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Laxman Chaurasiya | NT Online | Chennai | Sept 12, 2022:: What if you find out that the land you bought with your blood and sweat earnings a few years ago has suddenly become the property of the Waqf Board? This is what has happened to an entire village in Tamil Nadu, the villagers living in that village for years have suddenly come to know that the land where they have lived is no longer theirs, but has belonged to the Waqf Board. A shocking case of possession of a property by the Wakf Board in Tamil Nadu has come to light. There, an entire village with a Hindu majority population has been declared a Wakf property by the Tamil Nadu Wakf Board. The board has declared Tiruchanthurai village near Trichy in Tamil Nadu as waqf property. The whole matter came to light when a person named Rajagopal tried to sell his 1-acre land to a person named Rajarajeshwari. When Rajagopal reached the registrar’s office to sell his land, he came to know that the land he had come to sell was not of his, but the land belongs to the Waqf and now its owner is the Waqf Board.
Rajagopal says that the registrar murali told him, ‘The owner of the land you have come to sell is the Waqf Board.’ According to the waqf board’s directive, this land cannot be sold. You have to get a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Wakf Board in Chennai. To this, Rajagopal asked, “Why is there a need to get a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Wakf Board to sell his land purchased in 1992?” To Rajagopal’s question, the Registrar Murali showed him a 250-page letter from the Tamil Nadu Waqf Board to Rajagopal stating that ‘No Objection Certificate from the Waqf Board in Chennai is required to sell any land in Tiruchenthurai village. The Waqf Board has informed the Land Records Department through letters and documents that this entire village belongs to them. It has also been said that those who come to register for village land, will have to get NOC from the Waqf Board.’
When Rajagopal told this to the villagers, the whole village was shocked to learn that the land on which he had been living for many centuries was no longer theirs. The villagers wondered how the Waqf Board could claim to be the owner of the entire village when they (the villagers) had all the documents of the land for both residential and agricultural purposes. After this, when the troubled villagers reached the collector regarding this whole matter, they said that it will have to be investigated, and only then any action can be taken.
Allur Prakash, BJP leader from Trichy district has said, ‘Tiruchendurai village, near Trichy, is an agricultural area for Hindus. What is the relation of Waqf Board to Tiruchenthurai village?’ He further said, ‘Manadiyavalli Sametha Chandrasekhar Swamy Temple is present in this village. According to many documents and pieces of evidence, this temple is 1,500 years old. The temple has a property of 369 acres in and around Tiruchenthurai village. Is this temple property also owned by Waqf Board? What is its basis? How can the Waqf Board declare that this land belongs to him without any basic proof? Whereas, the people of the village have the necessary documents of the land. In this whole incident, prima facie, the Waqf Board seems to be arbitrary, however, now it has to be seen what action the DMK alliance Govt in Tamil nadu led by MK Stalin takes so far in this matter.
Courtesy: The News Track Live.
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