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Hearing in land grabbing case fixed on March 2

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GUWAHATI, Feb 9 � Inspector General of Police (Central West Range) Pallav Bhattacharya today appeared before the Gauhati High Court in connection with a writ petition filed by one Harjeet Kaur Sondhi, alleging land grabbing.

The next hearing has been fixed on March 2 and the police department has been asked to facilitate appearance of Debojit Singh and Mridul Saikia � also parties to the case � on that day. The court has also directed the police to file the status report of the case on March 2.

It needs mention here that Sondhi had filed the writ petition (3941/09) alleging that a plot of land owned by her Late husband near the Down Town area of the city is being forcibly taken over by land mafia.

The complainant, prior to filing of the complaint had sought intervention of the Prime Minister�s Office, besides top brass of the civil and police administration.

Advocate Niloy Dutta has also been appointed as the amicus curiae in the case.

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Hearing in land grabbing case fixed on March 2

GUWAHATI, Feb 9 � Inspector General of Police (Central West Range) Pallav Bhattacharya today appeared before the Gauhati High Court in connection with a writ petition filed by one Harjeet Kaur Sondhi, alleging land grabbing.

The next hearing has been fixed on March 2 and the police department has been asked to facilitate appearance of Debojit Singh and Mridul Saikia � also parties to the case � on that day. The court has also directed the police to file the status report of the case on March 2.

It needs mention here that Sondhi had filed the writ petition (3941/09) alleging that a plot of land owned by her Late husband near the Down Town area of the city is being forcibly taken over by land mafia.

The complainant, prior to filing of the complaint had sought intervention of the Prime Minister�s Office, besides top brass of the civil and police administration.

Advocate Niloy Dutta has also been appointed as the amicus curiae in the case.

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