CBI books previous Shia Waqf Board chief over illegal sale-purchase, transfer of Waqf properties
This advancement follows the Central federal government provided its nod to the CBI to continue with the case.
Former UP Shia Waqf Board Chairman Wasim Rizvi [File photo]
The Central Bureau of Examination ( CBI) has actually signed up 2 FIRs against former UP Shia Waqf Board Chairman Wasim Rizvi in connection with supposed unlawful sale-purchase and transfer of Waqf properties in Uttar Pradesh.
This follows after the state federal government had bought a CBI probe in October last year into supposed irregularities in sale-purchase and transfer of Waqf homes by Shia Central Waqf Board and Sunni Central Waqf Board.
This development comes after the Central government offered its nod to the CBI to proceed with the case.
The CBI registered the case on Thursday on the basis of the FIRs lodged at Hazratganj authorities station (Lucknow) on March 27, 2017, and another in Prayagraj signed up in August 8, 2016.
Uttar Pradesh Minority Minister Mohsin Raza stated that Yogi Adiyanath’s government had gotten a lot of problems concerning irregularities in the sale and purchase of residential or commercial properties in the Waqf Board.
He said the Uttar Pradesh federal government will make certain that the “offenders” will end up in prison.
” The SP and BSP federal government in the past did not listen to the needs of senior spiritual leaders and social employees, which has actually led to this substantial loss of government funds,” he added.
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