Land grab case filed against Haris junior

Based on a complaint by BBMP revenue officials, the Bangalore Metropolitan Task Force (BMTF) has filed a first information report (FIR) against Mohammed Haris Nalpad and 17 others in connection with a land grabbing case.

The FIR that was registered on February 23 says that Mohammed and 17 others encroached upon three acres and 29 guntas of land near KPCC head office in Vasanth Nagar.

The complaint was filed by Vasanth Nagar revenue inspector Seetharam and revenue officer Lingaiah.

Files being verified

A BMTF official said they are verifying documents after which action would be taken.

BMTF ADGP Prashant Kumar Thakur told DH that the BBMP commissioner had registered complaints of encroachment of 33 properties in Millers Tank Bund.

Mohammed is accused of encroaching upon one of these properties.

“We are verifying documents and the accused have to produce their documents. It has been three weeks since the complaint was filed before the BMTF and we are investigating,” Thakur said.

Mohammed is in judicial custody in connection with an attempt to murder case. He is the prime accused in the case where he and six of his associates assaulted Vidwath L in an upscale pub in UB City on February 17.

Based on a complaint by BBMP revenue officials, the Bangalore Metropolitan Task Force (BMTF) has filed a first information report (FIR) against Mohammed Haris Nalpad and 17 others in connection with a land grabbing case.

The FIR that was registered on February 23 says that Mohammed and 17 others encroached upon three acres and 29 guntas of land near KPCC head office in Vasanth Nagar.

The complaint was filed by Vasanth Nagar revenue inspector Seetharam and revenue officer Lingaiah.

Files being verified

A BMTF official said they are verifying documents after which action would be taken.

BMTF ADGP Prashant Kumar Thakur told DH that the BBMP commissioner had registered complaints of encroachment of 33 properties in Millers Tank Bund.

Mohammed is accused of encroaching upon one of these properties.

“We are verifying documents and the accused have to produce their documents. It has been three weeks since the complaint was filed before the BMTF and we are investigating,” Thakur said.

Mohammed is in judicial custody in connection with an attempt to murder case. He is the prime accused in the case where he and six of his associates assaulted Vidwath L in an upscale pub in UB City on February 17.

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