In 2009, In a Village of Uttarakhand A-party (Seller) sold his whole property or Rakba of land i.e 0.920 hectare to purchaser B-party (buyer). In the registery only khata sankhya: 19 was mentioned without describing any khasra/Khet number. Also the wrong figure or details decribed regarding distance of plot from the road and the details of neighbours mentioned around the plot. Hence mutation was processed in the revenue department. Also from 2009 the B-party possesion is not on the property but possesion on a plot 2 km ahead of the plot mentioned in registery.
Now after 2 years later, A-party again sold same land land with 0.808 hectare from Khata Sankhya- 19 to a Different buyer named as C-party (other then earlier B-party) but this time with proper mentioning the details of every khasra/khet number and also with correct Distance of plot from road and neighbours around the plot. The mutation of this plot also processed at revenue department...from C-party it was further sold to single owner in 2018 and in 2019 further on sold to a Party named as Ram Singh. Now when ram singh sold this property in parts to 5 different people, then there is a problem, Tehseeldaar stopped the mutation process and saying the property was sold 12 years back...we are unable or investigate the issue..
Now the problem is what a tehseeldar can do in this matter ? What is the complete and Genuine solution of this matter.? Tehseeldaar saying a revenue sub-inspector(patwari) will tazdeek both of Land. first Ram singh land (2019) and then B-party land (year 2009) inspection would be held....
But my Question is = Ram singh in its own land have both khasra no present in registry. While B-party have no khasra/khet no in its registery also presently no possesion in the Actual correct land so how could it possible or tazdeek of patwari in B-party land without khasra no.