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Man running a case against Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath arrested for raping a woman

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On Wednesday, a 64-year-old man has been arrested by the Police as he was found guilty for raping a woman. The old man is the same person who in various courts has been pursuing a criminal case against Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath since 2007.

Regarding the arrest of an old man in the rape case, Superintendent of Police (City), Vinay Singh said that Pervez Parvaz and another man Mahmood alias Jumman raped a woman. Mahmood alias Jumman can be described as an ‘occultist’, he added.

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SP City Vinay Singh briefed our sources that the woman who was brutally raped by the two found guilty came to visit Jumman for treatment of some ailment. A medical examination which was performed over the woman has confirmed rape, he added.

Superintendent of Police (City), Vinay Singh said, “Parvaz was arrested Tuesday evening from a house in Nakhas area of Kotwali police station jurisdiction, he was remanded in judicial custody on Wednesday. The police department is on the lookout for his accomplice Jumman,” the officer added.

As per the sources, Parvaz, a social activist, filed an FIR against Adityanath at Kotwali police station in Gorakhpur. The FIR was lodged against the present Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh on January 27, 2007, for promoting communal hatred between two sections of the society.

Parvaz targeted Adityanath for the “hate speech” that at the time became the sole reason behind several violent incidents. The violence had continued for a few days.

The charge sheet against Adityanath was taken into consideration by a magisterial court but the orders from magisterial court were set aside by the sessions court. Parvaz then moved the Allahabad High Court against the sessions court order in order to take actions against Adityanath.

The plea of Parvaz regarding the charge sheet was dismissed by the high court which made him knock the doors of the Supreme Court.

 

 

 

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