Ex-DGP Seeks Police Help to Protect Land

Published: 17th March 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th March 2015 04:01 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Former director-general of police K Aravinda Rao lodged a complaint with the Keesara police on Monday alleging that some local people were not allowing him to construct a compound wall on his own land at Keesara in Cyberabad police limits.

Rao said the group of locals were objecting to it with an intention to forcibly occupy his land.

Aravinda Rao had purchased 690 square yards of open land in Keesara village from a retired police officer, Sheshagiri, 10 years ago. Recently, Rao wanted to sell the land and gave an advertisement in  newspapers.

“When some prospective buyers visited the site to purchase it, some locals threatened them stating that they themselves were buying the land and turned them away. On March 13 and 14, I, along with some workers, went to the land to have a compound wall constructed. Suddenly, some locals gathered there and raised an objection. They did not allow construction of compound wall even though local policemen were present.”

Aravinda Rao further said that the locals who were trying to occupy his land forcibly were making false allegations against him.

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