As per the case, Kandasamy Gramani had executed a Will in 1960, granting a 3.56 acres property in Kalki Krishnamurthy Salai, Tiruvanmiyur to his four sons and five daughters. It was probated in 1972.
However, his grandson N Ashok Kumar tried to sell the property, it came to the notice of the legal heirs that Ishrath and three others conspired with the registration officials to insert forged sheets into the records of the sub-registrar and created encumbrances on the property.
Justice PN Prakash, before whom the plea came up, said, “The nature of the allegations in these cases appears to be very serious, in as much as the records relating to documents have been manipulated in the office of the sub-registrar and that have been followed with the creation of a sale deed with Rs 1,000 denomination stamp papers in a document dated February 26, 1966.”
The other aspect pertains to a bogus suit filed in the City Civil Court in the name of the complainant (Ashok Kumar) without his knowledge against sub-registrar Saidapet. But the counsel who had attested the vakalat and the affidavit for interim injunction in the bogus suit by name K Radha had died and was not alive on the date when vakalat and affidavit were attested.
“Under such circumstances this court is of the view that the interest of justice will be served if all the cases are transferred to the CB-CID,” Justice Prakash said.