Mukhtar Ansari’s wife wrote a letter to President Ram Nath Kovind, expressing apprehension that he might be killed in a fake encounter while transferring from Uttar Pradesh to Punjab.
Mukhtar Ansari, a gangster-turned-MLA from Mau, Uttar Pradesh, is being shifted to Banda Jail after being taken into custody of a politician imprisoned by the UP Police in Rupnagar Jail in Punjab. Ansari was recently in the news when police officers in his home state filed an FIR stating that he had been used to fabricate a ferry from a Punjab jail to a Punjab court using fake documents.
The Yogi Adityanath government had also told the Supreme Court that the Punjab government was not handing over its custody to “face trial in 10 heinous cases of murder, extortion, fraud, fraud” and “gangster acts” of the “legislator”. Brazenly guarding “. Special court for MPs and MLAs in Allahabad.
UP BJP MLA Alka Rai, wife of former MLA Krishnad Rai, who was murdered in 2005, gave a letter to Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra in October last year, accusing the Congress government in Punjab of helping the accused in Ansari’s murder. Imposed. Her husband appeared in court in UP.
However, Ansari’s wife denied the claims and wrote a letter to President Ram Nath Kovind, expressing apprehension that he might be killed in a fake encounter when he was transferred from Punjab to Uttar Pradesh following a Supreme Court directive.
His brother, BSP MP from Ghazipur, Afzal Ansari, was told by the PTI: “To divert attention from the danger of life for Mukhtar, the BJP government is making wheelchairs and ambulances as an issue. If the BJP is making Mukhtar Ansari (2022) the electoral agenda, then we and our supporters will take action against the government against our family.
From a family to a distinguished politician, how Mukhtar Ansari became a don:
• Ansari stands as a sore thumb in a family of illustrious personalities serving the country. Mukhtar shared the name with his maternal grandfather, who was the President of the Indian National Congress in the pre-independence era.
• Don’s grandfather, Drs. Mukhtar Ahmed Ansari was the old president of the party in 1927–28. He also holds the distinction of being the head of the Muslim League, where he fell with Mohammad Ali Jinnah. He was also the founding member and former patriarch of the Jamia Millia Islamia.
• Dr. in the 1920s. Ansari’s contribution is the most unforgettable and surprisingly staggering chapter in the history of Jamia Millia Islamia. Dr. Ansari received a master’s degree in surgery from the University of Edinburgh and is considered a pioneer in urology; A ward is named after him at Charing Cross Hospital in London.
• Don’s maternal grandfather Brigadier Mohammad Osman Ansari, popularly known as Lion of Nohsera ‘, was the winner of the Mahavir Chakra Award. Mukhtar’s son Abbas Ansari is a national-level Indian shooter in shotgun shooting and has won medals and accolades at the international level.
• According to a report in Hindustan Times, in the early 90s, Ansari, involved in property business and contract work, began expanding his network in the world of crime.
• In November 2005, he was involved in the assassination of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Krishnad Rai; Ansari was in jail when the incident took place. In July 2019, he was acquitted by a special CBI court.
• In 2009, Ansari, who faced 48 FIRs including 10 murder cases, was again named in the murder of Ajay Prakash Singh, a contractor in Mau. This time too, Ansari was acquitted by a local court in Ghazipur in 2017.
• Ram Singh Maurya, an eyewitness to Singh’s murder, was killed in 2010. Ansari was booked for his alleged role in the incident. A case is going on in a special court for MPs / MLAs. His name was linked to a murder in the late 1980s, but there was no evidence, a retired police officer said, not wanting to be named.
He successfully contested his first assembly election in 1996 on a BSP ticket from Mau seat. He was denied a party ticket in 2002, contested as an independent and won the seat in 2002. He retained his seat as an independent in 2007. The year after, he rejoined the BSP and contested the parliamentary election in 2009 against BJP stalwart Murali Manohar Joshi.
• In 2010, Ansari was expelled from the BSP for his alleged criminal relations. He founded the Qaumi Ekta Dal later that year, contested the 2012 assembly election from Mau as its candidate and won. In January 2017, he returned to the BSP, which fielded him from Mau in the 2017 assembly elections. Ansari won again.
• In January 2019, he was arrested for forcibly extorting a Mohali-based builder who had registered a case. Ansari was arrested in that case and transferred from Banda to Ropar Jail in Punjab, where he was imprisoned in a separate case in March 2017. He has been behind bars since 2005 and is lodged in various jails across the state on various charges.
• In May 2020, the police launched a campaign against Ansari and his gang. According to the police, two arms licenses belonging to him and his associates were suspended, assets worth Rs 66 crore, and an extortion racket supplying crores of rupees annually to Ansari and his associates were busted.