Gandhigiri Bhrashtachar Virodhi Jan Andolan who is a member of Rajesh Bajaj has filed a defamation action in the city court against builder Aditya Dhadhe, his partner Rajas Jain, as well as his own relatives, Ashok Bajaj and Neera Verma. who is accused of forgery and defrauding in relation to a land plot in Kothrud? The anti-corruption campaigner alleges that the respondents filed a fraudulent case against him in October of last year, pushing him to spend over two months in Yerwada jail and destroying his public image.


Rajesh Alias Bobby Bajaj alleges that the criminal case was brought despite the fact that the civil case was still unresolved. Furthermore,  the respondents compelled cops to register the complaint in order to put him in jail. 


Rajesh Khairatilal Bajaj claimed that his father and uncle purchased a 5,000-square-foot plot in 1986, which was transferred to his name in 1991, in a case filed on January 2. In 1988, his uncle also signed a release deed. In 2001, Rajesh's uncle's heirs, Ashok and Neera, reportedly plotted to establish a memorandum of understanding with Dadhe and Jain without Rajesh's consent. Rajesh Khairatilal claims that Deccan Gymkhana police arrested all four in 2005 for violating sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), including fraud and falsification.


According to Rajesh's petition, the builders exploited the disputed land's floor space index (FSI) and then gave it over as an amenity space to Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) in 2002, with a modification entry in PMC's name filed in 2006. In 2009, the respondents reportedly lodged a complaint against Rajesh to deny his title to the land, notwithstanding the ongoing disagreement. According to Rajesh, the accused filed an application with the civil court in 2015, stating that the release deed was forged and requesting that it be examined by a handwriting expert. This request was approved by the high court. As a result, the court received a report.


The accused lodged an appeal in the Bombay High Court in March 2016 while the matter was pending for issue formulation, Rajesh claimed, and the court imposed a preliminary injunction in the suit hearing. Despite the fact that the matter was still pending in two courts, the accused falsely booked Rajesh in October 2017 for forging his uncle's release deed, according to him. "CrPC Section 195 is clear that cops cannot interfere in cases pending in courts," Rajesh explained. However, the accused forced police to question me in a bogus case, and I was arrested. Civil court procedures have already been stopped by the HC. Only the latter has the authority to issue an FIR."


The matter is expected to be heard on February 24 in the court of additional chief judicial magistrate S M Agarkar.


"The court made the fraudulent release paperwork available to police, indicating that it authorized the criminal proceeding," Dadhe said. The false paperwork he submitted to the court as the basis for the FIR. The charge sheet and evidence have already been filed. Rajesh's bail was previously denied by the HC in this case on several occasions."


Rajesh has been facing a Rs 100 crore defamation suit from developer Avinash Bhosale, who claims Rajesh made false and unproven allegations against him in a transaction for land in Shivajinagar that was intended for government personnel. In August 2016, Chatuhshrungi police opened a case of cheating against Bhosale and four others after Bajaj filed a private criminal case against him.