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SHO made quick bucks in land dispute case
8/23/2018 10:29:13 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Aug 23: A Station House Officer (SHO) posted in district Jammu has managed to earn hefty amount in a land dispute case.
According to sources, there was face off between two parties over the ownership of a piece land in the area of this particular SHO. Among the two parties, one had purchased that piece of land long time back and it had possession of the same.
Now, this party was constructing a house on that land but when the construction work was taken up and going on in full swing, a close relative of the other party, who had sold the land, reached the spot.
"The relative of the selling party mounted pressure for halting the construction work. The selling party even approached the court of law for stopping the construction work. They also took help from the police to pressurize the other group for either stopping the construction activity or persuading them to give huge money," said sources.
"In the meantime, the buyers of the land also approached the court of law with all the documentary proof including papers of land registration. The court after scrutinizing the documents pronounced verdict in their favour. However, the police did not provide any assistance to the buyers as the SHO had taken huge amount from the selling party due to which he was fully backing them," added sources.
Sources said that the buyers were summoned to the police station and coerced to settle the issue as the police cannot do anything in the matter. Moreover, they were told that either they pay hefty amount to the other party or provide some portion of the land to them.
"Meanwhile, the buyers gave Rs 50,000 to the SHO through one of his close associates. SHO took the money and made some effort to convince the selling party but the latter offered him Rs 1.5 lakh which made him to take a U-turn in the matter," said sources.
In this way, the SHO took money from both the parties in order to settle the issue but eventually returned the cash to one of them as he received Rs 1.5 lakh from the other group.
"The SHO not only took huge amount of Rs 1.5 lakh from one of the parties but also helped them to orchestrate attack on the other group. After instigating the clash between the two parties, the concerned Police Post Incharge was coerced to broker peace between the two warring groups so that the party which was assaulted does not register an FIR and the senior police officers do not make out that money exchanged hands in the land dispute case," said sources.
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