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Landlord failing to act on DM's orders face action

Cases are being registered in the district against landlords for not furnishing the details of their tenants to police. The Fatehgarh Sahib police have initiated action against the landlords for violating the orders issued by the district magistrate under Section 188 of CrPC.

punjab Updated: Aug 17, 2012 22:31 IST

Cases are being registered in the district against landlords for not furnishing the details of their tenants to police. The Fatehgarh Sahib police have initiated action against the landlords for violating the orders issued by the district magistrate under Section 188 of CrPC.

The Khamano police have recently registered a case against Rajinder Singh, a resident of ward no. 8, Khamano, as he had rented out his house but no information was sent to the police station concerned regarding the antecedents of tenants as per the law.

The Mandi Gobindgarh police have registered a case against Paramjit Singh, a resident of Turan village as he had given his house on rent to migrant labourers but did not intimate police. The Sirhind police have registered a case against Tilak Raj of Hiamypur as he had given his accommodation on rent but did not intimate police.

The Mulepur police have registered a case against Bahadur Singh of Chananarhtla Kalan and Sukhshinder Singh of Chanarthal as they failed to intimate police about their tenants.

In another case, the Amloh police have registered a case against Nazar Khan of Sounti village as he has given his 12 rooms on rent to migrant labourers without informing police. The Khamano police have registered a case against Tejinder Singh of Khamano who has given his house on rent without informing police.

Fatehgarh Sahib SSP HS Mann said the district police will initiate action against all landlords who are violating the district magistrate's orders.

He asked landlords to cooperate with police.