Singer Lucky ali Files Complaint Against IAS Officer In Bengaluru Land Grabbing Case

Lucky ali listed everyone who was involved in the confiscation of property in Bengaluru that rightfully belonged to him.

Lucky Ali, a bollywood singer, has accused IAS official rohini Sindhuri, her husband, and her brother-in-law of land grabbing case. The 65-year-old singer complained to the karnataka Lokayukta police that rohini Sindhuri had illegally occupied his property in the Kenchenahalli region of Yelahanka. This was verified by the artist on his official X Twitter, where he also named all of the alleged culprits.

Posting on X (formerly Twitter), Lucky ali asserts that rohini Sindhuri, her husband, and her "politicalbrother-in-law have allegedly engaged in unlawful land encroachment using state machinery and funding. 

An inquiry into the alleged "dereliction of dutyby the accused parties is being sought in the complaint, which was filed under Section 7 of the karnataka Lokayukta Act, 1984. The complaint emphasizes grave concerns over administrative malpractice.

Lucky ali has made similar claims before. In december 2022, he mentioned the director General of police, karnataka, in a thread where he claimed that his trust property—a farm—was being unlawfully encroached upon by the Bangalore land mafia's Sudhir reddy and Madhu reddy, with the assistance of rohini Sindhuri.

The property, according to Lucky Ali, has been in his family's lawful possession for more than half a century. He stated, “I am getting no help from the local police, who are supporting the encroachers and are indifferent to our situation."

Controversies have dogged IAS official rohini Sindhuri throughout her term, culminating in a high-profile disagreement with IPS officer D Roopa Moudgil. Following a court dispute sparked by Moudgil's online sharing of Sindhuri's private images, the karnataka government relocated the two executives.

Following these allegations, Ms. Sindhuri took legal action against the IPS officer in criminal defamation proceedings, demanding a large sum of money and an apology from Roopa Moudgil.

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