Court orders filing of case against ex-corporators, son

Sakal Times
Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Pune: The district court has ordered the filing of a case against three persons, including two former corporators, for allegedly grabbing 10 acres of prime land belonging to a member of a scheduled caste. The land is located near the highway in Wakad Gaothan.

Additional Sessions Judge Pralhad Bhagure, on February 2, ordered the filing of a special case and issue process (notice) against ex-corporators Vilas Eknath Nandgude, Sujata Vilas Nandgude and their son Santun Vilas Nandgude, all residents of Wakad Gaothan.

Pune: The district court has ordered the filing of a case against three persons, including two former corporators, for allegedly grabbing 10 acres of prime land belonging to a member of a scheduled caste. The land is located near the highway in Wakad Gaothan.

Additional Sessions Judge Pralhad Bhagure, on February 2, ordered the filing of a special case and issue process (notice) against ex-corporators Vilas Eknath Nandgude, Sujata Vilas Nandgude and their son Santun Vilas Nandgude, all residents of Wakad Gaothan.

As police had not registered the case of victim Vijay Nivrutti Waghmare (50), a farmer from Wakad Gaothan, he had filed the complaint in the court through his lawyer RN Ghorpade.

Waghmare alleged that he and his family members were also assaulted by Nandgudes for filing the complaint.

“It is our ancestral land (Mahar Inam) located at survey no. 167/168, which has been grabbed,” Waghmare said.

The court order states, “It appears that initially the 7/12 extract of the land was in the name of complainant’s grandfather. The complainant states that accused persons have forged documents to grab his property. This much evidence is prima facie sufficient to issue process against accused persons under various sections of the Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.”

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