The four cops have been booked in relation to a land purchase deal that took place in 2006 in which the ADCP’s daughter is reportedly involved.

Hyderabad cops booked for alleged extortion and criminal intimidation
news Crime Monday, August 14, 2017 - 11:10

Four Hyderabad policemen—an Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police and this three junior officers— have been booked on charges of extortion and for allegedly threatening a person in connection with a land deal, by the Cyberabad police on Sunday. 

Rachakonda ADCP, T Pulinder Reddy, Inspector D Durga Prasad, SI G Rajashekar and constable Lakshminarayana of the Raidurgam police station have been booked in relation to a land purchase deal that took place in 2006 in which the ADCP’s daughter is reportedly involved. 

Cyberabad commissioner Sandeep Shandilya had received a complaint from real estate agent Qaizer Bin Abu Bakar, who claimed that he was assaulted on the orders of ADCP, Pulinder Reddy and his staff in the Raidurgam police station.

According to Deccan Chronicle, the matter concerned Pulinder Reddy’s daughter Aishwarya Reddy, who together with her partners Abu Bakar and one Abdullah had made an agreement to purchase 2.7 acres from a farmer in Muthangi village in Sangareddy district for Rs 1.1 crore.

A sum of Rs 10 lakh was paid while the remaining was to be cleared in 45 days. Aishwarya and her partners, however, failed to pay the balance amount and the farmer sold the land for a better price to another party and returned the advance amount. 

Since Abu Bakar had invested the money he kept the returns. Aishwarya, however, demanded her share. Abu Bakar claims she had no share in the money and did not pay her. 

Aishwarya then complained in the Raidurgam police station. Following the complaint, the cops allegedly assaulted Abu Bakar and forced him to sign cheques for Rs 60 lakhs. 

“There was an allegation that Mohammad was forced to sign some cheques. He approached the Commissioner of Police on the issue. As per the instructions, we registered a case against these four officials,” Madhapur ACP, Ramana Kumar told The New Indian Express

Bakar alleges that Reddy has been demanding profits from the sale of the land and forced him to sign cheques in that connection. 

 

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