Azam Khan loves to be surrounded by controversies. Samajwadi Party (SP) leader had recently sparked outrage everywhere for his remarks over Paris attacks. Azam khan said that said that global superpowers must realize that the Paris terror attack was a 'reaction' to their 'action' in Syria and Iraq
Sparking another controversy, Uttar Pradesh Minister Azam Khan has said that the Paris terror attack could be a ‘reaction’ to the ‘killing of innocents’ in Arab countries by the ‘superpowers’, setting of demands by Congress today that he be sacked. Check out more of his controversies:
On 28 August 2012, he lost his temper and verbally abused an IAS officer during a meeting, shouting at the officer: ‘Bakwas karte ho…chup baithiye...badtameez kaheen ke’ (Stop talking non-sense...sit quietly...you ill-mannered)
During the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Azam Khan said, referring to the Kargil War: ‘The perks of Kargil were conquered not by Hindu, but Muslim soldiers’. This was criticized by the media and an FIR was lodged against him. He refused to apologize for this and later accused the Election Commission of India for biasness against him because of his religion
Remarks On Narendra Modi While addressing a rally in Sambhal, Azam Khan appealed to people to take revenge against the ‘murderers of Muzaffarnagar’. Azam Khan insulted his political opponent Narendra Modi, saying: ‘We don’t want your sympathy, elder brother of a dog’s son’.
The government on Saturday rubbished as "false and baseless" the allegation of senior Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan, who claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had met underworld don Dawood Ibrahim in Lahore at the residence of his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif during his Christmas Day visit there.
“If the prime minister asks, I can show photographs as proof,” Azam Khan told reporters in Ghazipur district of Uttar Pradesh.
Azam Khan's Stolen Buffaloes some of his buffalo were stolen, when sniffer dogs and a team of 100s of policemen were deployed for the job