Land dispute in Ayodhya: Now Haider Ali’s entry- said my ancestors had given land in the name of Waqf

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Ayodhya. Ayodhya Ram Mandir: One other individual has been entered within the dispute relating to the acquisition of land of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Belief in Ayodhya. This individual named Ali Haider claims that this land belonged to the prophet of Harish Pathak and Kusum Pathak couple but in addition of Waqf. Some individuals wrongly offered it below their very own identify.

The land was within the identify of Waqf

Haider Ali, a resident of Ayodhya, claims that one in every of his ancestors had transferred the land to the Waqf as he didn’t have any kids. His household nonetheless owns the land. Haider says that Mutawalli Mahmud Alam had acquired the land fraudulently in his identify. Later, in 2011, the 4 sons of Mahmood Alam, Mahfooz Alam, Firoz Alam, Javed Alam and Noor Alam signed the land within the identify of Harish Pathak couple. An FIR has additionally been registered within the Ramjanmabhoomi police station relating to the land. The land was registered in 2017 however the rejection was not filed until March 2021. The matter was pending with the commissioner. In the meantime, in March 2021, when the Ram Janmabhoomi Belief began the method of shopping for the land, the dismissal of the land was filed in a rush. The settlement was given to the belief.

420 accused reader

There are additionally allegations that Harish Pathak, the so-called proprietor of the land, is an accused of 420. His home has been hooked up. On March 18, Harish Pathak and his spouse Kusum Pathak offered land to Ravi Tiwari and Sultan Ansari for two crores. Circumstances of dishonest have been registered in opposition to the couple within the Cantt police station of Ayodhya and the attachment of Kusum’s home was performed on 16 September 2018.

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