Encroachment of 25 acres land by central gov servant
That person is the farmer by the title and also employed.
From last three years this person has become the threat for the area when he has encroached the Gov Land measuring 25 acres costing around 25 crores,and start menacing with the locals.The poor gram panchayats have gone to the SDM(Local)court but they are not going at the time of hearing.Since the state gov is sleeping.
I am requesting the central government for the intervention (since the poor gram panchayats do not understand who has the ownership of gov land) to take the action earliest for saving the land of India,and also sue (take legal action against) Mr.Pralahad Naithani(Central Gov servant),Gram Panchayat Officer,and other concerned officer who have the responsibility for protecting the land. more
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