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Wednesday, 4 November 2020

Naib tehsildar, patwari, nambardar, three others in 7-day police remand

Chandigarh, November 3

Six persons, including a naib tehsildar, patwari, nambardar and property dealer, who were arrested by the Vigilance Bureau (VB) for committing wrong mutation of 1,295 acres of shamlat land at Seonk village in SAS Nagar, were remanded in seven-day police custody today.

An official spokesperson for the VB said on verification of documents during probe, it was found that Varinderpal Singh Dhoot, the then naib tehsildar of Majri block, kanungo Raghbir Singh and patwari Iqbal Singh along with property dealer Sham Lal Gujjar and nambardar Gurnam Singh effected the mutation of the shamlat land.

He said while doing the mutation of 1,295 acres' division, shares of 24 beneficiaries — Baljit Kaur, Naseeb Singh, Banta Singh, Ugajar Singh, etc. — in 117 acres were reduced and added to others — Ram Krishan, Kulwinder Singh, etc.

Furthermore, due to the alteration in shares, a difference of 99 acres 4 kanal 14.32 marla was found. Many shareholders, in whose name mutations were endorsed, were not even residents of the village and had not been traced during the vigilance inquiry.

Dhoot, Raghbir Singh, Iqbal Singh in connivance with property dealer Gujjar, Tarsem Lal, Balbir Singh, Jaswinder Singh, Gurpreet Singh, Manbir Singh, Kabal Singh and Gurnam Singh further sold the land worth crores of rupees to Anand Khosla, Nishan Singh and other persons on the basis of the general power of attorney.

He said Dhoot, Iqbal Singh, Gujjar, Gurnam Singh and two others had been arrested. They were produced in the SAS Nagar district court, which remanded them in seven-day police custody. — TNS

Wrong mutation of shamlat land

  • Suspects committed wrong mutation of 1,295 acres of shamlat land at Seonk village in SAS Nagar district
  • Shares of 24 persons in 117 acres were reduced and added to others. A difference of over 99 acres was found
  • Many shareholders in whose name mutations were endorsed were not even residents of the village
  • The land was further sold to other persons on the basis of the general power of attorney


from The Tribune https://ift.tt/3eq2Mui

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