Police officials behaviour over the disputed land Police officials behaviour over the disputed land

Dear sir,
My father has his paternal property, some people trying to abduct the land on the basis of power and money. Though we have complaints against in police but police is bribed by those people because of that my father filed case in court. After getting the court verdict in favour of us, whenever we try to plough our field police comes without any paper and permission and halt our work. Since it's not good to clash with police officials so we halt our activities and sits in those people homes sometimes in drunk mode came to our field this same thing is happening from last 2 years. We have all papers in our favour but still not able to do anything. Please suggest some measures with the help of which we able to get back our land again.
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Nirmal Chopra

Responded 4 years ago

A.Send a complaint to he concerned SP of police and if even then police officials come file a contempt petition against them.
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Ashutosh Pathak

Responded 4 years ago

A.You have a option to complain about your problem to your mother court who has passed the order in favour of you.
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Supriya Chauhan

Replied 4 years ago

Sir, what is it procedure, do we have to file against police or the persons who are behind the police.

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Ashutosh Pathak

Replied 4 years ago

You may file a complaint against all the people who are violating the order of court. Court may direct to concern SP for compliance of the order.

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Responded 4 years ago

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A.Dear Sir,
The following options to get peace:
1. Sell the property to any rowdy element
2. Get loan from private parties and banks
3.. Lease it out for five years
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Responded 4 years ago

A.Approach higher police officer in rank and explain the situation, if no action is taken file complaint to magistrate, lodge complaint on suspected police officer before competent forum for dereliction of duties, file permanent Injunction suit again the particular persons for who trespassing in your land.
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