Jammu: State Vigilance Organization registered a case FIR No. 33/2017 in P/S VOJ under section 5(1) (d) r/w 5 (2) J&K P C Act Svt. 2006 and 120 B RPC, against then Patwari Halqa Mand Saleem Banday for entering / attesting a mutation No. 2338 dated 09.08.2006 u/s 6 of Agrarian Reforms Act, 1976 with respect to Kh. No. 871 min measuring 1 Kanal in favour of Chuni Lal S/o Inder Dass R/o Mand 1 kanal (Gair Mumkin Dukan) and 06 marlas (Gair Mumkin Dukan) in favour of Subash Chander, Kuldeep Kumar, Mohan Lal Ss/o Parmanand R/o Mand Tehsil & Distt. Udhampur.
The verification conducted reveals that the ownership rights by way of attesting mutation under section 6 of J&K Agrarian Reforms Act, 1976 have been conferred to the above said persons out of way by the said the Patwari Halqa Mand and then Naib Tehsildar Tikri Sh. Faquir Chand (Now Expired). The section 6 of J&K Agrarian Reforms Act, 1976 was neither applicable nor operative in the said case i.e. (Shops) because the application of section 6 of J&K Agrarian Reforms Act, 1976 exclusively applies to (Dwelling House), occupied by a person who is a tiller. The said public servants alongwith the beneficiaries by abuse of their official position for ulterior motives conferred undue benefits in favour of the beneficiaries and violated the laid down rules public procedure while entering the attestation of said mutation in favour of the above named applicants.