Lucknow, 20 November (IANS). The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered 2 cases against Wasim Rizvi and others, former chief of Uttar Pradesh’s Shia Waqf Board, over alleged discrepancies in the sale, purchase and transfer of properties.
The CBI has taken the action on Thursday evening based on the cases registered at Hazratganj police station on March 27, 2017 and a case lodged at Prayagraj in 2016.
The first FIR was filed on the complaint of Tausiful Hassan who alleged that he was a Mutavalli (caretaker) of a plot in Kanpur, yet Rizvi and his associates Vijay Krishna Somani, Naresh Somani, Ghulam Rizvi and Waqar Raza gave him their Denied the right
The CBI has registered a case of betrayal and criminal intimidation of a public servant on Rizvi and other four.
In the second case, complainant Sudhank Mishra accused Rizvi of illegally building shops at Imambara on Old GT Road in Allahabad. Based on this, a case of criminal trespass was registered on Rizvi.
The state home department had recommended a CBI probe into the case in October 2019.