Kanpur: 40 lakhs caught in the name of selling land, fraud reported around nine

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Newsroom, , Kanpur

Published by: Prabhapunj Mishra
Updated Fri July 30, 2021 3:47 PM IST

Summary

The carton mill operator Deepak Shukla claims that in 2018 he met the farmer Ramdutt, his daughter Ranjana Mishra and Umesh Sharma, a resident of Panki Gangaganj, through Shakir Hussain alias Raja in connection with the land purchase.

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The Kanpur police, on the orders of the court, filed a complaint against nine people in connection with the fraud in the purchase and sale of land in the Gangaganj area of ​​Panki. According to the victim, Deepak Shukla, a resident of Sagar Market Rawatpur village, he had sought refuge in court for lack of a hearing at the police station.The carton mill operator Deepak Shukla claims that in 2018 he met the farmer Ramdutt, his daughter Ranjana Mishra and Umesh Sharma, a resident of Panki Gangaganj, through Shakir Hussain alias Raja in connection with the land purchase. The land contract was made for 1 crore 48 lakh 56 thousand rupees.

He had also made the agreement by paying Rs 40 lakh to Ramdutt. Munni Devi and Deepak were witnesses. Ramdutt did not return his money or the land registry even after the set deadline. In the meantime, he learned that Ramdutt sold this land to a private medical institute in the Panki area on February 28, 2021 for Rs 1 crore 51 lakh 62,000.

Deepak alleges that the defendant in the complaint threatened to involve him in a fake case while he was abusing him. Now, by order of the court, the victim has filed a fraud complaint against nine people who were involved in the sale and purchase of land at the Govindnagar police station. Police officer in charge, Anurag Mishra, said the matter was being investigated.

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The Kanpur police, on the orders of the court, filed a complaint against nine people in connection with the fraud in the purchase and sale of land in the Gangaganj area of ​​Panki. According to the victim, Deepak Shukla, a resident of Sagar Market Rawatpur village, he had sought refuge in court for lack of a hearing at the police station.

The carton mill operator Deepak Shukla claims that in 2018 he met the farmer Ramdutt, his daughter Ranjana Mishra and Umesh Sharma, a resident of Panki Gangaganj, through Shakir Hussain alias Raja in connection with the land purchase. The land contract was set for 1 crore 48 lakh 56 thousand rupees.

He had also made the agreement by paying Rs 40 lakh to Ramdutt. Munni Devi and Deepak were witnesses. Even after the set deadline, Ramdutt neither returned his money nor the land registry. In the meantime, he learned that Ramdutt sold this land to a private medical institute in the Panki area for 1 crore 51 lakh 62,000 rupees on February 28, 2021.

Deepak alleges that the defendant in the ad threatened to involve him in a fake case while he was abusing him. Now, by order of the court, the victim has filed a fraud complaint against nine people who were involved in the sale and purchase of land at the Govindnagar police station. Police officer in charge, Anurag Mishra, said the matter was being investigated.

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