Former NC MLC approaches Court
Srinagar, Aug 20: The former NC MLC, Altaf Wani today filed a civil suit in the Munsif Court Aishmuqam against the decision of the Pahalgam Development Authority (PDA) to demolish his structure at Veersaran area in south Kashmir.
He claimed that area did not fall in the jurisdiction of PDA.
“I have never violated any law and have not defied the court order and the structure raised in Veersaran area is very much legal,” the application submitted to court reads.
He has further submitted that his political rivals were hell bent upon tarnishing his image.
After hearing his submission, the Munsif Court Aishmuqam has served the notice to PDA asking it to put forth its plea.
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