Court passes order to make party to Mah DyCM, his wife in a land cas
Pune | Thursday, Apr 21 2011 IST
A court here today passed an order to make a party to Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and his wife Sunetra in a case of controversial land grabbing at Ghotawade village in Maval taluka of the district.
Civil court Judge S M Balekar today directed the authorities to make a party to both Mr and Mrs Pawar in a case filed by Chandrakant Gundgal against Raghunath Tapkir.
The land owner Mr Gundgal had moved an application before the court on March 14 seeking to make a party to Mr Pawar and his wife in a land grabbing case.
Talking to UNI, defence lawyer Ranjeet Chite said that his client Chandrakant Gundgal has filed a case in the civic court against the one Raghunath Tapkir whose land is adjoining to Mr Gundgal's land.
Few years ago, Mr Tapkir had sold his plot to Mr Pawar, who built a farm house and established a fire power company on the land. Mr Pawar also encroached on the land of Mr Gundgal while building the farm house and other establishment on the land, Mr Chite said.
Mr Tapkir had claimed, while selling the plot to Mr Pawar, that all the land is owned by him only. When Mr Gundgal came to know about it, he approached the court and filed a civil complaint against Mr Tapkir in the court of Mr Balekar. Following which, the court today passed an order to make party to both Mr and Mrs Pawar along with Mr Tapkir in the case.
-- (UNI) -- 21BY28.xml
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