12 charged with changing girdawari to government land in Amritsar village : The Tribune India
Amritsar, October 19
The Vigilance Bureau registered a case against 12 people, including a former patwari and two patwaris from the Revenue Department, accused of changing the girdawari (registration) of government land in Darya Mansoor village, Amritsar district.
The VB arrested Dalbir Singh, a former patwari, and Lakhbir Singh, patwari, from the Tax Department – and three private individuals – Brizhnev Singh, Sukhjit Singh and Sukhdev Singh.
A spokesman for the Vigilance Bureau said Sukha Singh, a resident of Kamirpura, complained to the Vigilance Bureau in this regard. Upon investigation, they found that a former Patwari from the Department of Revenue, Dalbir Singh, a resident of Kartar Nagar, Cheharta; patwari Ranjit Singh, a resident of Mohalla Gopal Nagar; and patwari Lakhbir Singh, a resident of Ball Labe Darya village, Amritsar district, filed a false report to alter the case with the connivance of defendants Brijnev Singh, Harsher Singh, Ramandeep Kaur, wife of Harsher Singh, Rimplejit Kaur, wife of Brijnev Singh, residents of Holy Estate, Amritsar, Sukhjit Singh, sons Prabhadeep Singh and Ravdeep Singh, residents of Jagdev Khurd village, Baljit Kaur and Sukhdev Singh, residents of Kallomahl village.
The Vigilance Bureau registered a case under Section 7 of the Corruption Prevention Act and Sections 420, 465, 466, 468, 471 and 120-B of the IPC.