Chief Executive officer of Waqf Board Mohammed Asadullah has succeeded in protecting valuable Waqf land and stopping its unauthorised use in Nagar Kurnool, Mahboob Nagar district. He visited Nagar Kurnool and sought information regarding shops of the complex constructed on Waqf land and their rents. During the enquiry it was found that the shops were given on lease off the record which was causing a huge loss to Waqf Board.
16 acre Waqf land exists under Masjid and graveyard at a prime location in Nagar Kurnool. Two storied building was constructed on a part of land which has 155 shops. 99 shops are on ground floor while the fist floor has 56 shops.
On the complaint of alleged irregularities by the previous committee, in collection of rents, Waqf Board had dissolved the committee and a new committee was formed. During the enquiry it was found that the present committee also collected more rent while paying less amount to Waqf Board.
Chief Executive Officer has recommended to dissolve the present committee as well and also recommended that the Waqf Board should take over the complex.