Cops fail to start probe despite FIRs

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GURGAON: Two FIRs but no probe yet. Police are dragging their feet in acting against defence personnel who have got plots in Gurgaon and across Haryana with fake documents.

After directions from the Punjab and Haryana high court, an FIR was registered on October 9 at Sector 56 police station after a complaint by estate officer II Narendra Yadav. Another case was filed on the same day at Civil Lines police station.

Yadav said in his complaint the high court had asked the chief administrator of HUDA, Panchkula, to register an FIR against defence personnel, ex-servicemen and others who obtained plots fraudulently in the reserved category. He cited 30 such allocations in the complaint. In the FIR filed at Civil Lines, police named seven persons four among them defence personnel and two ex-servicemen.

Police sources said none of the accused has been questioned. Pradeep Dangi, SHO, Sector 56, said police were collecting records from HUDA and will investigate once the process is over.

The scam came to light after Colonel Dharam Singh Yadav, posted with 6 Bihar Batallion, NCC, at Gaya, sought anticipatory bail in an FIR registered against him under Sections 420 (cheating) and 193 (false evidence) of the Indian Pencal Code at Civil Lines police station following a complaint filed by a Gurgaon-based property dealer.

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