Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Retired school teacher complains of bid to grab her Rs 2cr land - The Times of India

This kind of property abuse of Elders must be prevented. If this should happen to an educated daughter of an IAS officer, imagine what could happen to an illiterate woman.
Read the full story at the link given below:

Retired school teacher complains of bid to grab her Rs 2cr land - The Times of India: "CHENNAI: P Dhanalakshmi, a retired school teacher, on Wednesday sought police protection against some men who, she said, were trying to grab her property in Thiruvanmiyur.

P Dhanalakshmi (72), who is the daughter of a retired IAS officer from Ramanathapuram district, said these men were threatening her to register the property in the name of 'Nondi' Ramasamy.

Dhanalakshmi said she has been living with her daughter after her husband Palanisamy died in 2006. 'Nondi' Ramasamy alias Ramasamy approached her and took a portion of her house in Thiruvanmiyur on rent.

'Initially, Ramasamy paid me three months rent and then he began defaulting on the payments. When I approached him for the rent, he threatened me and asked me to register the house and other properties worth Rs 2 crore in his name,' said Dhanalakshmi. 'I have been living in constant fear for the past three years. I approached the local police stations several times, but they didn't take any action,' Dhanalakshmi said."


  1. We have been hearing of many such cases in Coimbatore, Madurai and Trichy. Complaints are pouring against erstwhile minsters. But it is yet to be seen what action is finally being taken.

  2. Would be interested to have an update on the situation.