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Chandigarh resident duped in property dealing at Barnala.

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Barnala, November 23, 2013
First Published: 21:17 IST(23/11/2013) | Last Updated: 21:24 IST(23/11/2013)

 Police have registered a case against five people, who have reportedly duped a Chandigarh resident of Rs. 22 lakh by not registering title deed in his name, even after selling the plot.

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Babita Rani and Jasmel Singh, both residents of Barnala and Charanjit Singh of Delhi, had sold 27 biswas on Handiaya Road to one Jagan Nath, a Chandigarh resident. The agreement to sell was witnessed by Mohan Lal and Jang Singh, both
ex-councillors of Barnala.
 
Instead of registering the title deed in favour of Nath, the sellers sold the land again and registered it in favour of a new buyer.
 
"Patiala DSP (detective) Manjit Singh Brar conducted preliminary investigations and on his recommendation, a case has been registered under Sections 406 (breach of trust) and 420 (cheating) at Barnala against sellers and witnesses," said SHO Rajwinder Singh.

He added that the accused were absconding.

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