Kanpur: Biryani baron, 25 others booked for grabbing enemy properties | Kanpur News


KANPUR: Owner of the famous Baba Biryani chain in Kanpur-Mukhtar Baba-and his son, daughter, mother and a Pakistani national named Abid Rehman have been booked in three FIRs.
The complaints were lodged with Public Grievance Cell for ‘grabbing’ properties, including enemy property, in separate locations.
About 21 others have been accused of grabbing Ramjanki temple on New Berry Road and a Shiva temple in Premnagar.
“We will record the statement of Baba, who is in jail,” police said.
In the first FIR, lodged by Baba’s neighbour Adibul Qadar, mother Hazra Begum, brothers Mumtaz and Mushtaq and son Waqar have been named as accused besides one Maulabaksh and Shivcharan Gupta.
Qadar, secretary of Enemy Property Protection Sangharsh Samiti, has claimed there were many tenants in Ramjanki temple complex.
Majority of the Hindu families had fled after the riots of 1931. The priests, however, continued puja activities. he claimed.
“However, Maulabaksh fraudulently got the temple premises registered in his name. Then through the fake ‘Hibanama’ (gift deed), the property was registered in the name of Pakistani national Abid Rehman. Through Abid, the ‘bainama’ (registry) of the property was done in the name of Hazra Begum, mother of Baba. Later, Baba and his brothers got it named after themselves. The tenants were evicted, and Baba opened a restaurant there,” Qadar alleged.
Ehsanulhaq Ansari, a resident of Kanghi Mohal and a former tenant of Ramjanki temple, has also lodged a report against Baba and others, alleging he was a tenant but was forced to vacate his shop after Baba got the property registered in his name through forgery.
In Premnagar, Uday Shankar Nigam has lodged an FIR against Baba, Umar and Baba’s daughter Naaz Ayesha alleging that a house in Premnagar was registered in Ayesha’s name through fraudulent means.
“An ancient Shiva temple, the temple complex has also a well built for parikrama,” Nigam said.





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