December 2, 2021, 10:15 am
Md. Faizul Haque Golap, Kishoreganj: In Kishoreganj, a husband has been accused of registering land deeds worth Tk 1. crore 76 lak by arranging a fake wife. As the incident became known, the whole district town including the sub-registry office is fighting over itIt is learned that her husband AKM Selim Bhuiyan handed over 1 acre 47 percent land in Maijkhapan mouza of Kishoreganj Sadar upazila to her husband AKM Selim Bhuiyan in 2014 by declaring Heba as deed No. 4752.
As the relationship between the husband and wife deteriorated this year, on February 7, another woman, AKM Selim Bhuiyan, registered the deed in her own name, identifying herself as his wife Marjia Akhter and arranging for a donor. According to the investigation, the document writer Faruk Ahmed Babu (Certificate No. 64). registered the document No. 1314 by forging the national identity card and picture of his real wife Margia while arranging the fake donor. According to the Sub-Registry Office, Zobaidul Islam Akib, son of Marjia Khanum, had lodged a complaint with the Kishoreganj Sadar Sub-Registrar on August 16. When contacted, AKM Selim Bhuiyan, who is accused of verifying the allegations, frankly admitted the truth of the incident.
Asked about the controversial document, author Faruk Ahmed Babu pleaded not guilty. Some unlicensed people involved in registry work at the sub-registry office said that Farooq Ahammed Babu had hung up the certificate without taking the certificate from many people saying that he would certify the author of the document.
In this regard, Furkan Uddin Khan Manik, general secretary of the document writers’ association, said that a written complaint has already been lodged with the sub-registrar about the document. If the allegation is proved, action will be taken against him as per the constitution of the association.
Sadar Sub-Registrar Md Lutfar Rahman Mollah said the district registrar has already been informed about the allegations. Necessary action will be taken against the accused within a week.
District Registrar Muhammad Abu Taleb said he received the written complaint on Wednesday (August 18) morning. Necessary legal action will be taken.