College Founder summoned by court
CHENNAI, JAN 17:
Chennai, Jan 17:
The magistrate court in Chennai directed a founder and correspondent of a college to appear before the court on Monday in connection with a land grab case registered against her by Chennai Central Crime Branch Police.
The prosecution alleged that founder and correspondent of KSG College of Arts and Science, K.S.Gita, who is also the founder and chairman of the Swantatra Party, had forged signatures of her family members and sold the family-owned land in Adyar without the permission of her brothers and sisters to two different persons in 2006.
Gita allegedly sold her family-owned property to two different persons with forged signatures of her family members and fake documents. Based on the complaint given by Gita’s brother Sarath Kakumanu and her sister Beena, the Chennai Central Crime Branch Police had booked a case under various sections of the Indian Penal Code 120(b), 419,420,465,467,468,471 read with 34 against K.S.Gita and C.R.Ravichandran. The police filed a charge sheet before the Central Criminal Division Special Magistrate, Egmore. The magistrate directed Gita and C.R. Ravichandran to appear before the court on Monday.