Sanjeev Mahajan and 2 others got bail in Property grab case
Chandigarh: The Punjab and Haryana High Court has granted regular bail to key accused Sanjeev Mahajan, along with Khalinder Kadian and Gurpreet Singh in the case of alleged Famous Property grab case.
Sanjeev Mahajan was arrested by the Chandigarh Police on March 2 last year under various criminal sections and has been lodged in jail since then. The then SHO posted at Sector 39 police station Rajdeep Singh is also accused in this case and he got bail from the High Court in September. Brother of DSP of Chandigarh Police is also an accused in this case. Sanjeev Mahajan is also an accused of kidnapping Kothi owner Rahul Mehta along with bouncer Surjeet.
There are some other accused in the case, who have been accused of creating a fake Rahul Mehta along with the moneylender and selling the Kothi further on the basis of forged documents in the Estate Office and earning profit.
As per the chargesheet, the accused entered the house of Rahul Mehta forcefully and took possession of the first floor in March 2017. The accused had later allegedly took the signatures of Rahul Mehta on papers after allegedly torturing him. The police alleged in the charge sheet that the house was later transferred on the basis of the alleged forged papers submitted in the name of Rajiv Kumar.
As per the chargesheet, the accused submitted forged embossed affidavit, photo copy of the passport and authority letter of Rajiv Kumar for the transfer of the house. Rajiv denied of sending any such documents to the offices concerned.
According to the chargesheet, the house was originally allotted to Santosh Mehta, wife of Ved Prakash Mehta. Santosh executed the Will of the house in favour of her sister Sushila Kumari. Rajiv is the son of Sushila.
It is pertinent o mention here that the FIR in the matter was registered by Chandigarh Police on February 28, 2021, against nine persons including journalist Sanjeev Mahajan, liquor businessman Arvind Singla, Saurabh Gupta, his brother Manish Gupta and others under several criminal sections.