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Revenue department officials push two widows to brink giving benefits to a woman
10/20/2020 12:34:50 AM
Ajay Sharma

Early Times Report

REASI, Oct 19: A woman in a village in this district in connivance with the officials of Department of Revenue has grabbed the share of her sister while also leaving her widowed mother at the crossroads.
Sources told Early Times that the woman has grabbed the share of two widows after entering into a clandestine deal with the officials of Department of Revenue. The woman has managed to lure concerned Patwari, Girdawar, Naib Tehsildar and Tehsildar. These officials have showered benefits on the woman at the cost of causing injustice to the other two women.
“The father of the two sisters died after their marriage and as such they has equal share in the property along with their mother. The sister of the woman is a widow and following her father’s death her mother is also a widow. The mother daughter duo is feeling the heat and they have been left to fend for themselves,” said sources.
Sources said the woman in league with the officials of Department of Revenue managed to mutate the revenue documents in her favour. As a result of the same she became the owner of the property belonging to her father and the same had to be divided among the two sisters and the mother.
Sources said that this is not the only case in the district adding that many such cases have come to the fore as well. They said that rules and regulations were not followed in this case that relates to ward number 8 in Sudheen village in the Kothia Sudheen Panchayat in the Pouni tehsil.
The aggrieved mother-daughter duo has appealed the Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to intervene in the matter and ensure that justice is delivered to them. Tehsildar Pouni, Lekh Raj when contacted said that he is going to attend the meeting adding that it would be better to call in the evening.
Mohan Lal son of the widow said that his grandmother gave the property to him of her own will since he was living with her since a long time.
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