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Suspended Tehsildar Can Reveal The Secret Before The Sit, Who Are The Partners In The Bargain, With Whom Are The Strings Attached

Suspended Tehsildar Can Reveal The Secret Before The Sit, Who Are The Partners In The Bargain, With Whom Are The Strings Attached
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British era mission house on the disputed land of Baptist Church at Hansi Gate. Dialogue
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Bhiwani. In the Baptist Church disputed land case, the SIT of State Vigilance is engaged in questioning the suspended Tehsildar Ravindra Kumar. Only the Tehsildar can reveal the names of the accused related to this episode and the role of the administrative officers. So far, the role of those arrested in the sale of the disputed land by forgery and preparation of fake documents and delivery of crores of rupees through the land buyers to the Tehsildar has been exposed, while who were the partners in the bargain and with whom. The strings of this episode were connected with, it has not been disclosed yet. In this episode the needle of suspicion is also turning towards an IAS officer, but all this will be clear only after the SIT investigates the role.
12342 square yards of valuable land in Hansi Gate area of ​​Bhiwani city belongs to Baptist Church Missionary Societies. An attempt was being made to sell the disputed land worth about Rs 100 crore in connivance with the Bhiwani Tehsil office for Rs one crore 72 lakh. In this, after the arrest of Tehsildar, bribery and bargaining of Rs 1 crore 20 lakh has also come to the fore. In the inquiry of SIT, the role of transaction of rupees in the deal of disputed land by the accused Sumer Ghanghas has come to the fore. While the accused Jaljit Malik alias Ashish, a resident of Putti, Sonipat, was the buyer of the disputed land in this case. Sumer Ghanghas has confessed in interrogation that he sent Rs 1 crore 20 lakh to the suspended Tehsildar Ravindra Kumar Malik. Now the SIT is engaged in questioning the accused suspended Tehsildar Ravindra Kumar. There are now five to six accused on the radar of the SIT, who were yet to be arrested. The SIT is also engaged in the search of these accused.
Sumer Ghanghas and Jaljeet Malik’s remand completed, then both sent to jail
In the Baptist Church disputed land case, the SIT produced the accused Sumer Ghanghas and Jaljeet Malik alias Ashish in the Bhiwani court on Saturday after questioning, from where they have been sent to the district jail again. Sumer Ghanghas and Jaljit were arrested by the Economic Offenses Wing team of Bhiwani, but after the case was handed over to the SIT, they were interrogated after taking two days remand. Only after this, the SIT arrested suspended Tehsildar Ravindra Kumar Malik, accused in this case. At present, the SIT is engaged in intensive interrogation of Ravindra Malik during his two-day remand.
Baptist Church Missionary Societies have property worth billions in Bhiwani
Baptist Church Missionary Societies have property worth billions in Bhiwani. Missionary officers are in England. But some nominated office bearers of the society live in Delhi. Those who have taken the responsibility of monitoring and maintaining the property worth billions in Bhiwani only in the capacity of a caretaker. Although there is also a church house in Naya Bazar of Bhiwani. A local committee has also been formed to monitor it. There is also a Baptist missionary’s session house, school, old hostel and cemetery. The occupiers and Natwarlalas have a bad eye on this property worth billions.
After the interrogation of the SIT, the accused Jaljit Malik and Sumer Ghanghas were produced in the Bhiwani court on Saturday, from where they have been sent to the district jail. In this case, the interrogation of the accused suspended Tehsildar Ravindra Malik is going on. Five to six people are yet to be arrested in this case, for which efforts are being made.
– Sumit Kumar, Incharge SIT and DSP Vigilance Department.

Bhiwani. In the Baptist Church disputed land case, the SIT of State Vigilance is engaged in questioning the suspended Tehsildar Ravindra Kumar. Only the Tehsildar can reveal the names of the accused related to this episode and the role of the administrative officers. So far, the role of those arrested in the sale of the disputed land by forgery and preparation of fake documents and delivery of crores of rupees through the land buyers to the Tehsildar has been exposed, while who were the partners in the bargain and with whom. The strings of this episode were connected with, it has not been disclosed yet. In this episode the needle of suspicion is also turning towards an IAS officer, but all this will be clear only after the SIT investigates the role.

12342 square yards of valuable land in Hansi Gate area of ​​Bhiwani city belongs to Baptist Church Missionary Societies. An attempt was being made to sell the disputed land worth about Rs 100 crore in connivance with the Bhiwani Tehsil office for Rs one crore 72 lakh. In this, after the arrest of Tehsildar, bribery and bargaining of Rs 1 crore 20 lakh has also come to the fore. In the inquiry of SIT, the role of transaction of rupees in the deal of disputed land by the accused Sumer Ghanghas has come to the fore. While the accused Jaljit Malik alias Ashish, a resident of Putti, Sonipat, was the buyer of the disputed land in this case. Sumer Ghanghas has confessed in interrogation that he sent Rs 1 crore 20 lakh to the suspended Tehsildar Ravindra Kumar Malik. Now the SIT is engaged in questioning the accused suspended Tehsildar Ravindra Kumar. There are now five to six accused on the radar of the SIT, who were yet to be arrested. The SIT is also engaged in the search of these accused.

Sumer Ghanghas and Jaljeet Malik’s remand completed, then both sent to jail

In the Baptist Church disputed land case, the SIT produced the accused Sumer Ghanghas and Jaljeet Malik alias Ashish in the Bhiwani court on Saturday after questioning, from where they have been sent to the district jail again. Sumer Ghanghas and Jaljit were arrested by the Economic Offenses Wing team of Bhiwani, but after the case was handed over to the SIT, they were interrogated after taking two days remand. Only after this, the SIT arrested suspended Tehsildar Ravindra Kumar Malik, accused in this case. At present, the SIT is engaged in intensive interrogation of Ravindra Malik during his two-day remand.

Baptist Church Missionary Societies have property worth billions in Bhiwani

Baptist Church Missionary Societies have property worth billions in Bhiwani. Missionary officers are in England. But some nominated office bearers of the society live in Delhi. Those who have taken the responsibility of monitoring and maintaining the property worth billions in Bhiwani only in the capacity of a caretaker. Although there is also a church house in Naya Bazar of Bhiwani. A local committee has also been formed to monitor it. There is also a Baptist missionary’s session house, school, old hostel and cemetery. The occupiers and Natwarlalas have a bad eye on this property worth billions.

After the interrogation of the SIT, the accused Jaljit Malik and Sumer Ghanghas were produced in the Bhiwani court on Saturday, from where they have been sent to the district jail. In this case, the interrogation of the accused suspended Tehsildar Ravindra Malik is going on. Five to six people are yet to be arrested in this case, for which efforts are being made.

– Sumit Kumar, Incharge SIT and DSP Vigilance Department.


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