The issue of locking of Hamnam Transporter trains by RTO is getting complicated in the wake of seizure of Mafia Sudhir Singh’s trains. In the report of ADM Finance, the RTO administration has made it clear that they have locked the vehicles on the basis of the list received from the administration. Action will be taken on the basis of the following guidelines.
Shahpur police on July 7 sought a list of Mafia Sudhir Singh’s vehicles from the RTO office. The RTO then provided a list of about 19 vehicles registered in Sudhir Singh’s name. Referring to Mafia Sudhir Singh, the police have sent nine of them to the district administration for confiscation. With the approval of the Shahpur report, the administration sent an RTO letter to prevent the sale or purchase of the listed vehicles. On the basis of this letter, the RTO locked the vehicles. After which it was found out that the process of seizing the vehicles was not of Mafia Sudhir Singh, but of the transporter Sudhir Singh, a resident of Bichia Sarvodaya city.
Transporter Sudhir Singh made a plea to Jansunwai, alleging that the administration had detained nine vehicles in preparation for seizing him in place of Mafia Sudhir Singh. He said that he bought these vehicles with his own hard earned money and now all the vehicles currently have a crore rupees. After which SDM Finance wrote a letter to the RTO administration seeking a report on the whole case. According to RTO sources, RI Laxmikant was sent to Shahpur police station on Thursday. In order to get a report from the police station, the police wanted the details of the vehicle. However, RI could not get this report from the police station. After which the report was sent to the administration by the RTO on Friday.
The report, sent by the RTO, said the administration had given the numbers of nine trains. Only those trains are locked. Now if they are not that car, they can take steps to open the lock only after getting the second list. ARTO administration Shyamlal said the trains were locked based on the list sent by the administration. It matches. Further action will be taken now based on the guidelines received from the administration.
Involved in case reporting
Police also know that a mistake was made and the RTO department also knows that a mistake was made, but the report game is still going on to avoid admitting the mistake. Despite the police brutality, the RDO did not say anything about which Sudhir Singh’s car was wanted. At the same time, the RTO department says the police are not saying when they will take it. According to which the RTO went ahead and reached the RI police station and tried to ask for information, the police came on the backfoot. The SHOs returned to the RI police station pretending not to file. The mistake will now be decided on the basis of the first letter and report.