Shah Rukh Khan forged documents to buy a villa in Alibaug?
Shah Rukh Khan seems to have incurred some trouble for himself, thanks to his property in Alibaug. Apparently, the King Khan forged the documents to buy this property. As per the report a report in India Today, SRK violated coastal regulation norms and constructed the property.
An Alibaug-based activist has filed a written complaint against the actor, his wife Gauri Khan and a company named Deja Vu Farms Pvt Ltd for making use of forged papers to acquire this land in Alibaug. Complaint states that SRK made the purchase of this agricultural land for agricultural purposes but instead constructed a luxurious bungalow on that land. Complainant has also stated that SRK and others have committed criminal conspiracy under Section 120-B; offence of forgery of valuable security, forgery for the purpose of cheating and using forged documents as genuine under Section 467, 468, 471 and 420, and offence of criminal breach of trust by a public servant under Section 09 of Indian Penal Code, 1860.
Activist named Surendra Dhavale had requested Mumbai Police to file an FIR and investigate the case in accordance with Chapter – XII of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, but apparently it did not happen. The complaint was filed on January 11, 2017.
The area acquired by SRK is 19,960 square meters huge and has abandoned beauty of the sea by the coast.
We await more reports on the same. (Also Read: Video alert! When SRK got yelled at by a Maharashtra MLC in Alibaug)