Haldwani News: Sir, I am alive! Land was seen showing dead, farmer pleaded for help from Kumaon Commissioner Deepak Rawat
Haldwani News: The land mafia took the farmer dead and grabbed his land. With the complaint of which the farmer reached the Janata Durbar of Kumaon Commissioner Deepak Rawat. Where he has pleaded for justice. Know what the whole matter is ...
Haldwani News: Kumaon Commissioner Such a case came to light in Deepak Rawat's Janata Darbar, which you will be surprised to hear. This is the case of Kushya Kutouli Tehsil of Nainital district. Where the land mafia showed the poor farmer dead and bought three drainage land. Now the victim Hari Krishna is circling the office of the officers and pleading for justice saying "I am alive sir"
Know what is the whole matter The 3 drain land of Hari Krishna Budhalakoti is in Kushaya Kutoli Pangot, Harikrishna was declared dead in 1980 by the Tehsil and Gram Panchayat employees. After the declaration of the deceased, he bought the land located in Pangot in Nainital by some land mafia in 2011, now Hari Krishna Budhlakoti is circling the government offices for the ground rights. Disappointed with government departments, Budhalakoti Kumaon reached the court of Commissioner Deepak Rawat and narrated his grief to him.
It is being told that a big officer of the forest department posted in Ramnagar has bought 3 drain land located in Pangot from the land mafia. The employees of Kushya Kutouli tehsil are also in collusion with this, they have also filed a case in the tehsil in this regard, but the Tehsildar is also not taking any action. He alleges that his death certificate has been made with the connivance of the officials of the panchayat and the employees of the tehsil.
Harikrishna told that he has pleaded for justice by meeting the commissioner. On his problem, Kumaon Commissioner Deepak Rawat called Tehsildar Kushy Kutouli and directed him to conduct a fair investigation in the whole matter. He has said that this is a very serious matter and action will be taken against the culprits by conducting a fair investigation.