Court acquitted Sumawali MLA. FIR was registered in conspiracy of land fraud, court acquitted IG News

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Congress MLA from Sumavali Ajab Singh Kushwaha - Dainik Bhaskar

Congress MLA from Sumawali Ajab Singh Kushwaha

  • The case was registered two years ago

MP MLA Court in Gwalior on Wednesday gave a big relief to Congress MLA from Sumawali, Ajab Singh Kushwaha. In September 2021, the court has acquitted the MLA in the conspiracy of fraud of more than one crore rupees in Hazira police station, considering him innocent. Besides, the court has also acquitted Ranjit Singh Kushwaha, son-in-law of Congress MLA Ajab Singh. This case was of fraud by selling land. In which the complainant had accused of embezzling Rs 1 crore eight lakh.
Wednesday brought relief for Congress MLA and property businessman Ajab Singh Kushwaha from Sumavali, Morena. Just before the assembly elections, the MP MLA Court has declared the MLA innocent and acquitted him in a case related to land fraud in Hazira. Along with the MLA, his son-in-law Ranjit Singh was also an accused in this case, hence he has also got relief. The court has not imposed any penalty.
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This case was registered in Hazira police station on 30 September 2021 on the complaint of complainant Krishna Gopal Chaurasia. In the complaint, Krishna Gopal had said that Sumawali MLA Ajab Singh Kushwaha had cut a colony on Sagar Tal Road, Ladheri in the year 2013. The MLA had shown the land to Krishna Gopal by assuring him of getting the land at a lower rate. After liking the land, property dealer Krishna Gopal had signed a contract for two bighas of land with the MLA and his son-in-law Ranjit Singh. Rs 1.08 crore was given to buy the land. After this Ajab Singh did not register the land. When Krishna Gopal asked for registry, Ajab Singh said that firing had taken place on this land and a case of attempt to murder had been registered. I will register as soon as this matter is resolved. During this, he gave two checks of Rs 24 lakh and Rs 68 lakh to the complainant as guarantee. One check was dated May 15, 2013, for Rs 24 lakh, while the other was dated August 18, 2013. When the complainant deposited both the checks in the bank, the checks bounced due to lack of money in the account. On this, Ajab Singh and Ranjit Singh promised to give the complainant a land in Sheopur in exchange, but even after that neither gave the land nor returned the money. On which a case of fraud and conspiracy was registered against him in Hazira police station.

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