Police have registered a case under section 420 (Cheating) of the Indian Penal Code and Essential Commodities Act, 1955.

Hyderabad MLAs son booked for alleged illegal sale of LPG cylindersNocorruption.in
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The son of Ahmed Pasha Quadri, of ajlis-E-It hehad-ul-Muslimeen, an MLA from Charminar, has been booked on the charge of indulging in alleged illegal sale of LPG cylinders in Hyderabad. 

The Bahadurpura police have registered a case of cheating under the Essential Commodities Act against Syed Khader Mohiuddin Quadri, as per a report in the Times of India. 

After a tip-off about LPG cylinders being stored at a premise in Basti Nabi-E-Kareem colony near Miralam, officials of the enforcement team raided the place. 

Officials of the civil supplies department, headed by V Bala Raju, assistant supply officer (Circle-III), Charminar, conducted the raid and seized 168 commercial cylinders, the report says. 

Out of these, 113 were full and 55 were empty.

Enforcement officials then filed a police complaint against Quadri and Mohammed Abdul Kareem for storing commercial cylinders for personal gains, the report adds. 

“In our preliminary investigation, it was found that the son of the Charminar legislator Ahmed Pasha Quadri had rented the building to Abdul Kareem, a resident of Aghapura. Every month Kareem handed over the rent to the MLA’s son,” ACP K. Ashok Chakravarthy said as per a report in the Deccan Chronicle. 

Police have registered a case under section 420 (Cheating) of the Indian Penal Code and Essential Commodities Act, 1955.

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