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Political leader among 5 others defy court orders, Magistrate orders investigation
6/13/2018 10:59:32 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, June 13: Following breach of status quo on a land at Akhnoor by a local leader from Akhnoor and five others, Duty Magistrate Jammu today ordered in-charge police station Akhnoor to investigate the matter and take urgent action under law and file compliance report.
The complainant alleged in the petition that he is the owner of the land measuring 5 marlas total land situated at Manda Tehsil Akhnoor and some influential persons including Dev Raj who unsuccessfully contested assembly elections from Akhnoor constituency his father Ram Saran, Ram Lal, Amit, Ishan and Madan Lal earlier tried to dispossess the complainant who immediately approached the court and got the status quo order from the court.
The petitioner further alleged that Dev Raj his father Ram Saran, Ram Lal, Amit, Ishan and Madan Lal remained silent during the course of the proceedings and thereafter, when the vacation was announced in the court, the above mentioned persons came in action and forcibly started the construction over the land of the complainant despite the court order.
"The aggrieved complainant approached the concerned police station for registration of FIR against the above named accused persons but the SHO Akhnoor straight away refused to entertain the complaint of the complainant", alleged the petitioner in his petition.
He further added that the non-applicant are influential persons, they forcibly trespassed into the land of the complainant and were also threatening the applicant to eliminate him in case the complainant tried to interfere in the construction work started by the non-applicant.
The Duty Magistrate after going through the petition ordered the in-charge Police Station Akhnoor to investigate the matter and take urgent action under law and file compliance report.
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