Trouble for present naib tehsildar too
· Chhachhrauli naib tehsildar Randhir Singh got the sale deedof the said land registered in the name of Charanjit Kaur that was followed by its mutation in revenue record
· Charanjit sold the land to Khurshida and current naib tehsildar Jodha Ram got the sale deed registered in her name last March
· When Khurshida went to the patwari to get the mutation of the land done, he refused to enter the mutation saying it belonged to the panchayat
· The DC said Jodha Ram registered the sale deed on the basis of the old deed without verifying the revenue record, committing negligence in duty
Friday, January 9, 2015
Cops book retired naib tehsildar
Shiv Kumar Sharma
Yamunanagar, January 7
The Chhachhrauli police have booked a retired naib tehsildar for registering the sale deed of two acres and 14 marlas of shamlat (panchayat) land of Malakpur Khadar village in the name of a woman of Ghadhauli village. The land on National Highway-73 A is highly valuable.
Deputy Commissioner SS Phulia has also written to Additional Chief Secretary, Revenue Department, to take departmental action against present Chhachhrauli naib tehsildar Jodha Ram in the case.
According to information, Bir Singh, Ramesh Chand, Jasbir Singh, Fakir Chand, Satpal and Rameshwar Das of Malakpur Khadar village sold 16 kanal and 14 marla shamlat land to Charanjit Kaur of Ghadhauli village. Chhachhrauli naib tehsildar Randhir Singh got the sale deed of the said land registered in the name of Charanjit Kaur on July 26, 2010. The mutation was also entered in revenue record on August 5, 2010.
Charanjit Kaur is learnt to have sold the land to a woman, Khurshida. Current naib tehsildar Jodha Ram got the sale deed registered in the name of Khurshida on March 25, 2014. However, when Khurshida went to the patwari to get the mutation of the land done, he refused to enter the mutation saying it belonged to the panchayat.
In a letter to the Additional Chief Secretary, the DC said Jodha Ram registered the sale deed on the basis of the old deed, but didn’t verify the revenue record. Thus, he committed negligence while performing his duty.
Sources added the Chhachhrauli BDPO had also filed a case before the Collector (DC) for cancellation of the above-said sale deed under Section 13 A of the Punjab Village Common Land Act. The collector is reported to have granted stay for further sale of the land.
SHO Sheeshpal Walia said a case under Sections 420, 467, 468, 471 and 120 B of the IPC was registered.