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Himachal: Former CM Virbhadra Singh and son booked in a property dispute case  5 Days ago

Source:   Times Of India  

SHIMLA: Former chief minister Virbhadra Singh and his MLA son Vikramaditya Singh along with few others have been booked by Rampur police in a royal property dispute case. On the complaint of another royal family member a case of house-trespass and mischief causing damage has been registered at Rampur police station against them.

Complainant Rajkumar Rajeshwar Singh has alleged that a portion of Padam Palace in Rampur which was under his possession was forcibly captured by Virbhadra Singh and others on May 9. Along with Virbhadra Singh and Vikramaditya Singh, complainant has also named former engineer-in-chief S P Negi, Youth Congress leader Jasbir Jassi and others in the complaint and claimed that on May 9 around 11.30am they all forcibly captured the part of property that belonged to him.

It has been alleged in the complaint that his belongings were thrown out after breaking the locks. A complaint was lodged by caretaker of property after the incident but later he had withdrew it. After this, Rajeshwar Singh himself lodged the police complaint.

Based on his complaint, police has registered a case FIR 57/18 under section 448 (punishment for house-trespass), 427 (mischief causing damage to the amount of fifty rupees) and 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of IPC.

Confirming the development, a senior police official, requesting anonymity, said that a complaint was received from Rajeshwar Singh and FIR has been registered. He said that matter is being investigated.
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