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Friday, 21 August 2020

Protest against ‘inaction’ in fraud case ‘involving’ BJP leader

Panipat, August 20

Members of a social youth organisation today protested against the district administration for not taking action against a BJP councillor’s husband for his alleged involvement in a property fraud case for the past two-and-a-half months even after a naib tehsildar’s complaint.

The protesters also burnt an effigy of the district administration and submitted a memorandum to City Magistrate Anupma Malik.

Raising slogans against the district administration, members of the youth organisation led by president Shashi Kapoor gathered under the flyover to protest the “inaction” of the administration.

Kapoor alleged that the government had ordered an investigation into the property registration of the past three years.

However, the police allegedly did not register a case against BJP councillor of Ward No 8 Chanchal Sehgal’s husband and BJP leader Vijay Sehgal for fraud in plot registration.

He added that naib tehsildar Anil Kaushik had sent a complaint to the city SHO to lodge a case against Vijay Sehgal and his father Daulat Ram for doing fraud in a property registration on June 29.

According to the records, Daulat Ram had made a transfer deed of a shop on 25 sq yards in Ward No 12 on March 17, 2020, in the name of his son Vijay, he said.

During investigation, it was revealed that the registry produced in the tehsil office was of May 22, 1982, and the shop was in the name of Nebraj of Ram Nagar and not in Daulat Ram’s name, but Vijay had scanned his father’s name in place of Nebraj and produced the copy of registration in the tehsil office and on the basis of the fake registration, the property was transferred in his name, he alleged.

Kapoor warned that if action was not taken against the councillor’s husband, their organisation would show black flags to Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on his visit to Panipat.

Despite regular attempts, BJP leader Vijay Sehgal did not respond. — TNS

from The Tribune

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