Operation Bulldozer: Case registered against 15 land mafia in Nepali Nagar is correct, one arrested

Pankaj Prasad
Operation Bulldozer
Operation Bulldozer

The case filed in the Rajiv Nagar police station against the 15 land mafia who made crores by selling the land of the housing board has been made true in the supervision.

Patna. The case filed in the Rajiv Nagar police station against the 15 land mafia who made crores by selling the land of the housing board has been made true in the supervision. All the charges leveled against them have been found to be true and orders for their arrest have been issued. After this, on the instructions of SSP Dr. Manavjit Singh Dhillon, three special teams have been formed and raids have been started in different police station areas for the arrest of all.

Police arrested Ashwini Singh

In this sequence, Ashwini Singh, who lived in Sangeeta Vaishnav apartment of Sri Krishnapuri police station, was arrested by the police. They were accused in the Rajiv Nagar police station of selling land by forgery and building houses by firing.

Owners of big resorts

DSP Law and Order Sanjay Kumar investigated the matter and found the truth. After this he issued an order of arrest. DSP Law and Order Sanjay Kumar confirmed the arrest of one and said that the allegations have been found to be true in the investigation.

raid to catch

Deepak Dubey, Satyanarayan Singh, Sunil Singh, Shailesh Singh, Kaushalendra Narayan Sinha, Vimal Kumar, Sarvesh Singh, Ramdayal Singh, Raja Singh, Vikas Kumar, Manoj Kumar, Manoj Rai, Manish Kumar and Rajesh Jha.

The sleep of the housing board opened after the house was built

Here, senior advocate Basant Kumar Choudhary, appearing for the petitioners in this case, said that it is against the law to bulldoze the administration. The houses of poor people are built on the said land. There was no siege on the said land by the Housing Board and when people built houses there, the Housing Board woke up.

hearing to be held today

He strongly opposed the action taken by the administration citing the Land Settlement Act 2010. The hearing of this case was incomplete on the previous date. The High Court will hear the matter on August 11 at 2:15 pm.