Sadhna Tiwari submitted representation for enquiry in fraud

 Grievance Status for registration number : GOVUP/E/2024/0022577

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 sub divisional magistrate tahsil Lalganj district-Mirzapur to order an enquiry against offenders who usurped the ancestral land of the applicant by reaping benefit of vulnerability of the applicant also direct the concerned police to register the first information report under appropriate sections of Indian penal code in this matter of fraud. Please direct your subordinates to cancel the illegal inheritance carried out fraudulently in the favour of fraud people in which applicant was deprived arbitrarily from the ancestral land.

The first page of the attached PDF document is the family register of the applicant second page is the death certificate of the father of the applicant and last page of the attached PDF document is the revenue record concerning the matter.

The details of offenders are as follows.

1-Dayashankar Mishra S/O Shambhu Saran Mishra, Police station-Drummond Ganj, village- Bhaisod Balay Pahad post-Drummond Ganj, tehsil-Lalganj, development block-Halia, District- Mirzapur Uttar Pradesh.

2- Hariprasad Mishra S/O Shambhu Saran Mishra, Police station-Drummond Ganj, village- Bhaisod Balay Pahad post-Drummond Ganj, tehsil-Lalganj, development block-Halia, District- Mirzapur Uttar Pradesh.

3-Lekhpal, Lalganj tehsil, 4-Revenue inspector, Lalganj tehsil and 5-Tehsildar, Lalganj tehsil

The matter concerns usurping of the ancestral land by reaping the vulnerability and immaturity of the applicant does not concern with land dispute, but it is criminal offence must be entertained by police to be instrumental in providing justice to applicant. Here ancestral usurped by the brothers of my deceased father by colluding with the Lekhpal, revenue inspector and tahsildar of tehsil Lalganj, district Mirzapur. Please provide justice to the applicant belonging to vulnerable section and setup excellent precedent so that such may not instigate others to destroy the life an adolescent girl whose parents died at tender age.

Class-I heirs-vi. Daughter of 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. They have cheated my entire property dishonestly by colluding with the staff of Tehsil by reaping the vulnerability of the applicant. The report of the concerned investigation officer is arbitrary and not providing justice to the deprived section. Whether the matter of cheating is entertained by the civil court as being suggested by the concerned investigation officer of the police? All the concerned public staff who supported the offenders committed offence under criminal procedure code and Indian Penal Code must be subjected to the penal proceedings by the police to be instrumental in providing justice to a member of the vulnerable section. Here offenders cheated the property of the applicant by reaping the benefits of vulnerability of the applicant which must be taken into account by the police concerned. Where is the justice for the women and girls in the society?

Right to reason is an indispensable part of the sound administrative system, so public information officer must provide the reason for not taking action against offenders under sections 466 467 468 420 195 and 471 of the Indian Penal Code. There is no title dispute between the applicant and opposite party, but a criminal conspiracy to deprive the applicant from the property of her father and police is escaping from the matter by taking recourse that the matter is civil which is illogical.

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

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


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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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