Mohali/Chandigarh:Mohali Police have registered a first information report (FIR) against former senior Executive Director (ED), Estate Division and others of Infotech for ‘misusing their official position to cause wrongful loss’ to Sukhbir Singh Shergill ‘with criminal intent by destructing/distorting and tampering with official files and records of Punjab Infotech to create a false demand of Rs 4,12,42,203 to the complainant, residing in 3A block of Mohali.
The FIR was registered on January 11, a copy with Daily Post, under Sections 465, 466, 467, 468 and 471 of Indian Penal Code (IPC). According to complainant, on February 23, 2016, Punjab InfoTech, Sector 17, Chandigarh, instead of initiating action against R K Sangwan and other erring officers and returning Rs 4.12 crore which was falsely recovered, preferred to give permission to Sukhbir Singh Shergill ‘under the Indian legal system,’ to raise the issue “with the police and / or court having jurisdiction… pursue remedies as per law before police / court.” Subsequently, SAS Nagar police ‘summoned all the official records of Punjab InfoTech, Sector 17, Chandigarh and recorded statements of officials of Punjab InfoTech, Chandigarh.’
It has been claimed that the Plot No. C-136, Phase 8, ELTOP, Mohali was allotted to Sukhbir Singh Shergill and his wife vide Allotment No. 1676-79 dated 21.07.2000. The lease deed of the said plot was made on 06.09.2000 and in the allotment letter and lease deed there was no outstanding dues payable for plot.
The complainant has further claimed that ‘the said plot was converted from leasehold to freehold and the conveyance deed document was registered with Sub-Registrar, Mohali vide Vasika No. 1323 dated 12.10.2001.’
When contacted, Shergill said that there was no outstanding liability payable in the records of account books of Punjab InfoTech against theproperty which he bought in an auction in October 2001.