G. Deepak Reddy, a member of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council and one of the state’s richest politicians, and two others were on Wednesday sent to jail by a court in a land scam in Hyderabad.
Deepak Reddy, advocate Sailesh Saxena and real estate agent Srinivas were sent to Chanchalguda Jail after a city court remanded them to legal care for two weeks.
Deepak Reddy, having a place with the decision Telugu Desam Party (TDP) in Andhra Pradesh, was supposedly included in snatching prime government and private land in Hyderabad worth many crore.
A Member of the Legislative Council (MLC) who had pronounced in his 2012 decision oath that he possessed resources worth Rs 6,781 crore asserted that he was honest. He claimed that his mark was fashioned on a few records.
As indicated by police, Deepak Reddy and the others were arrested on Tuesday night on charges of conning and fabrication.
They purportedly made fake records to get lands incorporating eight sections of land in the rich Banjara Hills, which initially had a place with a family which had moved to Pakistan.
Authorities said the MLC alongside the backer made fashioned archives to infringe 178 sections of land of government land in Hakimpet under Sheikhpet piece which was relegated to poor families.
The TDP pioneer, a nearby relative of gathering MP J.C. Diwakar Reddy, likewise got 78 sections of land of land worth Rs 163 crore at Asif Nagar by making fake records for the sake of Iqbal Islam Khan. Police examinations uncovered it was an imaginary name.
By making the fake reports of these terrains, the charged supposedly gone into case against the legislature or private proprietors of the grounds.
It was in November a year ago that a case was reserved regarding Asifnagar arrive, on a grumbling by Mustafa Society. Consequently, a few different social orders held up objections against the MLC and others.
A cop said points of interest of the trick would develop after they examine every one of the dissensions against the charged.
The MLC’s capture approached on the heels of an illicit land trick becoming exposed in Cyberabad, the IT locale.
Last month, police arrested three men including a government employee for illegal transfer of 607 acres of government land to private individuals. The government reportedly lost Rs 686 crore in these illegal transactions.