Hoax document in Srikantadatta Wadiyar's name: Complaint against Chandrashekhara Swamy couple, 4 others

karnataka | Thursday, September 14th, 2017
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Highlights
  • The High Grounds police have registered a complaint against astrologer Chandrashekhara Swamy a, his wife and four persons. 
  • Creating fake documents with regard to Palace Grounds in the name of late Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wadiyar.
  • The HC had issued orders to High Grounds police to inquire into the dispute regarding bill boards in the Palace Grounds.
  • After the demise of Srikantadatta Wadiyar his wife Pramoda Devi inspected the contracts and found that they were fake.
  • The FIR has been filed and the Commissioner of Police has handed over the investigation to ACP Sheshadrpuram. 

The High Grounds police have registered a complaint against astrologer Chandrashekhara Swamy a, his wife and four persons for creating fake documents with regard to Palace Grounds in the name of late Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wadiyar, the erstwhile scion of Mysuru, reported Kannada Prabha.

Ashraf Ali of R T Nagara, Madhu Acharya of Mulki, Mangaluru, P Abdhul Rehman, Chandarshekhara Swamy and his wife Rajani of R T Nagar and Girish Kamath are accused of fraud and summoned for inquiry.

The High Court had issued orders to High Grounds police to inquire into the dispute regarding bill boards in the Bengaluru Palace Grounds. In this regard an FIR has been filed on Sept 8.

Industrialist Ashraf Ali had stated that he had got into a contract with Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wadiyar with regard to exhibiting bill boards and event management at the Palace Grounds for a sum of Rs 7 crores. After the demise of Srikanthadatta Wadiyar his wife Pramoda Devi inspected the contracts, documents with regard to bill boards and found that they were fake. On investigation it was found that Chandrashekhara Swamy and his wife had facilitated the creation of fake contracts.

The Palace Grounds in charge management filed a complaint against the accused at the court. The accused had submitted a Stay Order. The High Court vacated the Stay Order and instructed the Commissioner to file an FIR. The FIR has been filed and the Commissioner of Police has handed over the investigation to ACP Sheshadrpuram.

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