Land of Alagiri Trust Inspected by Officials

Published: 24th June 2014 07:16 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th June 2014 07:16 AM   |  A+A-

MADURAI: Ramalingam, a Sivarakottai resident, petitioned Collector L Subramanian to retrieve the alleged encroached government land by MK Alagiri Educational Trust for Dhaya College of Engineering here on Friday.

At the farmers’ grievances day meeting conducted at the Collectorate here, Ramalingam made the representation to the Collector stating that the land in which a Ganesh temple is situated in Sivarakottai village (survey number 175/13) was encroached by Alagiri in his capacity as the founder president of MK Alagiri Educational Trust for the construction of the college.

According to the petition, the 44-cent land was sold to M K Alagiri’s trust by creating a forged document (121/2011) and that the land was registered at the Tirumangalam sub registrar office.

Ramalingam also alleged that the temple land belonged to the government and that the land mentioned with patta number 1270 and survey number 175/13 actually belonged to survey number 17/6B in Sivarakottai village.

Hence, he sought action against Alagiri. The Collector has assured prompt action on his petition.

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