Kadakampally, Kalamassery land grab case: CBI collects primary details

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The CBI has started collecting initial information on the Kadakampally/Kalamassery land grab case involving chief minister’s former gunman Salim Raj.

The CBI has collected case details from the Vigilance team that earlier probed the scam. It was the high court which had ordered the CBI inquiry after it concluded that some anomaly would have happened in the land deals.

The revenue department inquiry had found out that an attempt had been made to grab 44.5 acre land in Thiruvananthapuram Kadakampally village under survey number 18. In the ‘thandaper’ register, 10156 page had been removed and new thandaper was added under the page number 3587. It was also found that double title deed was given to one and half acre land and the documents were updated.

According to Kalamassery case, Salim Raj’s borther-in-law Abdul Majeed and his brothers were found to have manipulated the documents to grab the land worth 25 crores at Thrikkakara Pathadipalam BMV road , belonging to one N A Shareef. Salim Raj’s wife, a staff of Land revenue commissioner’s office was alleged to have facilitated the land deal.

Meanwhile, the victims of the land scams protested in front of Kadakampally village office. Later collector Biju Prabhakar interfered and assured them that he would hold a detailed discussion on the issue coming Saturday.

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