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Kaithal: Three booked for carving out illegal colony

Kaithal, Aug 14 (UNI) As many as three persons had been booked by the police for allegedly carving out a colony without seeking any permission from the Town planning department.

The police have registered an FIR against Santro devi, Raj Kumar and Satish all residents of local Amargarh colony on a complaint lodged by Anubhav a Patwari of Kaithal District Town planner office .

He alleged in the complaint that the accused sold land of Patti Kaisth on Karnal road here and carved colony by dividing land in plots.

They constructed roads to facilitate the construction of houses by plot purchasers.
The accused have received full payment as earnest money from purchasers by promising them to execute the sale deeds in the near future. He further stated that sellers have to take prior permission from the town planning department before selling land which they had not taken . According to information, Sub Inspector Raj Kumar had been entrusted investigation in this case.
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