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Atiq Ahmed's brother-in-law Dr Akhlaq suspended from UP Health Dept over unethical practices

The decision has been taken on the instructions of Uttar Pradesh Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak. Dr. Akhlaq was taken into custody under the Explosive Substances Act.

Reported By : Vishal Pratap Singh Edited By : Shashwat Bhandari
New Delhi
Published on: April 25, 2023 20:43 IST
Atiq Ahmed's brother-in-law was suspended from continuing
Image Source : PTI Atiq Ahmed's brother-in-law was suspended from continuing practice as doctor over unethical practices.

Uttar Pradesh: Gangster-turned-politician Atiq Ahmed's brother-in-law, Dr. Akhlaq Ahmed, who is based in Meerut, has been suspended over unethical practices. Mafia Atiq Ahmed and his brother Ashraf were shot dead by three shooters on April 15 when they were being taken for a medical checkup in Prayagraj.

The decision has been taken on the instructions of Uttar Pradesh Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak.

Dr. Akhlaq was taken into custody under the Explosive Substances Act.

Akhlaq is also accused of helping an absconding shooter.

Blood stains found at Atiq Ahmed's Prayagraj office

Police on Monday found what appeared to be blood smeared on the walls of the abandoned office of Atiq Ahmed.

Police also found a "blood-stained" clothe and knife in the Chakia locality of this Uttar Pradesh district, a senior officer said.

The police reached Ahmed's office after receiving information that blood marks were seen there, Deputy Commissioner of Police Deepak Bhukar told reporters.

The forensic team has collected the samples which will be analysed and only after that it will be known whether it is human blood or that of an animal, he said, adding that the report is likely to come by evening.

Ahmed, a former Samajwadi Party MP, and his brother Ashraf were shot dead on April 15 by three assailants when they were being taken by the police for a medical examination. They were brought here in connection with the 2005 Umesh Pal murder case.

On March 21, police said they recovered more than Rs 74 lakh cash and illegal weapons from a partially demolished office of Ahmed in the Chakia area on the information provided by two of his five accomplices arrested on the same day, officials said.

They said the front part of his office had been already demolished by the Prayagraj Development Authority (PDA) long ago using a bulldozer.

(With inputs from PTI)

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