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Lalu Yadav’s elder son Tej Pratap accused of illegal land grabbing in Bihar

Tej Partap has been accused of building a temple on the encroached land without taking any prior permission from the concerned authority.  

Published: 22nd February 2018 02:29 PM  |   Last Updated: 22nd February 2018 02:29 PM   |  A+A-

Tej Pratap Yadav (File Photo | PTI)

By ANI

PATNA: Former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Yadav’s elder son Tej Partap Yadav is again surrounded in controversy for illegally capturing government’s land for building a temple.

Tej Partap has been accused of building a temple on the encroached land without taking any prior permission from the concerned authority.  

Now, taking cognizance of the matter Bihar Building Construction Minister Maheshwar Hazari has decided to take legal action against Tej Partap in this matter.

Surprisingly, the land, illegally grabbed by the Yadav scion, is located near Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s house.

Tej Partap was earlier accused by the Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) of acquiring the petrol pump at Patna's busy Anisabad bypass road by furnishing wrong information.

Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi had alleged that the petrol pump was fraudulently allotted to Tej Pratap during the UPA-II regime.
 

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