HYDERABAD: Metropolis-based NGO Discussion board for Good Governance (FGG) has written to the Governor of Telangana, searching for an in depth inquiry into gangster Nayeem’s circumstances. Citing an RTI response from the Particular Investigation Crew (SIT) that’s probing Nayeem’s circumstances, FGG sought an in depth inquiry from the angle of his terror hyperlinks.
The RTI response states that Nayeem possessed 24 firearms, together with three AK47 rifles and a sten gun. FGG secretary M Padmanabha Reddy, within the letter to the Governor, acknowledged that gun license are issued after a number of police inquiries whereas licenses for weapons like AK 47 or sten gun aren’t even issued.
Citing the RTI response that states that 752 land paperwork had been seized after Nayeem’s demise in an encounter at Shadnagar in August 2016, Padmanabha Reddy acknowledged that registering a sale of land calls for many data and hyperlink paperwork whereas images and fingerprints are additionally collected.
However Nayeen received hundreds of acres of lands and it could actually solely occur with an energetic cooperation and connivance of the Income and Registration officers.The RTI response additionally reveals that 602 cellphones and 130 diaries have been seized.
FGG appealed to the Governor to instruct the Chief Secretary for inquiry as to how Nayeem may get 24 weapons, registration of hundreds of acres of land and to disclose the names of officers concerned within the case by revealing the main points in 130 diaries.