Over 2.15 Lakh kanal of state land retrieved in Kashmir so far, Here is a district-wise list:.
According to officials in Jammu Kashmir over 2.15 Lakh kanal of state land has been retrieved from “encroachers” in Jammu Kashmir adding that the eviction drives will continue to reclaim the remaining 2.74 lakh kanal of “encroached” land across the valley.
Till Sunday, encroachments have been removed from a total of 2,16,683 Kanal of “state land” in 10 districts of the Kashmir valley.
In the Srinagar district, the administration, as per official figures, has recovered a total of 2415 Kanal of state land.
Encroachments on 28132 kanal of state land and 28891 kanal of Kahcharai land have been retrieved in Anantnag, while 8928 kanal of state land and 14705 kanal of Kahcharai in the Kulgam district have been retrieved, as per the official figures.
11341 kanal of state land and 10509 kanal of Kahcharai land has been retrieved in the Shopian district and 26603 kanal of “state land” and 23568 kanal of Kahcharai land have been retrieved in the Pulwama district of south Kashmir, as per the official figures.
The admin has retrieved a total of 21698 Kanal of state land and 17211 Kanals of Kahcharai land in Budgam.
As per the official figures, 12110 Kanal of State land and 6256 kanal of Kahcharai in the Ganderbal district have been retrieved from “encroachers.”
In north Kashmirs Barmaulla district, 51975 kanal of State land and 21526 kanal of Kahcharai land in the Baramulla district have been cleared of “encroachments” removed during the massive anti-encroachment drive.
In total, 27497 kanal of state-owned land and 28919 Kanal of Kahcharai land have been recovered in the Kupwara district, and in Bandipora district of north Kashmir, encroachments have been removed from 15992 kanal of state land and 17568 Kahcharai land.
According to the officials, 1,41,587 kanals of State land and 1,31,459 kanals of Kahcharai land are yet to be retrieved throughout the Kashmir valley. As a result, the ongoing anti-encroachment drive, which is being closely watched by the Lieutenant Governor and Chief Secretary, won’t stop anytime soon.
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