A case has been filed against Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan for making an offensive comment at a public rally in support of the party candidate. Briefing on the incident, Deputy Superintendent of Police Anuj Kumar Chaudhary said: “On 29 November, (SP leader) Azam Khan addressed a public rally in support of the SP candidate. He also made a comment that offended some people. A woman named Shahnaz filed a complaint and submitted an audio file to the police.” “The complainant said that Azam Khan said, ‘I was a minister in the last 4 governments and if I used power in this way, unborn children would ask their mothers if they had his permission to give birth’. A case has been registered. Further research,” he added.