Dehradun: Five accused arrested for selling the land of deputy director of UP

Police arrested five accused on Monday in connection with fraudulently selling nearly 13 bigha land of UP Deputy Director of the park, Dr. Narendra Sharma on Sahastradhara Road in Doon. The accused made the fake card of Sharma. IG Garhwal Ajay Rautela has announced a reward of 10 thousand rupees to the police team.

Dr. Narendra Sharma, Deputy Director, Garden Vasundhara, Ghaziabad lodged a complaint in the SIT. In which he had told that in the year 2008, 13-bigha land at Sahastradhara Road was bought by Rakesh Kumar resident of Nathuwala. In 2018, he came to know that unknown traps have sold this land to Devpal Singh in the name of Dr. Narendra Kumar Sharma. Devpal had sold this land to Sachin Tyagi resident Nangla Emarti, Roorkee. At the moment, the land is on Sachin’s name. From 2008 to 2018 this land has been sold to many people. After the confirmation of the allegations in the SIT investigation, a case was registered in the section of the fraud against unknown persons in Rajpur Police Station.

Superintendent of Police Shweta Chaube told that during the discussion, the team was constituted under the leadership of SO Rajpur Naththilal Uniyal for the arrest of those who came in light. The police arrested Bapunagar Rajpur resident, Irshad, Mohanpur Roorkee resident, Roddy Morrison, Bhagwanpur resident, Devpal Singh, Bhura, Dhandera Phatak, resident of Roorkee and Israr, resident of Mundalana Police station Mangalore district Haridwar. On disclosing the case, IG Garhwal Ajay Rautela has announced a reward of Rs 10,000 for the police team.

Narendra Sharma made Roddy Morrison
Based on the interrogation of the accused Naththilal Uniyal, the accused said that the accused Devpal, Irshad, Israr, and Bhura were already familiar with each other. Bhura introduced Roddy Morrison to him. After this, the people created a conspiracy to recover the land. Irshad had been managing the land for a long time. For this reason, he also had a copy of Dr. Sharma’s Registry. After this, the accused registered the name of Roddy Morrison to Landowner, Dr. Narendra Kumar Sharma in Devpal Singh’s name. Later, Devpal sold the land. Inquiries revealed that the Aadhaar card was made in a fraudulent manner by photographing Roddy Morrison in front of Dr. Sharma’s name. He had been told to be a witness in this Registry. Read more posts…

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