|Crime Branch Jammu registers case for cheating, forgery|
EARLY TIMES REPORT
JAMMU, Sept 30: Crime Branch Jammu registered a criminal case against three accused for forging documents and cheating the complainant with respect to a piece of land and commercial building jointly owned by the accused and the complainant.
The formal case of cheating and forgery was registered against Sanjay Jain and Ajay Jain both sons of Bani Lal Jain, and Akshay Jain, son of Ajay Jain, residents of H No 198, Sec-5, Ward No 54, Trikuta Nagar, Jammu after a written complaint in this regard was lodged in Crime Branch Jammu by Pavinder Vijay Jain, son of Late Raj Kumar of Gummat Chowk, Jammu.
In his complaint, the complainant pleaded that a piece of land measuring approximately 1 Kanal & 5 marla under Khasra No 275 was leased to five persons by Rani Bilori Sahib Mandir on 26.09.1986 and the lease deeds were registered in the Court of Sub Registrar, Jammu in favour of Raj Kumar Jain for 1828 Sq.ft., Shanti Parkash Baru for 1828 Sq.ft., Sanjay Jain for 679 Sq.ft. Kuldeep Baru and Pardeep Baru for 679 Sq.ft and land measuring 400 Sq.ft for Shanti Parkash Baru and Raj Kumar Jain jointly for common passage.
Land of Raj Kumar Jain measuring 1828 Sq.ft was further transferred and registered in the name of complainant (Pavinder Vijay Jain) in the Court of Sub Registrar, Jammu on 11th March, 1996 and complainant Pavinder Vijay Jain and Sanjay Jain had jointly constructed a building over this land for commercial use and thereafter dispute arose up between complainant and Sanjay Jain regarding this building which was finalized by Special Tribunal Jammu on 06.12.1996.
Surprisingly, Sanjay Jain in connivance with Revenue Department officials obtained fake Girdawari in his favour for 1 kanal & 5 marla land w.e.f. year 1988 although he was entitled for less than 2.5 marla land on lease from Rani Bilori Sahib Mandir as per lease deed.
Taking cognizance into the matter, a preliminary verification was conducted by Crime Branch, Jammu and during enquiry it has been prima facie established that accused have opened their business establishments on fake documents and cheated the complainant.
A formal case has been registered in PS Crime Branch, Jammu against the accused persons under the relevant sections of law and investigation initiated.