Hoshiarpur-Punjab Rural Development and Panchayat Minister S. Laljit Singh Bhullar, on Wednesday, reclaimed 203 acres of illegally encroached panchayat land in Bhambotar village of Talwara block of district Hoshiarpur.
While addressing reporters on the village group heart, the Panchayat Minister stated that whole 252 acres of panchayat land throughout 4 villages in Bhambotar had been encroached upon, of which 203 acres had been voluntarily vacated by the village panchayats and farmers. He mentioning that some individuals had constructed homes on the remaining land. Assuring a forthcoming coverage to resolve such encroachments, he vowed to stop any inconvenience to the individuals. He stated that the reclaimed land was utilized for planting khair and teak bushes, which are actually prepared for harvesting. These bushes will probably be harvested after taking approval from the division and the quantity obtained from harvesting will probably be deposited within the state exchequer.
Answering the question, Cabinet Minister said that round 13000 acres of Panchayat lands have been reclaimed from unlawful encroachment throughout the state. He emphasised that the division is expediting efforts to resolve courtroom circumstances, aiming to vacate remaining encroached panchayat land quickly.
He affirmed that Chief Minister S. Bhagwant Singh Mann led authorities is absolutely dedicated to reclaiming panchayat land from illegal occupation, asserting that no particular person, no matter their affect, will evade penalties for illegally encroaching upon authorities land. The Cabinet Minister stated that the departmental cell tasked with eradicating unlawful encroachments from authorities land, has been strengthened in order that there isn’t a issue in eliminating encroachments from panchayat land.
S. Laljit Singh Bhullar was accompanied by MLA Dasuya S. Karambir Singh Ghuman, Joint Director RD&P Department S. Jagwinderjit Singh Sandhu, Divisional Deputy Director Jalandhar S. Amardeep Singh Gujral, ADC (D) S. Balraj Singh, DDPO S. Bhupinder Singh Multani and BDPO Talwara S. Sukhpreet Pal Singh.