Yakub Qureshi's elder son Imran also released from jail, released after 56 days, arrested from Delhi
Imran had also got anticipatory bail from the court in this case. After that, the police named seven people including the family of former minister Yakub in the Gangster Act case. Till now, the police could not file the charge sheet in the court in this case.
Imran Qureshi, the elder son of former minister Yakub Qureshi, was released from Balrampur Jail only after 56 days due to the weak prosecution of the cases by the Meerut police. A day ago, younger son Firoz has been released from Siddharth Nagar Jail. After release, Imran and Firoz have not yet returned home. It is believed that he will see the whole matter only by staying in the flat located in Delhi. The whole family will return to Meerut only after Yakub's release. However, at the time of Imran's release, a large number of family and relatives were present in Balrampur.
On March 31, Alfahim Meetex Pvt Ltd, located in Alipore, Kharkhoda. Meat packaging and processing was being done. Meat worth about five crore rupees was recovered from the factory. The said meat was released after passing 53 samples. Police had registered a case against 17 people including Yakub Qureshi, sons Imran and Firoz and wife Shamjida. In this case, the charge sheet has been filed in the court. Imran had also got anticipatory bail from the court in this case. After that, the police named seven people including the family of former minister Yakub in the Gangster Act case. Till now, the police could not file the charge sheet in the court in this case.
Yakub's elder son Imran Qureshi was booked for cheating, gangster act and contempt of court order. In cheating, Imran has got anticipatory bail from the court. Imran went to jail on January 7 for defying the Gangster Act and court orders. Imran has got bail in the case of contempt of gangster act and court order. After that he is released. Police has not yet sent the property confiscation report under 14A to the DM. It is believed that the police have come on the backfoot regarding confiscation of property. At the same time, CO Rupali Rai claims that the property confiscation report will be presented to the DM in the next two days.