On 2nd December a surprise raid by a special team from Rachakonda Police Commissionerate led to the arrest of a gang of 15 persons indulging in creation of fake land documents. The police personnel confiscated several fake documents, bundles of cash and also other material used to create fake documents.
This story started when an NRI named Dr Deepak Kant Vyas met Telangana NRI Affairs Minister KT Rama Rao, during the latter’s visit to USA in the month of October 2016, and submitted a memorandum. In his memorandum Dr Deepak described how a parcel of land he bought near Bhongir town was illegally sold to another person by a gang which created a fake document on his land.
Minister KTR assured that he would look into the matter and as soon as he returned from the US, instructed concerned officials to investigate the issue submitted by Dr Deepak.
Photo: Rachakonda Police Commissioner Mahesh Bhagawat checking the fake documents and other paraphernalia confiscated from the gang
After checking the details submitted by Dr Deepak, the Revenue and Police department of Telangana ascertained that the land was infact owned by Dr Deepak and an organized gang has created fake documents over his property.
A manhunt was then launched to nab the culprits behind this crime, which finally resulted in the arrest of 15 member gang on 2nd December. Cases under relevant sections have been filed on the accused and they have been sent to judicial remand.
Commissioner of Police for Rachakonda Commissionerate Mahesh M Bhagawat convened a pressmeet and produced the culprits and the fake documents and cash confiscated from them in front of the media yesterday.
From responding to SoS from Gulf migrants to helping NRIs, who face other issues, Minister KTR is setting a new trend in Telangana.