Singer Lucky Ali’s 50-year-old land grabbing mafia reign

Singer Lucky Ali’s 50-year-old land grabbing mafia reign

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Indian singer Lucky Ali has accused the husband of a female IAS officer of grabbing his land in Karnataka.

According to Indian media, singer Lucky Ali shared on Facebook the text of the letter he wrote to the Karnataka police two days ago, in which it is written that the Bengaluru-based land mafia is occupying his farm in Karnataka and that they are ‘forced’. and illegally’ entering their property.

In his letter, he wrote that my farm which is a trust property situated in Kenchana Hilli Yelahanka has been illegally occupied by Sudheer Reddy (and Madhu Reddy) of Bangalore Land Mafia. The officer’s wife Rohini Sindhuri is also getting help.

In his complaint, the musician said that the land mafia is forcibly and illegally entering his farm and refusing to show the relevant documents.

He said that the land has been owned by his family for 50 years, and now others are trying to grab it.

Lucky Ali names Sudheer Reddy as the main person trying to grab the land and says that Sudheer is being assisted by his wife Rohini Sindhuri, an IAS (Indian Administrative Service) officer.

He also said that he is not getting any help from the local police, the police are supporting the squatting mafia.

The musician also expressed his concern for his family and young children who are alone on the farm.

It should be noted that Lucky Ali’s real name is Maqsood Mahmood Ali, he is the son of the late actor and comedian Mahmood Ali, both of them are living in Dubai for work.


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