Budgam officials restore 8 kanals of agri land
GK NEWS NETWORK
Budgam, Nov 29: As part of its drive against illegal constructions and encroachments, the district administration, Budgam, has restored eight Kanals of land on Mirgund road here to its original position.
On the instructions of the Deputy Commissioner, Budgam, Muhammad Rafi, a joint team of departments of revenue and police restored eight Kanals of agriculture land on Mirgund road here to its original position. The land was turned into residential plots illegally. An FIR was lodged against those involved in the act and legal action initiated, an official said.
The team earlier stopped encroachments on the Dooru-Bemina-Budgam road, he said adding the under construction shopping complex on the graveyard in Kralpora-Chadoora was also demolished and two persons were arrested.
The teams demolished shops being constructed on the Kahcharai land and action initiated against the involved persons, he added.
Meanwhile, the Deputy Commissioner has cautioned the people of the district to desist from illegal constructions and encroachments or else face action under law.
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