Victim filed a case in Civil Line police station
Ajmer. The case of grabbing ancestral land with forged documents without giving share to uncle-tau and their sons has come to the fore. On the complaint of the victim, the Civil Line Police Station has registered a case of conspiracy against six persons including the then Tehsildar, Patwari, including the main accused, for grabbing agricultural land.
According to the police, Ganga’s wife Bajja Singh and her brother-in-law Ranjit Singh, resident of Makhupura Hatundi, conspired against Patwari Sunita Vyas and the then Tehsildar, including cousin Prithviraj Singh Rawat, Rajkumar, Shaitan Singh and nephew Vijayendra Singh, at the Civil Lines police station and occupied the ancestral land with forged documents. charged to. It was told in the report that Dada Balu Singh had three children Vijay Singh, Ajay Singh and Bajja Singh. Balusingh died without dividing among the three children. After this, Prithvi Singh, son of uncle Vijay Singh, in connivance with Patwari Sunita Vyas, then Tehsildar, grabbed the property of Dada Bajja Singh. Whereas all the sons and their children have an equal share in the property. Police registered the case and started investigation.
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Ranjit Singh alleged that one-third of the agricultural land located in Makhupura should have come from all the brothers, but the accused, after the death of father Vijay Singh, uncle Ajay Singh and Bajja Singh, in connivance with the then Tehsildar and Patwari, took the land to himself and his two brothers. In the name of brothers. The victim alleged that the accused also threatened her on social media.
Complicity with Tehsildar-Patwari!
Ranjit Singh told that when he reached after the lockdown to manage the land, Prithvi Singh, the son of Tau Vijay Singh, the prince, the devil, was trying to capture the occupied agricultural land. Accused Prithvi Singh got the property of Dada Balu Singh in connivance with Patwari and Tehsildar in the name of himself and his brothers. The then Tehsildar handed over the land to Prithvi Singh and his brothers without seeing the court’s decision and decree. Ranjit Singh told that Prithvi Singh had shown the endorsement of the land offered in the revenue record to his son Vijayendra Singh.