Land mafia Yashpal Tomar attached 135 bighas of land in Noida
Meerut, May 13 (H.S.). On Friday, the Meerut police and Noida administration tightened the noose on land mafia Yashpal Tomar. The joint team of Meerut Police and Noida Administration attached 135 bighas of land purchased fraudulently. In tight security arrangements, the Meerut Police put up its board on the ground.
Baghpat resident gangster Yashpal Tomar fraudulently grabbed land worth billions of rupees from Uttarakhand to Uttar Pradesh. Yashpal is currently lodged in Haridwar jail. Meerut police has declared him as land mafia of Meerut zone and name has been sent to the government to declare him as land mafia of the state. Meerut police found 135 bighas of land in Chithera village of Dadri area in Gautam Budh Nagar district. A case has been registered against the land mafia Yashpal under the Gangster Act at Brahmapuri police station in Meerut. In order to confiscate his property under Section 14A of the Gangster Act, Meerut SSP Prabhakar Chaudhary had written a letter to the District Magistrate of Gautam Budh Nagar and the Commissioner of Police to confiscate the land.
Big land scam done in Noida
Land mafia Yashpal Tomar grew up in Chithera village of Gautam Budh Nagar.
carried out the land scam. The land mafia made a big change in the documents of the tehsil and committed a land scam of crores of rupees by claiming that the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes people of another district were the original residents of Chithera. This scam was done by forcibly capturing the land of the lessees. On Friday, ASP Brahmpuri Vivek Yadav of Meerut and Tehsildar of Dadri went to Chithera village with heavy police force and attached 135 bighas of land. Police investigation has revealed that this 135 bighas of land was given by Yashpal in the name of his three servants Krishnapal, Karmaveer, Belu and father-in-law Gyanchand. Part of this land was acquired in 2019. Its compensation of crores came in the accounts of the servants, which was later sent to Yashpal’s accounts. This entire transaction is worth Rs 78 crores.