Hyderabad: A 51-year-old businessman approached the Rachakonda police alleging that four of Nayeem’s associates forced him to register his land in their names and the manager of the Union Bank of India's Kamalapuri Colony branch helped them. B. Shankar, belonging to Nalgonda named Ch. Chandrashekar, T. Niranjan, N. Rajanikanth and the bank manager in his complaint.
Shankar said that he purchased a 240 square yard land from Chandrashekar in Hayathnagar in 2012 in his brother-in-law Jakkula Yadagiri’s name. With help from friends and relatives, he constructed a house, he said. He said the land owner who claimed to be a member of Nayeem’s gang threatened him even before the deal was settled. In October 2014, Chandrashekar along with Niranjan and Rajanikanth kidnapped Shankar and Yadagiri and they were taken to an isolated place in a car.
“They aimed a firearm at us and threatened to kill us if we did not execute the house documents in their name. They said that they will kill us and since they belonged to Nayeem’s gang, police can’t touch them,” he said.
Later, they were taken to the sub registrar office and forced to sign on blank documents. In July 2016, Shankar received a notice from the Union Bank of India Kamalapuri colony branch asking him to clear loans. After inquiry he found the suspects used the documents he signed and procured a loan by colluding with bank officials and when he approached Hayathnagar police and the ACP, they refused to accept it fearing Nayeem’s gang, he said.
Shankar said that due to their continuous harassment his wife died. He said that he could not complain in time due to his wife's sudden death. He said he approached the Rachakonda police and submitted a petition seeking action against the three suspects. LB Nagar police is inquiring into the matter....