Encroachers grab school land in Tral
Tral (Pulwama): The residents of this township have accused the local revenue authorities of facilitating encroachment of land earmarked for augmenting existing infrastructure at Government Boys Higher Secondary Institute Tral.
According to locals around 28 kanals of land was procured by the government for Boys Higher Secondary School Tral and Jammu and Kashmir Projects Construction Corporation (JKPCC) was asked to construct the boundary wall around the land. However, according to locals, Tehsildar Tral has illegally earmarked a pathway out of the government land for the illegal tenants of the school land. The move has not only caused interference of some private persons over the school land but has also spoiled the academic environs of the institute.
The locals and the school authorities have sought the intervention of the government in preventing the encroachment of the school land allegedly being facilitated by the revenue authorities.
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Lastupdate on : Wed, 21 Nov 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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