Muzaffarnagar. The Uttar Pradesh government, which has been fully geared up against land mafias and encroachers, has now become active in western Uttar Pradesh instead of eastern Uttar Pradesh. In the same sequence, the land occupied by the forest department in Muzaffarnagar has demolished the place of happy Pir built years ago. Not only this, the administration has also issued an order for Khushal Pir’s family to vacate the land within 24 hours and hand it over to the forest department. The case is being reported from Kadawar area of Bhopa police station area of the district. Hindi news
A person named Khushal Pir who came from Pakistan took the land on lease in 1964
It is being told that in 1964, a person named Khushalhapir from Pakistan had leased the forest department land in 1964 for 30 years. After this, he gradually occupied about 100 bighas of forest department and built his house as a fort. It is being told that more than 40 rooms were built in this fortified house. Not only this, like the barracks of the jail, some rooms were built in it. There was also an ibadat gah within it.
The family was not vacating the land even after the notice of the court
It is being told that Khushal’s family was not evacuating even after repeated notice of the court after the lease expired. After this, the administration started this action today. It is being told that earlier governments did not take this action due to the politics of appeasement.
After issuing notices even after the court issued several notices on the termination of the lease, a 24-hour ultimatum has been given by the district administration today, filing a case against Pir Khushal’s family.
In fact, the Muzaffarnagar district administration has given a 24-hour ultimatum this morning after registering a case on the family of Khushal Pir, who has been occupying the Soo Bigha land of the forest department for years. And said that today is their last day to vacate the house,
After this, this place will be completely occupied by the administration. In view of the strictness of the administration, so far, the keys of the seven rooms of the house have been handed over to the Forest Department, the remaining five rooms are being evacuated.