125 acres of panchayat land freed in Punjab’s Mohali: Minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal : The Tribune India

Mohali, July 25

Punjab minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal on Monday mentioned 125 acres of panchayat land has been free of unlawful possession at Siswan village in Mohali.

The land, which is adjoining to former chief minister Amarinder Singh’s farm home, was illegally occupied by 13 individuals, mentioned the Rural Growth and Panchayat minister.

He additionally mentioned an estimated worth of this land is Rs 2 to 2.5 crore per acre.

Within the close to future, one other 8,000 acres of land on this space, which has been encroached, shall be freed, he mentioned.

The minister mentioned Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann had instructed the Rural Growth and Panchayat division in Might to establish agricultural and industrial lands which have been encroached upon and get them freed.

He mentioned the division had began this marketing campaign towards unlawful possession of panchayat land on Might 1 and had set a goal of releasing 5,000 acres of land by June, however the division had freed 6,100 acres of land.

Dhaliwal mentioned the land that has been free of unlawful possession, shall be given on lease and if any land may be offered, the federal government will take acceptable motion by framing a coverage.