DDPO identifies 857-acre encroached land in Ropar

DDPO identifies 857-acre encroached land in Ropar



Tribune Information Service

Ropar, Could 22

The workplace of the District Improvement and Panchayat Officer (DDPO) has recognized 857 acres of encroached panchayat land that was not talked about within the data of the Division of Rural Improvement and Panchayats. The land was, nonetheless, recorded within the income data as panchayat land.

Whereas 626 acre was present in Nurpur Bedi block in March, the remaining 231 acre of encroachment has been detected now in Anandpur Sahib block.

The DDPO, Amarinder Pal Singh Chauhan, stated 142 acre one kanal and 5 marla of shamlat land in 23 gram panchayats and 88 acre six kanal and 5 marla of “jumla mushtarka” land in 23 gram panchayats of Anandpur Sahib block was recorded within the panchayat data.

In gram panchayat Agampur hadbast no. 360, the cultivable gram panchayat land (shamlat land) as per income file is 143 acre three kanal and 9 marla, whereas it’s proven as 97 acre and three kanal within the panchayat data. Thus, additional cultivable shamlat land at Agampur was 46 acre and 9 marla.

In Bela Ramgarh hadbast no. 270, the cultivable “jumla mushtarka malkan hasab rasad khewat” land, as per the income file, is 34 acre and 17 marla. The division data, nonetheless, exhibits nil.

On the absence of the entries within the panchayat data, Chauhan stated the data of the division had been not up to date for lengthy.

“The district has 3,028 acre of cultivable panchayat land, out of which 415 acre was discovered beneath encroachment. The encroachment from 14 acre was eliminated within the final one week,” the DDPO added.





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