Gurugram: HSVP’s estate officer among five booked for irregularity in allotment of plot

Gurugram: HSVP’s estate officer among five booked for irregularity in allotment of plot

May 6, 2019 in Haryana Government

GURUGRAM: The estate officer of Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP) and four others have been booked for alleged irregularities in allotment and transfer of a commercial plot auctioned in 2008. The urban development authority officials are accused of changing the details of the plot holder.
The case was filed upon the complaint of Sahil Hans, a resident of Naraina Vihar in New Delhi. In February 2008, HSVP had auctioned a two- storey shop (DSS) in Sector 9, and Sahil was allotted the property for Rs 1.06 crore. He deposited Rs 26 lakh as initial earnest amount, while the remaining amount had to be paid on half-yearly basis.
After the allotment, Sahil was approached by Shiv Prakash Aggarwal and his son Rishi —claiming to be financer and investor —who wanted to purchase the DSS. “I explained to them that I only had the documents related to the allotment as the full payment was yet to be made. The duo convinced me saying that they would get the allotment transferred in their name as they have very good liaisons with HSVP officials,” alleged Sahil.
They also assured Sahil that the balance amount that had to be paid to HSVP, will be paid by them. After few meetings, Sahil agreed to sell the said property for Rs 26 lakh. The payments were made through cheques from the bank account of Pushpa Agarwal, sister of Shiv Prakash.
In 2011, Sahil received a call from Ghaziabad police informing him that about a complaint was filed against him by Pushpa Agarwal alleging that Sahil received the money from them but did not transfer the plot.
“HSVP officials informed that the plot was still on my name (till that time) but the address was changed to Shiv Prakash’s,” Sahil said. He added that all this while all the notices sent by HSVP was going to Shiv Prakash’s address while the department was holding him accountable for the same.
Sahil filed a complaint with the economic offence wing of Gurgaon police but action was only taken after he approached the chief minister.
An FIR has been registered at Sector 9 police station against the five accused under relevant sections 403 (misappropriation of property), 405 (Criminal breach of trust), 416 (cheating by personation), 420 (cheating), 467 (forging a document), 468 (forgery), 34 (common intention) and 120B (criminal conspiracy) of the IPC.

Sources: realty.economictimes.indiatimes.com

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