Panchayats minister Dhaliwal stated that the remainder of the illegally panchayat acquired land can even be freed below a particular drive
: The Punjab authorities has freed 1,200 acres of illegally acquired panchayat land from encroachers up to now 10 days, minister for rural improvement and panchayats Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal stated on Saturday.
Whereas addressing a press convention right here, the minister stated that the remainder of the illegally acquired land can even be freed below a particular drive.
“At present, 100 acres of panchayat land in Tarn Taran district has been freed. No person might be allowed to usurp or encroach upon the land of panchayat,” he stated.
“I’ve discovered within the investigation that panchayat land of village Bhagatupura has been offered out on low cost costs. It was carried out in the course of the earlier authorities,” he added.
Katra bus fireplace: Unknown outfit claims accountability, police say can’t vouch for veracity
A letter purportedly issued by an unknown terror outfit ‘Jammu and Kashmir Freedom Fighters’ on Saturday claimed the accountability for the Katra bus fireplace incident, which it stated was an ‘IED blast’ triggered by one among its ‘particular squads’. A senior police officer, nonetheless, stated they have been investigating the case and may’t vouch for the veracity of this letter at current. HT additionally would not vouch for the veracity of this letter.
The Resistance Entrance case: NIA raids 4 locations in J&Ok, arrest 2
The Nationwide Investigation Company on Saturday morning performed raids at 4 areas in Jammu and Kashmir and arrested two individuals in The Resistance Entrance conspiracy case. The NIA recognized the arrested individuals as Muzamil Mushtaq Bhat of Khwaja Bagh, Fatehpora, Baramulla, and Fayaz Ahmad Khan of Warpora, Zachaldara, Kupwara. The raids have been carried out at Baramulla, Kupwara, Pulwama and Shopian districts.
Kashmir College college students protest in opposition to sacking of professor
Protests erupted in Kashmir College on Saturday in opposition to the sacking of chemistry professor Altaf Hussain Pandit by Jammu and Kashmir authorities. Eyewitnesses and college officers stated scores of scholars assembled exterior the division in opposition to the removing of Pandit. Pandit, 53, who was promoted to the professor rank in 2015, was to retire in 2031. When contacted on Pandit’s telephone quantity, the caller on the opposite aspect stated that he was not at dwelling.
Spiti valley’s younger eco-warriors wage warfare on plastic waste
Tenzin Choedon is simply 10, however every day the precocious eco-warrior gathers polythene baggage, beer bottles, wrappers, cups and straws carelessly strewn alongside roadsides and forest trails within the picturesque Spiti valley, and stuffs these non-biodegradable pollution into empty plastic bottles, that are reused as poly bricks. A two-litre poly brick weighs no less than 500g. The valley, which receives a heavy vacationer inflow, generates 40 tonnes of rubbish yearly.
Himachal: Modi more likely to deal with rally in Shimla on Might 31 to mark eight years as PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi could deal with a public assembly in Shimla on Might 31, marking the eighth anniversary of his prime ministership, Himachal Pradesh BJP president Suresh Kashyap stated on Saturday. Kashyap stated in an announcement that the rally can be a historic one and attended by numerous individuals to have a good time Modi’s eight years because the nation’s prime minister.