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Influential allegedly bulldozes poor family's house, victims protest
5/19/2017 11:21:46 PM
MS Nazki
Early Times Report
Poonch, May 19: Coming apt to the 'Might is right' an influential person allegedly have bulldozed a house of the poor family in Mankote of Poonch just to grab the said land spread forcing affected family to protest..
Nusrat Bi wife of Mohd Ibrahim of Tain-Mankote who was living her husband and others sisters in her parental house in the remote village of Tain in Mankote, Poonch district has alleged that an influential of their area namely Mohd Shabeer s/o Raj Mohd had an eye on their land and always was in bid to encroach their land.
According to victim who presently is staging a protest to seek justice, the family owes over seven kanals of land (parental property) against Khasra Nos 1466, 1468, 1472, 1474-77 and 1480, but an influential of area has a hawkish eye on the land spread. She alleged that one Mohd Shabeer s/o Raj Mohd always was looking opportunity to grab the land piece.
A family relative told that Victim has reported matter to police to seek action against Shabeer and an FIR was lodged against him and 11 others on this April 27 vide No. 69/2017 u/s 542/323/427/366 and 147 RPC at Police Station Mendhar." He said police called the Nusrat Bi to Police Station Mendhar and Shabeer allegedly taking the opportunity demolished house of the Nusrat Bi. When the family found their house demolished, they started hunger strike outside the police station. Victim Nusrat BI has urged the district administration to take the cognizance of matter.
Meanwhile Sub Inspector Javed Manhas reached the venue of Hunger strike and assured a legal action against the accused soon.
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