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The police, on the directions of a court here, today registered a case on the basis of a complaint by a man, who alleged that a reputed bank had illegally occupied his property in south Delhi.
The FIR was registered against former and current officials of the bank after the complainant approached a city court that directed the police to register a case, the police said.
The man alleged that the bank earlier used to pay the rent, but later stopped doing so. He also said that the bank later claimed that it owns the property, they said.
The police said that they have asked for the documents from both the parties.
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