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Bhanwar Jitendra Singh Biography
Who is Bhanwar Jitendra Singh ?
Jitendra Singh is a former Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports and Minister of State for Defense of the Government of India. She assumed this position on October 28, 2012. Previously, Jitendra Singh was Minister of State for Home Affairs of the Government of India; position she assumed in July 2011
Bhanwar Jitendra Singh Age?
- He is Born: Jun 12, 1971 (age 50), New Delhi, India
Bhanwar Jitendra Singh Family
- Spouse: Ambika Singh (d. 1994)
Brothers: Devinder Singh Rana
Party: Indian National Congress
Previous position: Minister of State of the Union for Youth Affairs and Sports (independent position) and Minister of State for Defense, Government of India
Former Minister of State
Singh, a former Minister of State for the Home Union, is accused of forging his uncle’s signature to transfer his properties. The matter concerns the estates of the former royal Bundi family in Rajasthan.
A court in the Bundi district of Rajasthan
A court in the Bundi district of Rajasthan issued an arrest warrant for former Union Minister Bhanwar Jitendra Singh and two other people in a forgery case.
The Chief Judicial Magistrate
The Chief Judicial Magistrate, Bundi, has taken cognizance under sections 420 (cheating), 467 (forgery), 468 (forgery for the purpose of cheating), 471 (using a forged document as genuine) and 120 B (conspiracy criminal) against Singh and two others: Shree Nath Hada and Bijendra Singh. The court has ordered that they be detained and brought to court on January 6, 2022.
Singh, a former Minister of State for the Home Union, is accused of forging his uncle’s signature to transfer property to him. The court said Singh and the other two, “fraudulently and for unfair gain, attempted to mislead the court by filing a false trust deed while presenting it as genuine.”
While the warrants were issued on November 18, attorneys for whistleblower Avinash Chandra Chandna received a certified copy of the warrant on Friday.
The matter concerns the estates of the former royal Bundi family in Rajasthan. The last king of Bundi, Maharaja Bahadur Singh, had two sons, Ranjeet Singh and Mahendra Kumari. While Ranjeet Singh claimed ownership through the primogeniture rule, Mahendra Kumari filed a case in a Bundi court in 1986, seeking the division of the properties.
Ranjeet Singh had married but had no children, while Mahendra Kumari married Pratap Singh and gave birth to Bhanwar Jitendra Singh and Meenakshi. As the case dragged on, Mahendra Kumari passed away in 2002 and Jitendra Singh fought the case as her representative.
— Jitendra Singh Alwar (@JitendraSAlwar) November 26, 2021
Then, in 2005, a local court divided the property
Then, in 2005, a local court divided the property equally between Ranjeet Singh and Jitendra Singh, but the division could not be carried out after Singh allegedly appealed against the order and obtained a stay. Ranjeet Singh finally died in 2010. In 2017, Delhi resident Avinash Chandra Chandna claimed that she was close to Ranjeet Singh and his family and that Singh used to stay at his residence in Delhi, where Singh last breathed time. Furthermore, Singh had transferred his property to Chandna in March 2009.
Chanda alleged that after Ranjeet’s death, Jitendra created a trust with Ranjeet Singh’s false signatures in May 2008. The false trust documents, Chandna alleged, say that Ranjeet Singh pledged all of his assets with his ‘Kul Devi’ Ashapura Mataji in the form of a trust and made Jitendra Singh head ‘sewayat’ (someone who serves an idol in a temple) or trustee and Shri Nath Singh as assistant sewayat.
“Since Ranjeet Singh was childless, he (Jitendra) wanted to usurp the property,” says Chandna, who filed an FIR in Bundi in 2017 against Singh and others.
Singh approached the High Court against the FIR
Singh approached the High Court against the FIR, which resolved his statement in 2018, and noted that if Ranjeet Singh had issued such a document, he would have mentioned it to the High Court in December 2008, instead of praying to get his share of the properties. during his life.
The CJM court noted that Singh did not provide the original copy of the trust deed to the investigating officer, but a report from a private forensic laboratory authenticating the trust deed as genuine. The Bundi police closed the 2017 case brought by Chandna, apparently on the basis of that report, prompting Chandna to challenge the Final Police Report.
Singh did not respond to calls or messages.