After Rampur police imposed section 144, Samajwadi Party leader Firoz Khan dressed up as ‘groom’ and workers as ‘baraatis’ to dodge the authorities.
Samajwadi Party leader from Sambhal,Firoz Khan wore a groom’s ‘sehra’ to dodge Police which has imposed section 144 in Rampur. Firoz Khan had come to Rampur to extend support towards senior party leader Azam Khan against whom multiple FIRs have been lodged. (13.9.19) pic.twitter.com/21THkDaPGI
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As per reports, the ‘wedding party’ dressed up so to meet Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav who was on a two day visit to Rampur to extend support to Azam Khan. In a bid to evade being detected by the police, Sambhal president of Samajwadi Party became way creative. The 37-year-old politician decided to dress up as a groom who was accompanied by his party workers dressed up as ‘baraatis’ to go to Rampur to meet Yadav.
Khan, who was there to express solidarity with Samajwadi Party veteran leader Azam Khan who has over 80 cases against him including stealing buffalo and goat. Azam Khan’s bail application in as many as 34 cases has already been rejected which mostly includes land grabbing cases and also the case registered against him for his sexist jibe against BJP leader Jaya Prada.
Firoz Khan, who ‘became a groom’ to extend support to Azam Khan, had also made sexist remarks against his former colleague Jaya Prada ahead of general elections. In a lewd and sexist remark, Khan had said that Jaya Prada would henceforth adorn the evenings of the people of Rampur as part of her campaigning. He said that residents of the district would stay entertained and their evenings will now be colourful as Jaya Prada would be visiting Rampur frequently to campaign for the Lok Sabha elections.
Continuing to deliver filth, Firoz Khan had said that the people of Sambhal, an adjoining district, would also now like to spend their maximum time in Rampur since Jaya Prada would be present there. Firoz Khan further added that people of Rampur are prudent enough to vote for the Samajwadi party but they are also smart enough to make full use of this God-sent opportunity.