138-acre land free of unlawful occupants in Mohali | Chandigarh Information


MOHALI: As a part of the drive to get authorities and panchayat shamlat land free of unlawful occupants, 138 acres of such land has been re-acquired by the federal government previously 48 hours in Kharar and Derabassi.
Mohali deputy commissioner (DC) Amit Talwar stated the train was carried out on the instructions of the minister for rural growth and panchayats Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal. A complete of 67 acres, 2 kanals and 36 marlas of land was handed over to the panchayat block, Majri in Kharar.
Talwar stated that the land possession was carried out below the supervision of responsibility Justice of the Peace, naib tehsildar, Kharar Vivek Nirmohi and responsibility Justice of the Peace, Majri Deepak Bhardwaj in addition to different administrative and panchayat officers.
He added, “63 acre, 25 marla land in Tirthan village and 4 acre, 2 kanal, 11 marla land in Dodemajra has been free of unlawful occupants and handed over the gram panchayat.” A complete of 71 acres of land below unlawful possession in Hansala village was retained and handed over the panchayat below the supervision of Derabassi MLA Kuljit Singh Randhawa. Talwar stated that the lands free of unlawful occupants will now be auctioned by the federal government for lease and sale functions as per the regulation.
In April, 29 acres of panchayat land price crores at Abhipur village below Majri block, close to New Chandigarh in Mohali was freed. The panchayat minister stated that on the instructions of chief minister Bhagwant Mann, a goal had been set by officers to vacate unlawful encroachments from 5,000 acres of panchayat land by Could 31, 2022 below a particular drive throughout the state within the first section. The minister reiterated the dedication of the Punjab authorities to take away encroachments from all panchayat lands.


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