The case of illegal occupation of the land of Sourav Ganguly, former captain of the Indian cricket team and former president of BCCI, has come to light. The West Bengal Police has started action in this matter. I

nterrogation has been done with the accused, in which the accused says that he is being implicated in a false case. A false complaint has been made against him for opposing unethical practices.

There has been a complaint of illegal occupation of Sourav Ganguly’s land in South 24 Parganas of Bengal. Sourav Ganguly’s personal assistant Tanya Bhattacharya has filed this complaint. She also said that the accused and his associates are trying to get inside and take possession of the land by breaking the lock.

These people want to use this land for anti-social work. It is also alleged that when the security personnel present there tried to stop these people, she was also assaulted.

Sourav Ganguly’s assistant Tanya has also said in the complaint that a school is to be constructed on this land, but the accused are trying to capture it. The person deployed for the security of this land is also being threatened over the phone.

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Based on the complaint, the police have registered a case. The accused has been called to the police station and further action will be taken after questioning.

Sourav Ganguly’s land on which there has been a complaint of encroachment. According to media reports, Ganguly wants to open a cricket school (academy) there, many cricketers of the country run their own cricket schools.

By Ritik Sharma

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