SP leader Azam Khan claims threat in jail, says ‘difficult to say what my journey is’

Prime News, National (Rampur, UP), May 23:- Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan interacted with the media on Sunday night, and claimed that he was getting threatened in jail by an inspector. He said it is difficult to say what his journey is.

Speaking to reporters, he said, “When an Inspector can threaten in the jail, ‘go underground, you have several cases against you, you can get encountered,’ then it is difficult to say what my journey is, in the face of such dangers.”

Asked if he would end his continuing resentment, Khan told reporters, “I am getting this information about the resentment only from you. I don’t understand any reason.” He said there should be some “basis” for resentment.

Khan, who held immense sway in the party during the SP rule, was released from the Sitapur jail on Friday after spending 27 months in judicial custody in dozens of cases. (MR, Inputs: Agencies).

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