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Bathindi’s Malik Market in Jammu Faces Demolition as Anti- Encroachment Drive Begins

  • Posted on February 12, 2023
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  • By Akta Yadav
 Jammu Faces Demolition :-
An anti- encroachment drive has begun at the Bathindi’s Malik Market in Jammu and while the operations are ongoing, Bathindi’s Malik market in Jammu has been provided with tight security after a few locals pelted stones in order to block the anti- encroachment drive. 7 people have also been detained in this regard. Demolition under The Anti- Encroachment Drive at Bathindi’s Malik Market in Jammu Many notable structures are on the list of demolition in Bathindi’s Malik market in Jammu. The MG Hector Car showroom has been demolished. The showroom was located along the Narwal bypass. Heavy weight JCB vehicles have been deployed for this purpose amidst heavy security as well. Further, the bypass from Bhatindi to Sunjwan Army garrison has also been blocked. Jammu Faces Demolition Jammu Faces Demolition Grounds of The Anti- Encroachment Demolition Drive at Bathindi’s Malik Market in Jammu The government is carrying out the demolitions at Bathindi’s Malik Market in Jammu on the ground that many influential people have illegally occupied large spans of land in Jammu. According to government data, 23,000 hectares of land have been successfully retrieved which lay illegally occupied in Jammu. Critical Comments Against the Demolitions in Bathindi’s Malik market in Jammu Mehbooba Mufti has alleged, “There is ‘gunda raj’ in J-K. It is being destroyed like Afghanistan.” Slogans like ‘Stop Bullying Stop Bulldozing’ have also been raised by the protestors. The People’s Democratic Party has also termed the drive as a “homelessness drive” and said, “The Government is at war with the people.” Jammu Faces Demolition Jammu Faces Demolition For more updates keep visiting our website where we provide unbiased, true and top stories of the world.
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