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10 crore government property recovered in Chittagong

10 crore government property recovered in Chittagong
10 crore government property recovered in Chittagong

The district administration recovered government property worth Tk 10 crore in Nasirabad area of ​​Chittagong city. Later, the government took possession of the land and put up the sign board as government property.

About 15 centuries of land was recovered in BS 1688 and 1687 dag of East Nashirabad Mauza under Panchlaish Thana on Tuesday. Assistant Commissioner (Land) and Executive Magistrate Umar Farooq led the operation.

According to district administration sources, the government owns about 15 (fifteen) percent of the property in BS 1688 and 1687 dag of East Nasirabad Mauza under Panchlaish Thana. When the Land Appeal Board (Full Board) filed a case on that property, it ruled in favor of the government. However, despite the verdict, the administration launched a raid after receiving news that land robbers were continuing construction work on the land.

Executive Magistrate. Umar Farooq said, BS survey is final as a government property in the name of Bangladesh government in favor of non-Bengali Neshar Ahmad. The Land Appellate Board case on this land was ruled in favor of the government. Even after the verdict, the developer company named Rajbari Holding Limited was constructing a structure at the site. On receiving information, raids were conducted and government land was recovered and sign boards were given as government property. Legal action will be taken against any illegal trespassers on government land.

Bangladesh Journal/GK

The article is in Bengali


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