‘Will free panchayat land of encroachers’
Sanjeev Singh Bariana
Chandigarh, April 22
A preliminary report on the alleged unlawful occupation of panchayat land by high-ups, together with prime politicians, is prepared and the method for getting the federal government property vacated begins on Monday, says the first-time Aam Admi Social gathering (AAP) MLA from Ajnala (Amritsar), Kuldeep Dhaliwal.
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The Minister for Rural Improvement and Panchayats, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries and Dairy Improvement within the Bhagwant Mann Cupboard, Dhaliwal says: “We now have known as a gathering of the division with the panchayat officers on Monday to provoke the method of an motion plan for getting again the ‘shamlat’ land.”
Dhaliwal defeated Amarpal Singh Bonny of the SAD and Harpratap Singh of the Congress. He has been intently related to the Left wing politics since his scholar days. He was an lively member of the Punjab college students’ union throughout his faculty days.
“Whereas the precise particulars of unlawful occupation are being compiled, tough estimates indicated that a minimum of 50,000 acres of panchayati land is beneath unlawful occupation. The checklist consists of prime politicians, together with MLAs, within the state.”
“Villages are the soul of Punjab and former governments have blatantly missed the standard of initiatives within the rural areas. There are a whole lot of circumstances of defective design, poor high quality materials and careless execution of works in streets, sewers, water faucets, ponds and panchayat ghars. We now have recognized greater than 400 villages, the place the funds for rural growth have been allotted for unrelated functions. We are going to get the cash again and work in all panchaytas will likely be audited.”
“We’re demanding Rs 500 crore from the Cenrtre to deal with the issue of the stray cattle menace within the state. The state has 1.45 lakh stray cattle on the state roads. We want the cash for constructing particular sheds and inexperienced fodder.”
“I’ve requested officers involved to provide you with an NRI coverage, which will likely be taken up within the Vidhan Sabha for fast motion. We may have our brothers from overseas lands to take part in our endeavours for realising out frequent dream of a rangla (vibrant) Punjab,” Dhaliwal mentioned.