Rawalpindi - A woman approached police against two KP legislators accusing them of grabbing her precious piece of land in Gulraiz, reliable sources told The Nation on Friday.

However, police after inquiring the matter in detail sent it to a court of law for deciding the real ownership of the land measuring 28 kanalas located at Gulshan-e-Tanveer near Tayyab CNG at Gulraiz III, within the limits of Police Station (PS) Airport, sources added.

According to sources, a woman Nashabat Bibi wife of Haji Anwar Khan, hailing from Ratta Amral, lodged a written complaint with the CPO Office Complaint Cell in which she accused KP MNA Bilal-ur-Rehman and his brother Senator Hilal-ur-Rehman of grabbing her 28 kanals of land in Gulraiz.

She stated that the powerful legislators have deputed armed men of Frontier Constabulary on the land to show their possession. She added in application that Bilal had engineered a plan in 2013 of launching a cracker attack on his house in Peshawar and later got registered a terrorism case against her husband Haji Abdul Rehman, who is now languishing at Adyala Jail. “She sought police help to evacuate her land from the jaws of grabbers,” they added. CPO Humayun Bashir Tarar, taking action, referred the matter to DSP Civil Line Circle Farhan Aslam directing him to probe into the allegations and submit a report with CPO Office, sources added.

When contacted, DSP Farhan told The Nation that he called both the parties and listened to their versions. He said that both parties claimed ownership of the land by producing legal documents. He said that one of the uncles of legislators faced investigation. He said that both parties were relatives and in litigation in a court of law. “The court had issued a stay order,” DSP said, adding that police initiated action in the case under section 145 of CrPc and sent the matter to the court to decide as who was the real owner of the land. On a query, DSP replied that MNA got registered a case against the husband of the lady with Police Station Pahar Puri in Peshawar but it was not the case of Pindi police and Peshawar police would inquire the matter. Despite several attempts, the KP legislators could not be contacted for their comments. It may be noted here that MNA Bilal ur Rehman contested the May 11 general election as independent candidate and won with heavy margin.