He alleged that the landowner, who claimed to be a member of Nayeem’s gang threatened him several times.

Allegations on Nayeem continue to surface Hyderabad businessman approaches policePTI
news News Wednesday, December 21, 2016 - 09:36

A businessman on Tuesday approached the Rachakonda Police claiming that four associates of Maoist turned gangster Nayeemuddin forced him to register his house in their names.

In 2012, Shankar, a resident of Sai Colony in Hayathnagar reportedly purchased a three-storey house from  Chandrashekar for Rs.70.2 lakh in his brother-in-law Jakkula Yadagiri’s name.

He paid Rs 50 lakh upfront, and promised to give the remaining amount in installments. However, he could only manage to pay a further amount of Rs 8 lakh.

He alleged that the landowner, who claimed to be a member of Nayeem’s gang threatened him several times. 

Chandrasekhar along with his associates Seshanna, Niranjan and Rajanikanth forcibly got the house registered in Niranjan's name.

Shankar also claimed that in October 2014, Chandrashekar along with Niranjan and Rajanikanth kidnapped him and his brother-in-law and they were taken to an isolated place and threatened for the documents of the property. 

Later, they were allegedly taken to the sub registrar office and forced to sign on blank documents. 

Deccan Chronicle reported that earlier this year, Shankar received a notice from the Union Bank of India, Kamalapuri Colony branch, asking him to clear loans.

However, he claimed that the accused took a loan of Rs 90 lakh from the bank by mortgaging the documents of the house, without informing him.

“As they did not pay the monthly instalments, bank officials came to the house several times and now they are forcing me to vacate the house to auction it,“ Shankar told Times of India

Recently, state’s Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao rejected the opposition demand for a CBI probe into the case related to Nayeem.

Maoist-turned-gangster Nayeem was gunned down by police in an alleged exchange of fire on August 8 in Shadnagar town near Hyderabad.

After his death, several victims lodged complaints. Police have registered 174 cases, examined 741 witnesses and arrested 124 accused, KCR said.

KCR also mentioned that the Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the state police has been doing the job efficiently and in an impartial manner.


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