which are stated to be stolen, have been bought in cartons and jute sacks in automobiles that entered the college for raids using the district administration; our dependable resources have informed us. That is why even media changed into now not allowed in the library during the raids. Had the media people been allowed, they could have visible this themselves,” Fatima advised News18.
Fatima similarly claimed that Rs 6 lakh coins, stored in an almirah within the chancellor’s office, have been missing because of the day of raids. “Money supposed for Zakat (charity) amounting to around Rs 6 lakh is lacking from the almirah stored inside the Chancellor’s workplace. The police officers took the cash, which was intended to support bad students who cannot pay their costs. The lock of chancellor’s office become additionally damaged.” She stated that the farmers had been faulty, scared, and threatened via the administration to resort clean instances against Khan. “The police and district management are on an undertaking to malign the picture of Azam Khan at the behest of the national government.
Joint raids have been carried out via the police and district management at Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Azam Khan’s Mohammad Ali Jauhar University in Rampur on Wednesday and recovered books that had been allegedly stolen from a 250-yr-old madrasa. The search for books persisted, and when Khan’s son, Abdullah Azam, allegedly attempted to intrude in the investigation, he changed into taken into custody for a while. Speaking to News18, Rampur SP Ajay Pal Sharma stated, “MLA Abdullah Azam turned into looking to restrict the hunt operation of the police, after which he became taken into custody. Till now, around 2,500 books have been recovered.”
The group becomes probing a case registered closing month related to the robbery of several books from the historical Madrasa Aliya in Rampur. Investigation inside the case started on June sixteen after Zubair Khan, major of Oriental College in Rampur, in advance known as Madarsa Aliya, lodged an FIR alleging over nine 000 books have been stolen and brought to the library in Jauhar University. The recovered books are historical and treasured, police said. Madrasa Aliya is ready 250 years vintage.
Speaking to the media, Abdullah termed the probe “vendetta.” “This isn’t always an investigation. They [state government] try to finish an academic group. They have no search warrant, and the whole thing is being executed at the behest of the authorities.” “The raids that commenced yesterday (Tuesday) are persevering with. The joint raids of the police and district management persisted at the university on Wednesday. Rare books were recovered there,” Director General of Police OP Singh said.
AAP Govt to Launch Overseas Scholarship Scheme for Dalit Students
New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party government is developing a scheme to fund higher research of around a hundred Dalit college students in remote places. Meritorious college students are inclined to pursue M Phil and Ph.D. Guides in the fields of art, agriculture, regulation, remedy, engineering, and so forth will apply under the scheme. The notion can be placed before the cupboard soon, Delhi’s SC/ST Minister Rajendra Pal Gautam informed PTI.
It’s going on for the primary time in Delhi, he stated. The authorities will offer economic help as much as Rs 10 lakh for a two-yr course and Rs 20 lakh for a 4-year direction to around one hundred candidates. A circle of relatives’ earnings ceiling of Rs 6 lakh is expected, he said. “Pursuing higher studies abroad fees an amazing deal of money. We haven’t any dearth of talented people who can accomplish anything given equal opportunities. The AAP authorities have decided to preserve their hand,” the minister said. “Saiyyaji Rao Gaekwad, the erstwhile ruler of Baroda nation, funded Bhim Rao Ambedkar’s education abroad, giving him a threat to exhibit his talent and the relaxation is history,” he added.