Hearing On Petition Of Former UP Minister Amarmani Tripathi Completed, Decision Reserved

Hearing On Petition Of Former UP Minister Amarmani Tripathi Completed, Decision Reserved

Prayagraj, March 21 (TNA) The Allahabad High Court on Wednesday reserved its verdict after completion of the arguments of both parties on the petition filed by former UP Minister Amarmani Tripathi challenging the decision of the Basti Court. In the last hearing, Allahabad High Court had given instructions to present the criminal history of former UP minister Amarmani Tripathi within three days.

Not only this but in the last hearing, on the instructions of the court, the order sheet from 17 December 22 to 29 February 24 was presented in a sealed envelope by the trial court. Justice Sanjay Kumar Singh has reserved the decision after completing the arguments on Amarmani Tripathi's petition. According to the petition, Basti Special Court has issued a non-bailable warrant against Amarmani Tripathi in the case registered in 2002 on kidnapping charges.

In the petition, Amarmani Tripathi has challenged this order of the Special Court of Basti. The petitioner said that he was on bail in the original kidnapping case. Based on the original case, the Special Court has wrongly continued NBW in the Gangster Act case. Let us tell you that the Special MP/MLA Court of Basti has declared Amarmani Tripathi absconding and has also ordered the DGP of UP and Principal Secretary Home to attach his properties as soon as possible.

The session court of Basti has also expressed displeasure over the non-implementation of the order to confiscate the properties. Amarmani Tripathi has filed a petition in the Allahabad High Court against the order of the Special Court of Basti against the order of NBW and attachment against him. The case is related to the kidnapping of a businessman's son. On December 6, 2001, Rahul, son of Basti businessman Dharamraj Madheshiya, was kidnapped. Police had recovered the businessman's son from Amarmani Tripathi's house in Lucknow.

Nine people including Amarmani were made accused in this case. Even after being released from jail, Tripathi did not appear in court in this case. The lower court had declared him absconding and ordered the confiscation of his properties. In the application filed in the High Court on behalf of Amarmani, a request has been made to stay the attachment order of the lower court to cancel the non-bailable warrant and release him on bail on the same day if he surrenders in the court.

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