Mangaluru: A brother is allegedly the villain of an elderly man’s family who planned to loot his property by swindling property. His brother, who fought against this, has become alone in this fight.
He is now preparing to file a complaint with the Human Rights Commission and planning to lodge a complaint with the Kanathur Constituency.
Chandrahas Bhandari, a resident of Pachanady inherited property worth crores of rupees. The property was evenly distributed among the brothers and sisters. Chandrahas Bhandari, who has two children, left with his mother while standing on his feet. He said “My younger brother Harish Bhandari started harassing me when he came home with his sisters four years ago and forcibly took away the property of Rs. 1 Crore belonging to me. The land was registered in his brother’s and crores of rupees were spent. He has got a valuable property in his name,” says Chandrahas Bhandari.
Despite having a GPA in his hands, Bhandari is without a property deed. Bhandari, who was suffering from a mental illness due to the same worries, has now recovered and has approached the Court seeking return of his documents. He is fighting a legal battle through Krishnamurthy, a well-known lawyer in the City. Bhandari has stood firm to fight against the injustice meted out to him and through the Human Rights Commission, he has come forward to warm up to his children and brother. Another brother, Suresh Bhandari, who owned a bar in Kattar, died under mysterious circumstances after falling into the water.