Singer Lucky Ali accuses IAS officer, family of land grabbing, files complaint

Lucky Ali has accused IAS officer Rohini Sindhuri, her husband, and her brother-in-law of land grabbing, filing a complaint with the Karnataka Lokayukta. Ali claims they used state machinery and money to illegally encroach upon land.
Singer Lucky Ali accuses IAS officer, family of land grabbing, files complaint
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Bollywood singer Lucky Ali has approached the Karnataka Lokayukta, accusing Indian Administrative Service (IAS) Officer Rohini Sindhuri, her husband and her brother-in-law of land grabbing.

The information was confirmed by the singer on his official X handle.

In his post, the singer named all the alleged accused.

According to Ali, Sindhuri, her husband and her 'political' brother-in-law have used State machinery and money to illegally encroach upon land.

This is not the first time Ali has referred to the alleged land grabbing.

In December 2022, he had tagged the Director General of Police, Karnataka in a thread and said that his farm, which is a trust property, was being encroached on illegally by Sudhir Reddy and Madhu Reddy from the Bangalore land mafia with the help of Sindhuri.

Notably, Rohini Sindhuri is embroiled in another legal battle with Indian Police Service (IPS) officer D Roopa Moudgil.

On February 18 last year, Sindhuri discovered that Moudgil had made several allegations against her in Facebook posts, accusing Sindhuri of sharing her private pictures with fellow IAS officers.

This led to a public spat between the two, prompting the state government to transfer both officers.

On February 21, Sindhuri issued a legal notice to Moudgil and demanded an unconditional apology and Rs 1 crore in damages for the loss of her reputation and mental agony.

On March 24, a Bengaluru court, which was hearing the private suit filed by Sindhuri, ordered initiation of a criminal defamation case against Roopa.

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Singer Lucky Ali accuses IAS officer, family of land grabbing, files complaint

Moudgil then moved the High Court to have the same quashed. On August 21, the Karnataka High Court rejected her plea, prompting Moudgil to approach the apex court, where the case is pending.

Source: India Today

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