Faridabad MP Avtar Singh Bhadana; Shadowed by Land Scam

Bhadana, Faridabad MP, has been alleged of land scam which has, in fact, shadowed him.  Faridabad has become hotter these days due to the better real estate growth in the area.

Faridabad MP Avtar Singh Bhadana is alleged to intrude the land of Faridabad Municipal Corporation (MCF). Besides Mr. Bhadana, land scams are raised against the state Revenue Minister Mr. Shiv Charan Sharma and Chief Parliament Secretary (CPS) Mrs. Sharda Rathore.

A petition which alleged Mr. Bhadana to illegally intrude MCF land was filed in the High Court of Punjab and Haryana. Hearing the allegation, the High Court has issued a notice of motion to the Haryana government and others.

The petition, filed by Vandna Kalra, a Faridabad –native, was heard by the Divisional Bench headed by Arjan Kumar Sikri, the Chief Justice. After hearing the petition, the divisional bench comprising Justice Rakesh Kumar Jain and the chief justice, issued the notice of motion for February- 13.

Mr. Bhadana is alleged to acquire nearly 1.25 acres of prime MCF land illegally. The petitioner informed that the cost of this prime land would be around Rs.12 to Rs.15 Cr mainly because the land parcel lies in the heart of the city.

In another petition, Kalra alleged state Revenue Minister Mr. Shiv Charan Sharma too. The Revenue Minister is alleged of encroaching some land parcels that belonged to Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA). The petitioner alleged that the minister’s commercial construction htat consists nearly 50 shops are built in the HUDA Land. The commercial mall of the minister is in the Sector 48 of Faridabad.

Chief Parliament Secretary too is alleged of land scam. The CPS officer is alleged to intrude the government land parcels along the Sohna Road in Baliabhgarh.  Mr. Vasudev Saluja, another influential politician of the ruling party, is alleged to build a car shed in the MCF Land. His car shed is built near the near railway line and Neelam flyover where the MCF has separated some land for preserving the green belt.

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