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Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Recent Licensing - Prosecutions in Birmingham. Every single taxi offence is by South Asians, mostly Pakistanis

Taxi driver Habib Ahmed (left) and Rangzieb Ahmed, who were convicted in December 2008 at Manchester Crown Court of being members of al-Qaeda.

Habib was caught in possession of two diaries which had details of top al Qaeda operatives written in invisible ink - described in court as a terrorist's contact book. Daily Mail



The information below illustrates how habitually dishonest and corrupt the Asian community in Birmingham (especially the Pakistani community) is.

And these people are becoming councillors in the city of Birmingham!


From the Birmingham City Council website

Only cases taken over a six month period will remain on this web page. The page will be reviewed regularly with older cases being deleted on this basis.

Mohammed Nassar
Pleaded guilty on 6th July 2009 at Sutton Coldfield Magistrates Court to 2 offences, namely of failing to wear his private hire drivers badge in accordance with the conditions of licence, the badge was kept in the vehicle’s side pocket and of failing to exhibit externally, on the rear of the vehicle, his private hire vehicle identity plate.
Fined £120 (no separate penalty for badge offence)
Costs £150 (£150 requested)
LOCAL GOVERNMENT (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT 1976

Ghazanfar Iqbal
Pleaded guilty on 10th July 2009 at Birmingham Magistrates Court to 2 offences, namely of failing to wear his private hire drivers badge in accordance with the conditions of licence, the badge was kept in the vehicle’s side pocket and of failing to exhibit externally, on the rear of the vehicle, his private hire vehicle identity plate.
Fined £200 (£100 x 2)
Costs £150 (£150 requested)
LOCAL GOVERNMENT (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT 1976

Mohammed Yasin
Pleaded guilty on 13th July 2009 at Birmingham Magistrates Court to 2 offences; 1 offence of plying for hire on St Pauls Square on 27th November 2009 and 1 offence Road Traffic Act 1988 of driving without insurance.
Fined £120 (no insurance)
6 month conditional discharge (plying)
+ 6 penalty points
Costs £200 (£300 requested)
TOWN POLICE CLAUSES ACT 1847 & TOWN POLICE CLAUSES ACT 1847

Mohammed Ishtiaq
Pleaded guilty on 17th July 2009 at Birmingham Magistrates Court to 7 offences under the; namely that due to his act or default as the Licensed Operator of Falcon, Harborne and Amber Cars, the manager failed to produce when requested, insurance documents in respect of 7 private hire drivers.
12 month Conditional Discharge
Costs £535 (£535 requested)
LOCAL GOVERNMENT (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT 1976

Nadeem Iqbal Chaudry

Pleaded guilty at Birmingham Crown Court to 10 counts; 1 of using an instrument, namely a Pakistani passport, in the name of Abdul Ghaffar which he knew to be false, with the intention of inducing Barclays Bank to accept it as genuine and open a bank account in the false identity of Abdul Ghaffar; 6 counts of obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception, namely the opportunity to earn remuneration as a licensed private hire driver, by means of an application to Birmingham City Countil for a private hire drivers licence in the name of Abdul Ghaffar; 2 (1) of dishonestly making a false representation to Premium First, namely that he was Abdul Ghaffar with the intention of making a gain for himself or exposing another to a risk or loss by entering into a credit agreement, (2) making a gain for himself by making a false representation to Birmingham City Council, namely that particulars on an application form were correct and thereby obtaining a private hire drivers lience in the name of Abdul Ghaffar; and 1 offence of having in his possession an identity document, namely a UK driving licence in the name of Abdul Ghaffar that was improperly obtained. Sentenced on 7th August 2009.
12 months imprisonment suspended for 2 years
12 months supervision order, 240 horus of unpaid work
Disqualified from driving for 6 months
FORGERY & COUNTERFEITING ACT 1981, THEFT ACT 1968, FRAUD ACT 2006 & IDENTITY CARDS ACT 2006

Khalid Mahmood
Pleaded guilty on 18th September 2009 at Birmingham Magistrates Court to 1 offence of using a Hackey Carriage on Broad Street, when the vehicle was uninsured.
Fined £290
Disqualified from driving for 12 months
Costs £490 (Requested £490)
ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1988

Mohammed Nasir
Pleaded guilty on 23rd September 2009 at Birmingham Magistratse Court to 2 offences; 1 of plying for hire on Smallbrook Queensway and 1 offence of driving without insurance. The defendant pleaded not guilty to 1 offence of having in his possession, custody or control, signage for Castle Cars for use in connection with a fraud, namely by falsely representing that he wa a licensed private hire driver.
Fraud Act - Found not guilty
Town Police Clauses Act - Fined £250
Road Traffic Act - 6 penalty points
Costs £150 (Requested £508)
TOWN POLICE CLAUSES ACT 1847, ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1988 & FRAUD ACT 2006

Arfan Khan
Pleaded guilty on 25th September 2009 at Birmingham Magistrates Court to o1 offence of failing to display his private hire driver's badge in a manner as to be plainly and distinctly visible. The badge was in the arm rest of the vehicle.
Fined £105
Costs £100 (£150 requested)
LOCAL GOVERNMENT (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT 1976

Shahid Razzaq

Pleaded guilty on 30th September 2009 at Birmingham Magistrates Court to 2 offences; 1 of plying for hire on Ludgate Hill on 27th November 2008 and 1 offence of driving without insurance.
Fined £175 (no seperate financial penalty for no insurance offence)
Costs £300 (Requested £575)
+ 6 penalty points
TOWN POLICE CLAUSES ACT 1847 & ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1988

Kaihan Shafi
Pleaded guilty on 11th December 2009 at Birmingham Magistrates Court to 2 offences; 1 of plying for hire on Alcester Road South, Moseley on 1st May 2009 and 1 offence of driving without insurance.
Fined £500 (plying £200 & no insurance £300)
Costs £200 (£200 requested)
+ 6 penalty points
TOWN POLICE CLAUSES ACT 1847 & ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1988

Tina Yates (not a taxi offence)
Pleaded guilty on 14th December 2009 at Birmingham Magistrates Court to 7 offences of carrying on an establishment for massage and special treatments at Liberty’s, 34-40 Summerhill Road, Birmingham, in contravention of a number of conditions of her licence; namely by failing to maintain a record of employees administering treatments which was available for inspection, failing to maintain a daily register of the start and finish times of those employees, she was not on the premises and therefore in charge nor was she contactable by officers carrying out an inspection. Business cards advertising the premises contained inappropriate images and employees were inappropriately dressed. She failed to notify the council of a change to the list of persons administering treatments by completing and submitting the prescribed document within 7 days. Originally listed for trial
Fined £1,945 (£465 x 3 & £550 x 1)
no separate penalty for offences 6,7 & 9)
Costs £500 (Requested £980)
BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL ACT 1990

Raja Imran
Pleaded guilty on 7th January 2010 at Birmingham Magistrates Court to 1 offence of plying for hire on Gas Street on 29th August 2009.
Fined £200
Costs £150 (£150 requested)
TOWN POLICE CLAUSES ACT 1847

Kalilur Rahman
Pleaded guilty on 7th January 2010 at Birmingham Magistrates Court to 1 offence of plying for hire on Hurst Street on 9th August 2009.
Fined £150
Costs £100 (£200 requested)
TOWN POLICE CLAUSES ACT 1847

Imran Noor
On 8th January 2010 at Birmingham Magistrates Court to 3 offences; 2 of plying for hire on Broad Street on 4th April 2009 and 2 offences of driving without insurance on 4th April and 21st April 2009. Proceedings adjourned to 22nd January 2010 for sentencing when the defendant did not attend.
Fined £610 (No insurance 4th April offence) + 6 points
6 penalty points in respect of 21st April “no insurance offence”
= 12 penalty points
No separate penalty for plying offences
£200 costs
Disqualified from driving for 6 months
TOWN POLICE CLAUSES ACT 1847 & ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1988

Naveed Lodhi
Pleaded guilty on 8th January 2010 at Birmingham Magistrates Court to 2 offences; 1 offence of plying for hire on St Mary’s Row, Moseley on 22nd May 2009 and 1 offence of driving without insurance. Proceedings adjourned to 25th January 2010 for an exceptional hardship hearing which was not successful.
Fined £115 (no insurance, no separate penalty for plying)
Costs £50 (£200 requested)
+ 6 penalty points
Disqualified from driving for 6 months
TOWN POLICE CLAUSES ACT 1847 & ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1988

Birmingham licensing prosecutions webpage

2 comments:

The Sentinel 29 June 2010 at 17:17  

The CPS -
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/7861092/Senior-CPS-lawyer-admits-taking-20000-bribe.html

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