The  two ancestral properties in North Goa belonging  to UK Home Secretary Suella Braverman’s father is under the spotlight. The  State  Police have started  investigating it as he complained  that the property  has been grabbed by an unidentified person .The  Prime Minister Liz Truss earlier this week appointed Braverman, an Indian-origin barrister  as the UK’s new Home Secretary .  The properties under issue is measuring 13,900 square metres in Assagao as later told by Superintendent of Police (SIT) Nidhi Vasan to reporters on Friday. Probe is going on in full swing after filing the FIR. The Inventory proceedings were came to be known in August but it was filed prior to July 27. Chief Minister Pramod Sawant,has received the complaint through e-mail including  state Director General of Police Jaspal Singh and Goa NRI Commissionerate . The mail  was forwarded to the state home department. “The NRI Commissionerate does not have powers to investigate such cases. Hence, we forwarded the complaint to the home department,” he said. A SIT has been formed comprising  officials from the revenue , Archives and Archaeology Department and police to investigate cases of land grabbing. More than 100 such cases have been investigated by SIT  and arrested more than 15 persons, including two officials from the Archives and Archaeology Department.


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