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ACP accused of hand-in-glove with land sharks lobbying for Madhapur ACP post


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ACP accused of hand-in-glove with land sharks lobbying for Madhapur ACP post

2017-10-08 11:25:40

ACP accused of hand-in-glove with land sharks lobbying for Madhapur ACP post

(The News Bureau)

There is no dispute about the fact that Wakf properties are up for grab in and around Hyderabad. The grabbers are finding support from politicos and also from the officials including police officials. But little is being done to protect the Wakf properties and take action against the grabbers and their supporters.

Same is the case with the lands attached to ACP accused of hand-in-glove with land sharks lobbying for Madhapur ACP post Hazarath Mir Mehmood Saheb Pahadi of Attapur to an extent of 328 acres 10 guntas dry land and 56 acres 1 gunta wet land. It was declared as Wakf property in Gazette 2893.

Further, the land in survey numbers 403, 418 to 421 is also a notified wakf property attached to Dargah Kohe Moula Ali. Besides, land in survey numbers 399, 400, 401, 403, 420 to 426 has heritage precincts and the government has issued orders in 2009 to this effect.

Yet, a team of land sharks headed by Pasham Madhusudan Reddy and Pilli Anjaneyulu Yadav created fake documents with the help of some corrupt officials and alienating this Wakf property. It was then Wakf property protection activist Mohammed Ayub Ali singlehandedly began his fight to protect Allah’s property.

However, the then Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) of Malkajgiri, K Ravichandan Reddy, in collusion with the land sharks got a ca ACP accused of hand-in-glove with land sharks lobbying for Madhapur ACP post ase registered against Ayub Ali. When the activist was undeterred, the ACP threatened him with booking him under PD Act.

An investigative report was published in this magazine’s July 2016 issue even as the Ayub Ali continued his fight against the land grabbing and took the matter to the higher ups of the police department.

Consequently, an enquiry was ordered into the role of ACP, Ravichandan Reddy and the Crime Investigation Department (CID) was also asked to probe the matter. While the influential ACP managed to bring the CID probe to a halt, the previous Deputy Commissioner of Police, LB Nagar, Tafseer Iqbal, submitted his report to the Director General of Police.

It is learnt the report of the DCP nailed ACP, Ravichandan Reddy for his role in the wakf property grabbing scandal and recommended for suitable action. Following this, the DGP, Anurag Sarma is learnt to have posted the ACP to a police training college.

However, Ravichandan Reddy, is said to have the blessings of some senior officials in the chief minister’s peshi and refused to report at the transferred place. Instead, it is widely in circulation that the ACP is making efforts to become the Madhapur division ACP, considered a plum posting, given the skyrocketing land prices.

It has to be seen whether the government machinery succumbs to the influence Ravichandan Reddy enjoys.

 

 

 

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ACP accused of hand-in-glove with land sharks lobbying for Madhapur ACP post

2017-10-08 11:25:40

(The News Bureau)

There is no dispute about the fact that Wakf properties are up for grab in and around Hyderabad. The grabbers are finding support from politicos and also from the officials including police officials. But little is being done to protect the Wakf properties and take action against the grabbers and their supporters.

Same is the case with the lands attached to Hazarath Mir Mehmood Saheb Pahadi of Attapur to an extent of 328 acres 10 guntas dry land and 56 acres 1 gunta wet land. It was declared as Wakf property in Gazette 2893.

Further, the land in survey numbers 403, 418 to 421 is also a notified wakf property attached to Dargah Kohe Moula Ali. Besides, land in survey numbers 399, 400, 401, 403, 420 to 426 has heritage precincts and the government has issued orders in 2009 to this effect.

Yet, a team of land sharks headed by Pasham Madhusudan Reddy and Pilli Anjaneyulu Yadav created fake documents with the help of some corrupt officials and alienating this Wakf property. It was then Wakf property protection activist Mohammed Ayub Ali singlehandedly began his fight to protect Allah’s property.

However, the then Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) of Malkajgiri, K Ravichandan Reddy, in collusion with the land sharks got a ca ase registered against Ayub Ali. When the activist was undeterred, the ACP threatened him with booking him under PD Act.

An investigative report was published in this magazine’s July 2016 issue even as the Ayub Ali continued his fight against the land grabbing and took the matter to the higher ups of the police department.

Consequently, an enquiry was ordered into the role of ACP, Ravichandan Reddy and the Crime Investigation Department (CID) was also asked to probe the matter. While the influential ACP managed to bring the CID probe to a halt, the previous Deputy Commissioner of Police, LB Nagar, Tafseer Iqbal, submitted his report to the Director General of Police.

It is learnt the report of the DCP nailed ACP, Ravichandan Reddy for his role in the wakf property grabbing scandal and recommended for suitable action. Following this, the DGP, Anurag Sarma is learnt to have posted the ACP to a police training college.

However, Ravichandan Reddy, is said to have the blessings of some senior officials in the chief minister’s peshi and refused to report at the transferred place. Instead, it is widely in circulation that the ACP is making efforts to become the Madhapur division ACP, considered a plum posting, given the skyrocketing land prices.

It has to be seen whether the government machinery succumbs to the influence Ravichandan Reddy enjoys.