If you wish to file a complaint with the police for land encroachment, there are a few things you will need to keep in mind. First, it is essential to have evidence of the encroachment. This can include pictures, witness statements, or other documentation showing that someone is illegally occupying your property.
Next, you must contact your local police department and explain the situation. Be sure to provide them with the evidence you have collected so they can properly investigate the matter.
Finally, be prepared to answer any questions about the complaint and provide any additional information they may request. By following these steps, you can ensure that your complaint is filed correctly and that the police have all the information they need to investigate the matter.
The Officer-in-charge / The Superintendent
__________ Police Station
Sub.: Complaint regarding land encroachment.
I am writing this letter to complain about the land encroachment by my neighbor. The piece of land in question is my property, and my neighbor has been gradually creeping on it for the past few months. I have repeatedly asked him to stop, but he has ignored my requests.
I have attached photographs of the most recent encroachment to this letter. As you can see, my neighbor has erected a fence on my property without my permission. This fence has caused me a great deal of inconvenience, as it blocks access to part of my land.
I request that you act against my neighbor and remove the fence he has erected on my property. I would also like to request that you take action against him for the previous instances of encroachment.
Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.
(Name of the Complainant)