District administration got bulldozer on the house of illegal occupants, got government land worth crores freed

ShahdolAfter the strictness of CM Shivraj, the district administration and police have jointly taken swift action against anti-mafia and illegal occupiers of government land in Shahdol, Madhya Pradesh. Police has freed government land worth crores from the clutches of 2 mafia. During this, the administration staff reached the spot with a large number of bulldozers and demolished the illegal construction on the land and made the land encroachment free.

The administration staff first reached Amarkantak located in Dhanpuri police station area. Here the bulldozer went on to free the encroachment on the government land occupied by Afroz alias Pappu Topi. The land on which the administration has made the land encroachment free by running a bulldozer, its value is being estimated at about Rs 70 lakh. There are many criminal cases registered against Pappu Topi and recently the police had also announced a reward of 10 thousand.

On the other hand, the second action was taken against Raja alias Langra, resident of Bangwar Road of Dhanpuri police station area. Many criminal cases are also registered against Langra. Raja had illegally encroached upon the acquired land of Coal India. The police have demolished the illegal construction by running a bulldozer. The value of the said land has also been estimated at Rs. This action has been taken on the complaint of SECL.

Dhanpuri resident Afroz alias Pappu had occupied about 75 lakh government land worth 60×120 meters of Khasra No. 1954/1, against which many criminal cases are also registered in Dhanpuri police station. Along with this, a reward of 10 thousand absconding in the case has also been announced.

On the other hand, Raja alias Langda Khasra No. 78 and 89 of Bangwar Road resident of Dhanpuri had illegally occupied 23 and a half square feet of land acquired by SECL, against whom more than 15 criminal cases are registered in Dhanpuri police station. Taking joint action against these two, the district administration and the police department have freed them from encroachment.

first published:Jan. 30, 2022, 5:54 p.m.



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