Property of 'National Herald' will be sealed in Bhopal!: Minister Bhupendra Singh said- took land in the name of Freedom Fighters, used commercial
The heat of the 'National Herald' case has reached Bhopal. The property of 'National Herald' in Bhopal will be investigated. Urban Administration Minister Bhupendra Singh has also ordered its orders on Thursday. The minister says that land was taken in the name of Freedom Fighters. Whose commercial is being used. The property will be sealed after investigation. Also, the officers who have made land use changes of the property will also be taken action. The company's office was sealed. The investigating agency took this action in the money laundering case. ED has also questioned Sonia Gandhi in this case. After this, Rahul Gandhi said- We are not afraid of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Do what they have to do. Our job is to fight to protect the Constitution. Fight for the honor of the country. This war will continue. Rahul said- Now there will be no Satyagraha no longer. Taking the place, after that the property was taken in his name, action will be taken against them. Currently, many commercial offices including 'Vishal Mega Mart' are operated in the National Herald office.
Action will also be taken against those who change land use The then officials who change the land use of the land allotted will also be investigated. Minister Bhupendra Singh said that those who took place in the name of freedom fighters, then got the property in their name. They will also be investigated.Read more: The story of Tejaswin Shankar's historical bronze is filmy!
Congress leader fraudulently sold the property of Bhopal
The plot in the posh area of Bhopal was also allotted in the name of National Herald. According to media reports, a Congress leader had sold this plot to the builder in a fake way. The builder built the building on it. He sold various people for commercial and retail experiment. In the present situation, the price of land including building is more than Rs 150 crore.
22 thousand square feet of land on Prime Lokshan in Indore
Agra-Mumbai to be considered a lifeline in Indore in Indore There is also 22 thousand square feet of land of 'National Herald' on the highway. Its estimated price is more than 25 crores. There are also many newspapers' offices in the same area. In August 2014, the ED took automatic cognizance in this case and registered a case of money laundering. Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Congress's Motilal Vora, Oscar Fernandez, Sam Pitroda and Suman Dubey were accused in the case. Understand this whole case with graphics below ...
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