Councilor candidate Shamim Biswas accused of forcibly occupying government and minority land in Bakerganj

According to land office sources, the Assistant Commissioner of Bakerganj has written a memorandum to Barisal Deputy Commissioner on October 11 this year requesting him to take necessary steps to reco..

Desk Report:
Shamim Biswas, the eldest son of Akbar Ali Biswas of Ward 9 of Bakerganj Municipality, has been accused of occupying Hindu lands and government lands. He has gone to the polls to cover up all his misdeeds. Many questions have arisen among the common people as to how much society can benefit from a misdeed. Bakerganj Land Office along with Barisal Deputy Commissioner, Memorandum No. 2184, Jail 47, Bharpasha Mouza, RSA 2382 and 2264, Khatian, SA 1583, 1584, 1585, 158, 0.64 per cent of the land in Dag. In the public interest, it is requested to make arrangements for its use in development projects. Akhtaruzzaman, a surveyor at the Upazila Land Office, examined the records and the land on the basis of the application. According to the investigation, the cinema hall is written in the mark No. 2617 of BS 1/1 Khatian No. 2 of Bharpasha Mouza of JL 47, but in reality the cinema hall is located in 24 percent land in the mark No. 2713 which has a record in the name of Barisal Deputy Commissioner on behalf of the Government of Bangladesh.

In the letter, Bakerganj Assistant Land Officer requested the Deputy Commissioner to take necessary action. Meanwhile, there are allegations that Shamim Biswas bought 32% land from Khepupara registry office in 1973 in the name of Shamim Biswas from 3060 dags and 3071 dags of 1098 khatian of Bharpasha 46 mouza and forged the property of three Hindu persons Chinta Haran, Birendranath and Pramilabala. But Shamim Biswas was born in 1971.

In this regard, Shamim Biswas said that he had bought the cinema hall from Barisal BNP leader Obaidul Haque Chan. I don't know anything about Hindu land purchase. My father bought the land.

Calling the document a forgery, donors said the document was forged. At the time of the deed, Shamim Biswas was only two years old. Because he does not have the original documents for the purchase of this land.

Md. Tariqul Islam, Assistant Land Officer, Bakerganj, could not be reached for comment as his number was found blocked.

According to land office sources, the Assistant Commissioner of Bakerganj has written a memorandum to Barisal Deputy Commissioner on October 11 this year requesting him to take necessary steps to recover the government land.

Locals in Bakerganj have demanded action against Shamim Biswas.

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