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    Stern action planned against Dal lake encroachers in Kashmir
    Tehseen Mustafa, vice chairman of LAWDA has urged the people to come forth with information if they find any such illegal activity taking place in their respective areas.
    PTI | Aug 09, 2016, 03.00 PM IST

    SRINAGAR: Seeking public cooperation in saving the Dal and Nigeen lakes from falling prey to encroachers, Lakes and Waterways Development Authority on Monday said stern action would be taken against those raising illegal constructions by taking advantage of the unrest in the region.

    "We will not allow the destruction of these water bodies and stern action will be taken against the elements who are misusing the prevailing situation to raise illegal constructions and indulge in encroachments," vice chairman of LAWDA Tehseen Mustafa said in a statement here.

    He urged the people to come forth with information if they find any such illegal activity taking place in their respective areas.

    "Unfortunately, some unscrupulous elements taking advantage of the prevailing law and order situation had started raising illegal constructions in and around the Lakes.

    Besides raising illegal constructions in the prohibited area around these lakes, some persons had even started encroachments within these water bodies by way of fresh earth filling," he said.

    Mustafa said after receiving reports about these illegal constructions and encroachments, the Enforcement Wing of LAWDA immediately swung into action and launched a demolition drive in and around the Lakes.

    "Already scores of such encroachments have been removed and the drive will continue with full intensity," he said.

    Meanwhile, continuing its demolition drive, the Enforcement Wing of LAWDA today dismantled several illegal constructions at Lashkari Mohalla and Baghwanpora, Nageen.

    LAWDA has warned truck and load carrier owners not to carry or ferry any sort of construction material in the prohibited area of the Dal and Nageen Lakes, an official spokesman said.





    Stern action planned against Dal lake encroachers in Kashmir | ET RealEstate
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      Army duped of Rs 6 lakh in rent for land that's really in POK

      The strange facts of the case came to light after a CBI investigation revealed that a sub-divisional defence estate officer and patwari in Nowshera in J&K acted in cahoots with private persons to "rent" out a piece of land that was actually in POK.TNN | February 07, 2017, 12:30 IST

      NEW DELHI: Local officials, an Army officer as well as some private people conspired to dupe the Indian Army into paying rent for land located in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and a case of cheating has been registered by the CBI to look into the matter.

      The strange facts of the case came to light after a CBI investigation revealed that a sub-divisional defence estate officer and patwari in Nowshera in J&K acted in cahoots with private persons to "rent" out a piece of land that was actually in POK.

      A board of officers, comprising an Army officer, an estate officer and a representative of the revenue department, disbursed rentals to persons on the basis of false documents. The board proceedings of 2000, attended by sub-divisional defence estate officer R S Chanderwanshi and patwari Darshan Kumar, saw land under various 'khasra' numbers was declared to be in possession of the defence forces. "Accordingly, rental compensation to the tune of Rs 4.99 lakh was disbursed to one Rajesh Kumar and others in village Khamba, tehsil Nowshera," the CBI said.

      As per the "jamabandhi" register for 1969-70 of the land in question, khasra numbers 3000, 3035, 3041 and 3045 are under the occupation of Pakistan, but rent is being paid by defence estate (India) to the alleged private owner.

      The CBI said the conspiracy led to a gain of Rs 6 lakh to the beneficiaries.








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        Over 1.5 thousand acre land encroached in Jammu

        PTI | Feb 1, 2017, 12.24 PM IST


        JAMMU: The Jammu and Kashmir today said that 1,510 acres of land in the city has been encroached as it admitted that the Jammu Development Authority is yet to demarcate 6,818 acres of land, meant for development, given to it in 1973.

        The J&K government transferred 9,479 acres of land to Jammu Development Authority for development since 1973 and out of which 6,818 acres of land has not been demarcated, Minister of State for Housing & Urban Development Asiea Naqash told told the Legislative Assembly here.

        Replying to a question by BJP member Sat Paul Sharma, she said that total land demarcated by JDA since 1973 is only 2,245 acres and out which 330 acres has been encroached.

        Similarly, 1,510 acre has been encroached in Jammu belonging to JDA, the minister said, adding that 223 acres of land (out of the total 9,479 acres) is in possession of Jammu while 1,111 acres has been utilised by JDA, 93 acres of land regularised.

        However, as compared to massive encroachment of land in Jammu belonging to JDA, only over 18 acres of land in Srinagar is under encroachment despite militancy.

        Replying to a question by Sharma, Naqash said 3,884 kanals (485 acres) of JDA land has been retrieved till date out of the encroached 12,083 kanals (1510 acres) in Jammu.

        Similarly, approximately 150 kanals (18 acres) of SDA land in Srinagar is under encroachment in different areas of Srinagar, she said.
        The authorities are making concerted efforts to retrieve the encroached land of Jammu Development Authority (JDA) and Srinagar Development Authority (SDA) by holding regular anti-encroachment drives with the help of police, she added.

        "A substantial portion of encroached land is under litigation in various courts and the authorities are vigorously pursuing the cases," the minister said, adding that there 4,245 cases pending in the department for disposal.

        The minister also gave details of pendency of cases in various courts relating to the JDA/SDA land.

        She informed that around 4,245 cases are pending disposal and are being pursued by the concerned authorities.







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          J&K may be first to bring real estate under new GST regime

          While the Centre and the states had amended the Constitution to move to GST, J&K will have to enact its own laws as it has a special dispensation under the Indian ConstitutionRajeev Deshpande&Sidhartha | TNN | May 18, 2017, 07:36 IST

          SRINAGAR: Jammu & Kashmir may be the first state in the country to bring real estate within the ambit of goods and services tax (GST) when it enacts laws to integrate its indirect tax regime with other states, state finance minister Haseeb Drabu indicated. While the Centre and the states had amended the Constitution to move to GST, J&K will have to enact its own laws as it has a special dispensation under the Indian Constitution.

          Drabu said he would move the required legislation in J&K assembly to be part of GST and ensure the benefits accrue to the state. The shift is expected to help the state garner around Rs 2,000 crore-worth additional resources to add to its current kitty of around Rs 11,000 crore and expand the tax base by close to 15%.

          While the GST Council has agreed to subsume several taxes, including central excise, state VAT, service tax, central sales tax and octroi, it has kept around a third of state revenues outside the GST ambit.

          Alcohol, petroleum and real estate are three items on which GST will not be levied.

          “We were the first to do many things and we may be the first to include real estate,” Drabu told TOI ahead of the crucial GST Council meeting here. J&K has moved to a January-December financial year, was first to abolish the distinction between plan and non-plan spending and is now working on rolling out universal basic income, something that has been discussed in the latest Economic Survey.

          Drabu said his government proposed to enact laws that would allow for levy of integrated GST, central GST and state GST amid indications that audit powers may not be split between the Centre and the state in the same way as it is done in the rest of the country.









          http://realty.economictimes.indiatim...egime/58726493



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