Rajasthan Ex-MP Files Case Against Uncle, Others Over Appropriation Of Land

Jyoti Mirdha in her criticism, she has given the names of 13 individuals.


Rajasthan Police is investigating a case filed by former Nagaur MP Jyoti Mirdha in opposition to some individuals, together with former state tourism minister Usha Punia, over the alleged appropriation of the land of her share in parental property.

In a criticism registered beneath the IPC on the Choapsni Housing Board police station on the path of a court docket, Jyoti Mirdha has alleged that her uncle Bhanu Prakash Mirdha, additionally an ex-MP, offered part of 50 bigha land belonging to her father Ram Niwas Mirdha.

The property within the Chopasni space is known within the metropolis as Mirdha Farm House and bears an enormous market worth presently. Jyoti Mirdha’s grandfather, recognized in state politics as Baba, used to remain within the farmhouse till his demise.

“Since then, her uncle and father’s younger brother Bhanu Prakash Mirdha has been living here. In 1988, he sold a part of this property from her father’s share to one Bhanwar Lal for the purpose of residential development,” she alleged in her criticism.

Jyoti Mirdha additional mentioned since they had been solely two daughters to her father and lived out of Jodhpur, they by no means knew about this improvement.

Taking benefit of their absence, her uncle fabricated paperwork and bought the property transformed from agriculture to residential land, she alleged.

In her criticism, she has given the names of 13 individuals, together with her uncle Bhanu Prakash Mirdha and former tourism minister Usha Punia.

Station House Officer, Chopasni Housing Board, Likhmaram confirmed that police obtained the order of investigation from the court docket on Thursday.

“We have received the complaint and have referred the matter to the DCP (West) for appointment of the investigation officer into the matter,” he mentioned.


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