Anil Kumar Maurya again raised voices against land grabbing before chief minister office as police and tehsil are playing dubious role

 

Grievance Status for registration number : GOVUP/E/2023/0017025

Grievance Concerns To

Name Of Complainant

Anil Kumar Maurya

Date of Receipt

10/03/2023

Received By Ministry/Department

Uttar Pradesh

Grievance Description

1-It is submitted before the Honourable Sir that The matter concerns land grabbing but the concerned police are not taking any action questions integrity of the police ipso facto. It is quite obvious that land grabbers have grabbed the entire while they purchased the part of land and threatened the police and Tehsil staff and denied to accept the boundary decided by the Lekhpal under section 24 of revenue code 2007. In reference to these grievances and submitted reports of Lekhpal concerned registration number: PMOPG/E/2023/0005044 and registration number: PMOPG/E/2023/0008499.


2-I pray before the Honourable Sir that An application under article 51A of the constitution of India on behalf of my father Gulabdhar Maurya Son of late Amarnath Maurya resident of village and post Lohiya Talab district Mirzapur to make enquiry regarding land grabbing of the opposite party and police is mute spectator and harassing the victim only. Section 441 (Criminal Trespass): When someone unlawfully enters a property, or lawfully enters a property but unlawfully remains there (such as a tenant after expiration of tenancy) with the intent to commit an offence, or to intimidate, insult or annoy the person in possession of such property, it amounts to criminal trespass. Section 425 (Mischief): When someone intentionally or knowingly causes destruction of a property or any change in a property that diminishes its value or utility, they are said to commit “mischief”. Section 420 (Cheating): This provision is applied when someone cheats and deceives you into delivering any property to someone else. #Section 442 (House Trespass): This is a form of “criminal trespass” wherein the trespasser unlawfully enters a human dwelling, or any building used as a place of worship or as place for the custody of property. Section 503 (Criminal Intimidation): Any threat of injury to person, reputation or property with the intent to cause them to do something which they are not legally bound to do is a form of “criminal intimidation”.


3-It is submitted before the Honourable Sir that In reference to these grievances and submitted reports of Lekhpal concerned registration number: PMOPG/E/2023/0005044, registration number: PMOPG/E/2023/0005044.

From the report of the Lekhpal concerned, it is quite obvious that the opposite party has grabbed the entire land and is not interested to leave the grabbed land. Here the applicant is not the co-shareholder of the land but paid the price of the land and title has been decided by the concerned magistrate during the process mutation. Therefore, the applicant is the undisputed landlord and boundary of the land has been decided by the Tehsil and police, but possession could not be provided because opposite party members are notorious criminals as mentioned by the applicant in his earlier applications. Both police and Tehsil are frightened of them. The boundary of the land after mutation has been decided and Lekhpal itself accepted it his report that opposite has grabbed the entire land while in accordance with the law, they must claim for the piece of land purchased by them not the entire land consequently opposite party is reaping the benefit of muscle power and peace-loving nature of the applicant in the matter.

Section 116 of revenue code 2006 states as follows. Section 116 UP Revenue Code Description(1) A bhumidhar may sue for the division of the holding of which he is a co-sharer.(2) In every such suit, the Court may also divide the trees, wells and other improvements existing on such holding but where such division is not

4-I pray before the Honourable Sir that here whatever land is purchased by the opposite party, they must confine themselves to the same land but because of their criminal nature they are trying to take the law of land under their teeth by grabbing the land of the applicant of which title is in the name of the applicant quite obvious from the report of the Lekhpal.

Grievance Document

Current Status

Grievance received   

Date of Action

10/03/2023

Officer Concerns To

Forwarded to

Uttar Pradesh

Officer Name

Shri Bhaskar Pandey (Joint Secretary)

Organisation name

Uttar Pradesh

Contact Address

Chief Minister Secretariat , Room No. 321, U.P. Secretariat, Lucknow

Email Address

bhaskar.12214@gov.in

Contact Number

05222226350

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Beerbhadra Singh

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