Jawahar Nagar alleges land grab
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Srinagar, Apr 10: The residents of Jawahar Nagar have said that some “blue eyed” family was trying to grab a piece of government land over drain in the area.
A delegation of residents said: “Government land near J Block of government quarters at Jawahar Nagar is being illegally grabbed by some blue eyed people.”
“They (accused) have been so relentless in the land grab that they are now laying hands on a thoroughfare lane passing by the said Govt quarter,” they said.
The residents appealed the Srinagar Municipal Corporation Commissioner Sheikh Mushtaq Ahmed to look into the matter.
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