CBI Takes Over Investigation into Illegal Sale of Waqf Residence in UP, Books Shia Waqf Board Chief
Uttar Pradesh Shia Waqf Board chief Wasim Rizvi. (Twitter/@ANI)
The state government had in 2015 referred 2 FIRs signed up by the Uttar Pradesh cops– a 2016 case signed up in Allahabad and a 2017 case signed up in Lucknow– against Uttar Pradesh Shia Waqf Board chief Wasim Rizvi and others in connection with the case.
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New Delhi: The CBI has actually taken control of the examination into alleged prohibited sale, purchase and transfer of Waqf residential or commercial properties in Allahabad and Kanpur, and reserved Wasim Rizvi, previous chairman of Uttar Pradesh Shia Waqf Board, in this regard, officials stated.
The state government had last year referred 2 FIRs registered by the Uttar Pradesh police– a 2016 case signed up in Allahabad and a 2017 case signed up in Lucknow– against Rizvi and others in connection with the case.
The Centre had actually on Wednesday provided its nod to the CBI to proceed with the case. The Allahabad case connects to alleged infringement and unlawful building and construction of shops at Imambara Ghulam Haider in 2016, while the Lucknow case is about allegations of land grabbing in Swaroop Nagar in Kanpur in 2009, they said.
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