Nagpur: In a well-planned conspiracy, a gang of tricksters including a doctor audaciously sold vacant land of Rural Police Headquarters in Jaripatka area. The accused sold the land to a 45-year old man fraudulently and also took Rs 36 lakh from him over a period of seven months as the cost of the land.
According to police, the accused doctor Abdul Vakil Abdul Mateen Siddiqui (28), resident of Siddiqui Complex, Nagpur and his other accomplices hatched a conspiracy. The accused doctor and others approached Mahesh Devdutt Gupta (45), resident of Civil Lines, behind Gupta House, and negotiated an agreement to sell the 2 hectare (4.94 acre) vacant land situated at Mauza Indora Khasra No. 40/2 belonging to Rural Police Headquarters in Jaripatka area.
The negotiation was done with Rs 7.70 lakh agreement amount. Thereafter, the complainant Mahesh Gupta paid Rs 36 lakh to the accused doctor and his other accomplices over a period of seven months i.e. from 27.2.2015 to 18.9.2015 as cost of the land. However, when Gupta went to City Survey office for measurement he was shocked to know that the land was in possession of Rural Police Headquarters. The rattled Gupta had no option but to register a case against the accused doctor and others.
Jaripatka PSI Dongre, acting on the complaint, booked the accused doctor Abdul Vakil Abdul Mateen Siddiqui nd others under Sections 420, 34 of IPC and launched a thorough investigation into the matter.