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J&K administration turns down BSF’s proposal for acquisition of 515 kanals of land

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Directs district administration to identify 160 kanals of ‘state’ land for KLP

SRINAGAR, May 08: The administration of J&K has turned down the Border Security Force’s proposal for allotment of 515 kanals of land to the force for setting up the paramilitary force’s key location point (KLF) in Samba district of Jammu province and instead asked the district administration to identify 160 kanals of state land for the purpose.

Documents accessed by news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) reveal that Financial Commissioner Revenue rejected the land acquisition case of BSF on the ground that huge chunk of land cannot be given to the force and asked BSF and DC Samba to identify suitable state Land measuring 160 kanals.

“……FCR has rejected the case file on the ground that huge chunk of land measuring 515 KI 18 MI cannot be given to BSF and asked BSF and DC Samba to identify suitable state land measuring 20 acres (160 Kanals),”reads the documents accessed by the news agency.

The FCR turned down the demand after case file was submitted to FCR by divisional commissioner Jammu for issuance of notification under section 6 and 7 of

The farmers had opposed the acquisition of land for setting up KLP by BSF and submitted objections against the plan to Lieutenant Governor. The LG’s office had forwarded the objections to the Revenue department and the same were also forwarded to DC Samba on February 9, 2021 for a factual report.

The matter came up for discussion during a meeting chaired by divisional commissioner Jammu on March 27 in Jammu—(KNO)

 

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