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I will own property anywhere in this state, who will stop me: KGF star Yash on being embroiled in land dispute


Team Udayavani, Mar 10, 2021, 1:10 PM IST

Bengaluru: KGF star Yash’s family has been involved in a land dispute after the residents of Karnataka’s Thimmanahalli-Dudda village raised objection to the family’s death leveling work on a vacant plot on Tuesday, March 9.

Residents alleged that the land belonged to them. While Yash asserted that they were only making a compound wall to protect their property, whereas the residents alleged that the actor’s parents were making a road there.

Reports state that Yash met with the police officials at Dudda in Hassan in connection to the protest by the residents.

The villagers picked up a quarrel with Yash’s family after they reached the village, with bulldozers and started the land-leveling of the land they claimed the possession, informed police.

The villagers alleged that Yash’s family was encroaching their land.

Madhu, Sub-inspector of Dudda informed that Yash’s family had hired bulldozers to build a road next to their farm, which raised objections by the local residents.

Yash who was summoned to the police station asserted that farm-land was purchased to become a model farmer and that he was not here to make profits.

Calling himself the son of this state, Yash said that he won’t bother about his image and that if he wishes he will own property anywhere in this state and see who stops him.

The residents and Yash’s family members have lodged a complaint and a counter-complaint in this regard and the investigations are on.

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