Friday , June 14 2024

FIR registered against Congress national spokesperson Dolly Sharma in Ghaziabad, house dispute

A case has been registered against Congress spokesperson Dolly Sharma. Dolly is accused of occupying her mother-in-law's house. Dolly's mother-in-law Pushpa Sharma has filed a case against her. Apart from Dolly, a case has been registered against 20 other people. According to the information, Dolly's maternal home is in Vaishali, Ghaziabad. Dolly's mother-in-law Pushpa Sharma gave a written complaint to the police on 9 February. His daughter-in-law Dolly wants to snatch the Link Road house from him. Dolly Sharma's mother-in-law has accused her daughter-in-law of forcibly entering the house and taking possession. However, Dolly has denied the allegations of forcibly entering the house and said that it is a family matter.

Dolly accused of occupying her in-laws' house

According to reports, 78-year-old Pushpa Sharma (Doli's mother-in-law) has accused Dolly of entering the house by threatening the guard at gunpoint. Dolly's mother-in-law told that on February 9, Dolly and 20 other people entered the house. The complaint given to the police also alleged that Dolly snatched the house key from her mother-in-law and threw it outside.

The police is investigating the matter

Police have started investigation in this matter. Dolly's mother-in-law has also approached the court for this. Importantly, Pushpa Sharma (Dolly's mother-in-law) evicted her son and daughter-in-law from the property. Even after vacating the house, Dolly tried to take possession of the house.

The court gave this order

On February 5, Ghaziabad Civil Court said that Dolly and Deepak (Doli's husband) should not enter the house without permission. Despite the court order, the daughter-in-law entered the house and evicted the mother-in-law from the property. The police have also taken statements from both the parties.