Five held for selling open land without the knowledge of owners

Hyderabad, Jun 18 (Representative) The Economic Offence Wing (EOW), Cyberbad have arrested five people who tried to sell the open lands of innocent farmers and others with the knowledge of owners by creating forged documents. Police seized 51 Pattadar Pass Books (filled with names, Photos and stamps of United AP(44), Telangana(7), 16 Pattadar Pass Books (empty AP-2, Telangana 14), 91 Documents ( Registered, Un- registered and Agreement of sales) , 9 Revenue rubber stamps of various Mandals, 5 Aarogyasri Health Cards , 2 Household cards, One voter ID, 264 Non Judicial Stamp papers and six mobile phones from their possession. The Cyberabad EOW Police has arrested five accused when they were trying to sell the open lands of innocent farmers and others without the knowledge of owners by creating forged documents — sale deed, Agreement of Sale in the name of gullible purchasers to earn easy money in the limits of Cyberabad Police Commissioner ate, a release here said on Friday.

A written complaint was lodged by Adinarayana on March 20, 2021 and stated that that he is in real estate business and during the course of his business, he was acquainted with Adinarayana Murthy and his associates who have brought a proposal that they would sell lands situated at Golluru Village, Maheshwaram Mandal of Ranga Reddy district with a promise that they would arrange registration of the lands in his favour if he is interested and pay the money. Further they have shown ownership documents consisting of the land documents and Pattedar passbooks. After mutual discussions, they agreed to sell the lands at Golluru Village, Maheshwaram Mandal, Rangareddy district to get the sale deed directly registered in his name from the owners. The sale amount was fixed at Rs 1.4 crore per acre and total consideration amount is Rs 56 crore for the entire 40 acres. On seeing the Agreement of sale MoU, the complainant paid an advance amount of Rs 8.5 crore to M/s Jaya Dhasaradhi Projects LLP Rs 6,49,60,000 through RTGS, Rs 1.3 crore through cheque and Rs 20 lakh in cash on June 6, 2019. MoU was entered on June 7, 2019.

After paying the initial advance he was patiently waiting to get the sale deed executed and registered in his favour. After his repeated requests, they sent a photo copy image of registered sale deed to his mobile showing that a sale deed has been executed in his name, which has been duly registered. But they went on dodging the issue without giving him the original documents and cheated him. Based on the above complaint, a case was registered in Cr.No. 277/2021, U/s 467, 468, 471, 420 IPC at Kukatpally PS, and investigated into. Subsequently the investigation was taken over by EOW of Cyberabad and and arrested five accused on June 17 and they were remanded to judicial custody, the release added.