Umaria: Encroachment removed from government land in Bandhavgarh

According to information, a land mafia had encroached on the government in Tala village that comes under Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve.

FP News ServiceUpdated: Friday, May 27, 2022, 11:46 PM IST
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Umaria (Madhya Pradesh): District administration on Friday removed the encroachment and free government land worth Rs 20 lakh.

According to information, a land mafia had encroached on the government in Tala village that comes under Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. He was to build a resort on the encroached land which is situated on the highway.

On getting a complaint, the district collector ordered a probe. During investigation, it was found that it was government land. Later, the collector ordered to remove the encroachment from the government land.

On Friday, a joint team of the revenue and police personnel reached the spot and demolished illegal structures from the government land using JCB.

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