Bhopal: Ex-chairman, 2 others booked for causing loss of Rs 40 lakhs to board

Bhopal: A case of breach of trust against former Chairman of Madhya Pradesh Waqf Board Shaukat Mohammed Khan with the Shahjahanabad police. Two others posted at senior positions in the Waqf Board have also been booked.SHO Shahjahanabad Shailendra Singh said that the accused had allegedly extended illegal favour in renting Waqf property at price below collector rate.

It had led to loss of around 40 lakhs rupees to Waqf Board. The case has been registered on the complaint of CEO of the Board. City Superintendent of Police (CSP) Shahjehanabad Nagendra Pataria said that there are three accused who have been booked under section 409 of the IPC.

Ex-chairman of Madhya Pradesh Waqf Board Shaukat Mohammed Khan and two others have been booked who have been alleged by senior member of Waqf Board of renting property at low rates to his close ones instead of collector guideline rate.

In his complaint Mohammad Ahmed Khan of Idgah Hills who is now the new CEO of Waqf Board stated that the former Chairman of Madhya Pradesh Waqf Board Shaukat Mohammed Khan and former and secretary Furqan Ahmed Khan and deputy secretary Mohd Zuber Khan have rented around 8 shops at lower rates than collector guidelines rates and lead to loss of Ra 40 lakh, he added. The police have registered case and started investigation.

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