Nagi Reddy(67 years) is a retired employee of BMTC and resident of Jakkasandra, Bangalore. His wife passed away in 2004. He has given higher education to both of his children. Son is a doctorate and settled in US. Both daughter and son-in-law are Engineers.
In 2006, Nagi reddy needed money to undertake some major repairs of his residential building. When he approached a nationalized bank, the officials informed him that the loan could not be sanctioned loan as he was retired. Alternatively, they suggested him that he could avail the loan if he transfers the house to daughter through gift deed. In order to get the loan, he had transferred his house to daughter through a gift deed.
Nagi Reddy got the Tribunal Order implemented only after the intervention of the Chief Secretary
After this, there was a dispute between him, son and daughter on the ownership of the property. As a result Nagi Reddy was thrown out from his house. He had to rent a house for his stay. When elders in the family conducted a meeting, a compromise was arrived that he would be taken care for rest of his life. Meanwhile, both his children shared his land and house without his knowledge.
Even after 10 months, when children did not kept their promise, Nagi Reddy filed a complaint at Madivala Police Station as well as Human Rights Commission, Bangalore.
Atrocities Against Senior Citizens
Nagi Reddy