Lokayukta Police Inspector Dharmendra received complaints from aggrieved people of the taluk at the Adalat organised at Chamundi Guest House on JLB Road here today.
About 10 complaints were accepted at the Adalat mostly pertaining to personal grievances.
Ramya, a resident of Paduvarahalli, alleged that her husband Anand had deserted her six months ago leaving behind an eight-year-old daughter. She added that her parents-in-law were trying to get her husband married to another girl without an official divorce. She said that a case to that effect was registered at the Women’s Police Station in city. Dharmendra instructed the Women Police to follow up the case.
In another complaint, one M.R. Abdul Wajid of Tilak Nagar alleged that he had purchased a property on C.V. Road from his sister which was later illegally sold to another person by his nephew. He added that the complaint was lodged in this regard with N.R. Police. He further alleged that the entire Police force including the higher-ups were in nexus with his nephew leaving justice a dream for him.
Based on the gravity of the case, Dharmendra got the case transferred to the main Lokayukta office in Bangalore.
A few of the cases were pertaining to MCC officials which highlighted their laxity in duty.
Lokayukta staff Shabbir Ahmed, MCC Planning Officer Sudha and MUDA officials were present. The Adalat will be held from tomorrow in other taluks of the district.
Courtesy : Star Of Mysore