Lucky Ali says his Bengaluru farm 'encroached' by land mafia with help from IAS officer
New Delhi, December 5: Singer Lucky Ali has taken to Facebook to seek help in connection to a property he owns in Bengaluru.
Taking to Facebook, the singer shared a long post on Sunday evening claiming that he has become a target of an alleged land grab by a mafia in Bengaluru.
He also accused an IAS officer of being a conspirator in this whole matter.
In his Facebook post, Lucky Ali said that he wrote to the DGP of Karnataka mentioning the names of the accused members of the land mafia and an IAS officer.
Ali is currently in Dubai, but his farm is at Kenchenahalli Yelahanka, Bengaluru. He stated that his family and children are on the farm alone and that he has yet to receive a satisfactory response.
He has also accused the local police of failing to assist him and siding with the "encroachers."
In the letter, Lucky Ali mentioned that his farm, a "Trust Property located in Kenchenahalli Yelahanka", is under illegal encroachment by "Sudhir Reddy (and Madhu Reddy) from the Bangalore Land Mafia".
"With the help of his wife who is an IAS Officer by the name of Rohini Sindhuri they are misusing state resources for their personal gain. They are forcibly & illegally coming inside my farm and refusing to show the relevant documents," he added.
"My legal counsel is informing me that this is totally illegal and they don't have the court order to come inside the property as we are in possession, and living there for the past 50 years.." he wrote.
"I am getting no help from the local police, who are in fact supporting the encroachers and are indifferent to our situation and the legal status of our land."
"Dear Sir, I request your help to stop this illegal activity of them trying to prove a false possession before the final court hearing on December 7th. Please help us as I have no choice other than to take this to the Public," he concluded.