9K acre panchayat land freed: Dhaliwal
Chandigarh, February 19
Punjab Rural Growth and Panchayat Minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal has sought the assist of Punjabis to make the state ‘Rangla Punjab’. He has appealed to all Punjabis, who’ve illegally occupied panchayat land, to return ahead and vacate the land.
Checking shamlat land document
Previous document associated to shamlat land is being examined and the work has been carried out in 153 blocks up to now. A complete of 1,39,818-acre such land has been recognized. — Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal, Rural Growth & Panchayat minister
Dhaliwal stated on the instructions of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, a marketing campaign was launched by the Division of Rural Growth and Panchayats final yr to eliminate unlawful encroachments and for demarcation of panchayat lands within the villages. He stated underneath the marketing campaign, unlawful constructions on 9,389-acre panchayat land had been razed.
The Cupboard Minister stated outdated document associated to shamlat land was being examined and the work had been carried out in 153 blocks up to now. He stated the division had recognized 1,39,818-acre such land, which will likely be used for the welfare of individuals.
Dhaliwal stated 6,206-acre land underneath Patiala division had been free of unlawful possession and handed over to involved panchayats for correct utilization. He stated unlawful encroachment on 1,100-acre land in Patiala, 808 acres in Ludhiana, 464 acres in Fatehgarh Sahib, 194 acres in Sangrur, 3,469 acres in SAS Nagar, 154 acres in Rupnagar, eight acres in Barnala and 9 acres in Malerkotla had been eliminated with the assistance of regulation enforcement companies.
The Cupboard Minister additional stated 507-acre land underneath Ferozepur division had been free of encroachments. He added that encroachments have been faraway from 128 acres in Ferozepur, 187 acres in Fazilka, 27 acres in Muktsar Sahib, 13 acres in Mansa, 49 acres in Bathinda, 26 acres in Moga and 77 acres in Faridkot. Equally, unlawful possession was faraway from 2,676 acres in Jalandhar, 609 acres in Gurdaspur, 602 acres in Kapurthala, 264 acres in Amritsar, 239 acres in Jalandhar, 308 acres in Hoshiarpur, 126 acres in Tarn Taran, 228 acres in SBS Nagar and 300 acres in Pathankot.