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News: Two forge papers, grab ex-tehsildar’s 5-storey property-10-09-2021


Gurgaon: A five-storey building belonging to a retired tehsildar, whose market value runs into several crores, was fraudulently grabbed by two men in Gurgaon. The accused first took the property on lease for a monthly rent of Rs 1.60 lakh and then allegedly created a trail of forged documents to claim its ownership.The former revenue official got to know about the fraud after he recently received summons from a city court in connection with a dispute over the sale of his property. The alleged fraud came to light days after a 500 square yard plot in Sector 52, belonging to the mother of a Haryana Police IG, was sold by fraudsters with the help of forged signatures and documents.
Ayub Khan, who retired as the sub-tehsildar of Badshapur, bought the building with 10 rooms in 2019. At the time of registry, he had authorised his friend Sahid Khan to appear before the registrar in his place.

“In June 2019, Sahid and his relative Abbas Khan took the property on lease for a monthly rent of Rs 1.6 lakh for running a paying guest accommodation,” said Ayub, a resident of Punhana in Nuh district.


In September 2019, the accused transferred Rs 40 lakh in Ayub’s account.

“When I enquired about the money, Sahid told me that it was supposed to come into his (Sahid’s) account but was mistakenly transferred to my account. The money was transferred back to the account of Sahid in January 2020,” the former revenue official said.

In March 2021, the accused allegedly made another payment of Rs 16 lakh to Ayub. “This was paid as rent from June 2019 to March 2020. They had assured me to pay the remaining amount in a few months. They had cited Covid for the delay in settling the rent,” said Ayub.

Ayub recently received summons from the court of Gurgaon’s civil judge Sashi Saini in a case filed by the accused against him based on a forged agreement. In that agreement, the accused has shown the payment of Rs 40 lakh (which was refunded) and Rs 16 lakh (paid as rent) as the property sale proceeds.

A complaint was filed with the economic offences wing of the Gurgaon police in June, and now an FIR has been registered under sections 420 (cheating), 467 (forgery), 468 (forging document), 471 (using forged document), 120B (criminal conspiracy) and 506 (criminal conspiracy) of IPC at Sadar police station against Abbas and Sahid.

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