November 1, 2020 6:28:31 am
Three weeks after a High Court order declared the Roshni Act as amended now and again as unconstitutional and unsustainable, the Jammu and Kashmir authorities on Saturday determined to annul all mutations, take away encroachment and retrieve such land inside six months.
“It is hereby ordered that the Principal Secretary to Government, Revenue Department, shall cross an order declaring all actions taken underneath the Jammu and Kashmir State Land (Vesting of Ownership to the Occupants) Act, 2001, as amended now and again, and guidelines made there underneath as void ab-initio,” acknowledged an order issued by the Jammu and Kashmir Department of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, with the Lieutenant Governor’s approval.
The Roshni Act is one other title for the Jammu and Kashmir State Land (Vesting of Ownership to the Occupants) Act, 2001.
The Principal Secretary (Revenue) shall make sure that all of the mutations finished in furtherance of the Act are annulled and in addition work out a plan to retrieve massive tracts of state land, based on the order. The officer shall additionally work out a plan to evict encroachers from such land and retrieve it inside a interval of six months.
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