Sahana Tiwari submitted grievance before S.D.M. Lalganj against injustice made to her by cheaters by colluding with government staff.


Grievance Status for registration number: GOVUP/E/2024/0001722

Grievance Concerns To

Name Of Complainant

Sadhana Tiwari

Date of Receipt


Received By Ministry/Department

Uttar Pradesh

Grievance Description

The matter concerns the working of the Lekhpal and revenue inspector under the supervision of Sub divisional magistrate Lalganj, District-Mirzapur.

Dayashankar Mishra S/O Shambhusaran and Hariprasad Mishra S/O Shambhusaran Mishra cheated entire property of the applicant by reaping vulnerability of applicant.

The applicant is the daughter of deceased Siyakant Mishra S/O Shambhusaran Mishra whose date of birth is 08 July 1995 quite obvious from the transfer certificate of 8th standard attached as 7th page of PDF document to the grievance. The father of the applicant died on 12 October 2001 which means applicant was merely 6 years 3 months 4 days old and mother had already departed to heavenly abode. Because of security reasons the applicant went to close relatives and when grandfather died in 2005, inheritance was made in three sons and grandmother whose details are below, but the applicant who was Class-I heirs-vi. Daughter of a predeceased son was ignored by the concerned people. Please take appropriate action to safeguard the rights of the applicant. Death certificate and family register is attached as page 1 and 2 of the PDF document to the grievance. The applicant married Omkar Nath Tiwari on 12 March 2012 as a copy of the marriage card attached as page 3 of the PDF document to the grievance. Revenue record is page 8 of the PDF document to the grievance.

Section 33 of revenue code 2006 states as-. Mutation in cases of succession. - (1) Every person obtaining possession of any land by succession shall submit a report of such succession to the Revenue Inspector of the circle in which the land is situated in such form as may be prescribed.

(2) On receipt of a report under sub-section (1) or on facts otherwise coming to his knowledge, the Revenue Inspector shall -

(a) if the case is not disputed, record such succession in the record of rights (Khatauni)

(b) in any other case, make such inquiry as may appear to him to be necessary and submit his report to the Tahsildar.

(3) Any person whose name has not been recorded by Revenue Inspector or is aggrieved by the order passed by the Revenue Inspector under clause (a) or (b) of sub-section (2) may move an application before Tahsildar.

(4) The provisions of this section shall mutatis mutandis apply to every person admitted as a Bhumidhar with non-transferable rights or as an asami by the Bhumi Prabandhak Samiti in accordance with the provisions of this Code or any enactment repealed by it.

The family details of late Shambhusaran as follows.

1-Dayashankar Mishra S/O Shambhusaran Mishra

2-Siyakant Mishra S/O Shambhusaran Mishra has expired.

3- Hariprasad Mishra S/O Shambhusaran Mishra

4-Shivshankar Mishra S/O Shambhusaran Mishra has expired.

5-Ramdeiya, widow of late Shambhusaran Mishra, has expired.

In 2022, the Supreme Court ruled that daughters have the right to inherit their parents’ self-acquired property and any other property of which they are absolute owners, adding that this rule would apply even in cases where the parents of a daughter died intestate before the codification of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956.

Section 4(2) amendment

The Section 4(2) of the Hindu Succession Act did not include agricultural lands under its scope of inheritance. This was revoked in 2005 by adding the right to claim inheritance over agricultural lands. The Act was amended to ensure greater equality between men and women, so that women could exercise their rights on the lands they have been toiling.

Class-I heirs-vi. Daughter of a predeceased son

The applicant was class-1 heir in the property of my grandfather who died in 2005 but the property was not inherited in favour of the applicant and the applicant was merely 10 years old at that time. Which is quite obvious from the last page of the attached PDF document to the grievance. They have cheated my entire property dishonestly by colluding with the staff of Tehsil by reaping the vulnerability of the applicant.

Grievance Document

Current Status

Grievance received   

Date of Action


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

Contact Number


To see the attached document to the grievance, please click on the link

Beerbhadra Singh

To write blogs and applications for the deprived sections who can not raise their voices to stop their human rights violations by corrupt bureaucrats and executives.

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