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Former Congress MLA Booked For ‘Abusing’ Agent In Delhi

Last updated: Nov 26, 2022, 9:30 AM IST

Khan can be seen addressing a rally in the alleged video of the incident.  (Screenshot/ANI)

Khan can be seen addressing a rally in the alleged video of the incident. (Screenshot/ANI)

According to police, Khan, the father of the congress candidate from the Ariba Khan area, addressed a gathering of about 20-30 people in front of the Taiyyab Masjid.

Former MLA congressman Asif Khan, whose daughter is contesting the Delhi municipal elections, is said to have “abused” a police officer in the Shaheen Bagh region when he was questioned for holding a rally without the permission of the state election commission, police said on Friday.

A case has been registered at Shaheen Bagh Police Station under Sections 186 and 353 (Badge or felonious force to deter the officer from fulfilling his duty) of the IPC in connection with the incident, they said.

According to police, Khan, the father of the congress candidate from the Ariba Khan area, addressed a gathering of about 20-30 people in front of the Taiyyab Masjid.

When Sub-Inspector Akshay asked Khan if he had been given permission for the meeting, Khan became “aggressive” and began “misbehaving” towards him, Deputy Commissioner of Police (South East) Esha Pandey claimed.

Khan claimed that he reached Taiyyab Masjid after learning that the AAP candidate had used money to buy votes in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) polls.

“When I resisted, the local police officers tried to stop me from speaking the truth,” he claimed.

In an alleged video of the incident that went viral on social media, Khan can be seen at a rally as the sub-inspector tries to stop him.

The MCD polls are scheduled for December 4.

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