Prayagraj. Uttar Pradesh Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya seems to be in trouble. He has been made an accused in a case of illegal occupation of the house. On the basis of this petition, Allahabad High Court has issued a notice to Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya and summoned his reply. Along with this, the state government has also been directed to file a counter-affidavit on the petition.
According to the information, it has been said in the petition filed by Vishnu Murthy Tripathi that he had bought a house located in Kalindipuram, Allahabad from Rakesh Gupta and Anjana Gupta. But later on the behest of Deputy CM Maurya, the petitioner’s house was vacated and a woman named Kunti Devi was given possession. The petitioner also presented the documents related to the purchase of the house before the court.
Maurya wrote a letter to the SSP
During this, Vishnu also presented a letter written by Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya before the court. Maurya wrote this letter to SSP Prayagraj. In this letter, Kunti Devi has been asked to get the possession of the petitioner’s house apprised. Now the next hearing of the case will be on January 10. Significantly, a division bench of Justice Manoj Kumar Gupta and Justice Om Prakash Tripathi has issued notice to the Deputy CM.
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