Amanatullah Khan in four-day police custody, in the interrogation of ACB, close said – MLA had kept weapons and cash
AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan Case: Anti-Corruption Bureau has made many revelations about Aam Aadmi Party MLA Amanatullah Khan. The agency said that the close of the MLA, from whose house the cash and weapons were found, has accepted that the MLA got the weapons and cash kept at his house.
Anti-Corruption Bureau probing the case of rigging in Delhi Waqf Board has made many revelations about Aam Aadmi Party MLA Amanatullah Khan. Amanatullah's close aide, from whose house the ACB had recovered Rs 12 lakh in cash and illegal weapons a day earlier, admitted during interrogation that the MLA had kept the cash and weapons at his house. The ACB officials also recovered a red diary from the house of the MLA's close friend. It is being said that in this diary a story has been written about the dark exploits of the AAP MLA.
Here AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan, who came under the arrest of ACB, has been sent to police custody for four days. Where he will be questioned in detail in the matter. It has been claimed by the relatives of the AAP MLA that nothing objectionable has been found in their house.
But the ACB team had revealed on Friday itself that Rs 12 lakh in cash and an unlicensed pistol have been recovered from the house of Amanatullah Khan's close aide. Now in the interrogation of ACB, the close of AAP MLA has accepted that the said cash and weapons should be kept by the MLA with him.
The ACB team raided the premises of Delhi's Okhla MLA Amanatullah Khan on Friday. After the raid, the ACB arrested Amanatullah Khan along with two of his associates Hamid Ali Khan and Kausar Imam Siddaki. During the raid, Rs 12 lakh in cash and an unlicensed foreign pistol were seized from Hamid's house. A day after the raids and seizures, Hamid Ali Khan told ACB during the interrogation that this weapon and money were kept at his house by MLA Amanatullah Khan.
Hamid Ali Khan, originally from UP, told me that ACB raided my house. They recovered a country-made pistol, 16 live cartridges, 12 empty cartridges, 16 pellets and about Rs 12,09,000 from my house, which Amanatullah Khan had given me to keep and told me what to do with them if needed. Hamid works as a property dealer. ACB has arrested him.