Authors: TheIndianSubcontinent News Agency
When team of officials arrived, land grabbers started pelting stones and bricks on them
BAHAWALPUR: Two officials of revenue department suffered injuries in a clash when a joint team of the revenue department and police launched anti-encroachment operation in Bahawalpur to evacuate government land from land mafia.
Police said that following complaints that land mafia had occupied 80 kanal government land in Chak No8, a joint team of revenue department and police carried out anti-encroachment operation against the land grabbers.
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“When the team reached the spot, land grabbers belonging to Pathan group started pelting stones and bricks on the officials,” a police official said. “As a result, two officials of the revenue department were injured,” he added.
, September 21st, 2017.
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