Two arrested for land grab

Police attached to the Anti-Land Grab Cell (ALGC) arrested two persons on charges of creating bogus documents and selling 3.12 acre of land in Velithangal Village near Vellore.

Published: 24th June 2012 10:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th June 2012 10:17 AM   |  A+A-

Police attached to the Anti-Land Grab Cell (ALGC) arrested two persons on charges of creating bogus documents and selling 3.12 acre of land in Velithangal Village near here.

Pitchaimuthu of Kavalur in Arakkonam lodged a complaint with the ALGC against his uncle, Kalimuthu, and a realtor, Mohan, alleging that they had made bogus documents and converted 3.12 acre of his land in Mohan’s name in 2010. The duo sold the land after converting it into plots, said a policeman. On an inquiry, the police found that the allegations were true. Police arrested Kalimuthu on June 13 and Mohan on June 20. They registered a case against them for land grabbing and creating bogus documents. They were remanded to judicial custody and sent to the Vellore Prison for Men.

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