The official clampdown on unlawful actual property companies owned/operated by the kin and associates of slain gangster-politician Atiq Ahmad has proved to be a significant setback for them, officers of the Prayagraj Growth Authority (PDA) stated. Income from these unlawful ventures had been being shared by Atiq and his brother Ashraf, who was additionally shot useless with the previous MP earlier this yr.
Over the previous week, the PDA has raided properties in Bakshi Modha, Damupur, Devghat, Peepalgaon and different areas of Prayagraj district the place Atiq’s aides have carried out plotting.
PDA officers stated unlawful constructions and boundary partitions on plots masking 200 bighas in several areas have been demolished as no official permission was looked for them.
It was estimated that the lands on which the initiatives had been developing had been value round ₹100 crore.
These properties had been being managed by Atiq’s brother-in-law Imran Zai and his brother Zeeshan aka Janu, Khalid Zafar, Kamran, Javed Jafri and some others.
The officers hinted that such drives in opposition to Atiq’s aides would proceed because the PDA was nonetheless receiving complaints in opposition to them for finishing up unlawful plotting.