DAINIK NATION BUREAU
A person, whose property document was used to get liquor shop through e-tendering, is running between pillar to post to get justice for long. Instead of taking action against the forged allotment department concerned officials have been threatening him for dire consequence. Hapless person says “I’m getting hopeless now and having only one option left i.e. to commit suicide along with family. This is happening in the Chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat’s Assembly constituency i.e. Doiwala.
As we know that since he took oath as chief minister of uttarakhand, he has been running crusade against the corruption and claimed that he will not hesitate in taking action against anyone if he/she has committed any kind of corruption at any level. It seems officials are putting all efforts to deflate the crusade otherwise they would have sealed the shop, which has been allotted on forged documents.
He says that he was lured by the dealer that he would get share in it. After allotment of the shop he was denied his partnership but they have been using his name and property, which they tendered during bid. Due to this reason department has been sending collection notice to the victim. Even they have been terrorising that if he discloses this to anyone then they would collect the due by auctioning his property, which he tendered before the department.
The victim person, who is a resident of Doiwala constituency, was lured by someone to give your property details to get liquor shop through e-tendering with an assurance that he would get share in it. Even they paid Rs 20000 per months upto five months. Thereafter the dealer snapped the association with him with connivance of excise department officials. Now the dealers has huge outstanding bill of excise department so department has been sending reminder to the person who deposit their property. Now the hapless person is running between pillar to post to get rid of this teething issue. Even they approached to the excise department officials but instead of helping him they terrorise that if the dealer fails to pay the pending dues then department would collect the said amount (which is in around Rs 97 lakh) by auctioning your property, which details you have submitted as guaranter.