Fraudster held for usurping property



The police claimed to have arrested a man who used fake nikahnamas to usurp property in Muzaffargarh on Thursday.

According to the police, the fraudster identified Musharraf Magsi, the head of a racket used to usurp property through fake marriage certificates.

The group used to register nikahnamas and CNICs with Nadra to claim property. In this context, two fake nikahnamas including one of a schoolteacher were registered with the Nadra to seize their property.

After the revelations, the Muzaffargarh Civil Lines Police have registered two cases, while the raids are being conducted to arrest other members of the racket.

In one such incident, Karachi police, earlier this year, had claimed to arrest gang allegedly involved in looting families of brides after marrying them and arrested five people who were part of the group.

According to police, the gang was arrested after their entire scheme got busted when the brother of the bride got suspicious after the groom’s family demanded Rs50,000 for marriage preparation. Two days after the Nikkah ceremony.


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