Army man duped in land deal

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GURGAON: An army man was duped of Rs 35 lakh on a land deal in Krishna Colony, which was allegedly sold to another person by the original owner. Police have lodged an FIR.

Sher Singh, a resident of Kalwadi, now deployed in Punjab, had lodged a complaint with the Gurgaon police saying that he had bought a 160 square yard plot in Krishna Colony from one of his relatives, Jaikishan. The plot was in the name of Jaikishan wife Neelam. At that time, Sher Singh had made the full and final payment of Rs 35 lakh and also built a boundary wall on the plot.

“Around two months back, when he visited the plot, he found that another person, identified as Umed Singh, was living there. The new owner showed Sher Singh the paper, which was a general power of attorney (GPA). The GPA was made on his name by Sarjeet Singh, the original owner of the plot, who had earlier sold it Neelam, which Neelam later sold it to Sher Singh. Later, when Sher Singh asked Neelam and husband for a refund, they flatly refused,” police said.

The enquiry of the case was enthused to the economic offence wing, and after their recommendation, the DLF-I police have lodged an FIR against Sarjeet, the original owner of plot, who was found guilty of selling the plot twice.


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