Sultanpur Police Attached Assets Worth More Than 2 Crores Of Smuggler Baba Singh Ann
UP News: In UP, the process of encountering criminals and...
UP News: In UP, the process of encountering criminals and attaching their property is going on. In this sequence, property worth 2 crore 79 lakh 95 thousand of smack smuggler named Vishwanath Singh alias Baba Singh was attached in Sultanpur today. Simultaneously, the government land was freed from illegal occupation by running a bulldozer.
Never had any property with the family
This case is of Bihi Nidura village of Baldi Rai police station area of Sultanpur. Vishwanath Singh alias Baba Singh, a resident of this village, was a big businessman of Smack. There are allegations against him that he was ruining the youth by smacking the smack on a large scale in the surrounding areas and districts. According to the district administration, his family did not have any property, but as soon as he got into this business, he had acquired property worth crores. Along with this, on the strength of Dabangai, many government land of the village was illegally occupied. On which the administration started tightening the noose on Baba Singh.
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Action taken on the order of 30th JulySir
During the hearing in the District Magistrate’s court, an order was given to attach his property. Along with this, it was also asked to remove illegal occupation from the government land of the village. To get this order to be followed, the police of many nearby police stations including SDM Baldi Rai, CO Baldi Rai reached the spot. He was freed by running a bulldozer on the ground. Along with this, assets worth more than 2.5 crores were attached. SDM Vandana Pandey told that the order was passed against Vishwanath Singh alias Baba on 30 July 2022. Under the same, action is being taken to attach illegally acquired property.
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