Government Takes Action Against Illegal Land Occupation in Quetta

Illegal Land Occupation in Quetta

Operation to Reclaim Government Land:

A committee, led by the Additional Deputy Commissioner of Quetta, executed an operation to identify and reclaim illegal land occupation in Quetta. The committee identified encroachments spanning two and a half kanals and recommended immediate action to restore the land to its rightful ownership.

Enforcement of Law against illegal Land Occupation in Quetta

In collaboration with law enforcement agencies, the revenue department swiftly implemented the committee’s recommendations, bringing an end to the illegal land occupation in Quetta at  Quarry Road. During the operation, an armed individual was apprehended for obstructing the Assistant Commissioner City from carrying out the enforcement action.

Political Response and Condemnation

Following the operation, prominent leaders including Nawab Ayaz Jogezai, Hamid Achakzai, and Abdul Rahim Ziaratwal of the Pashtun Khawa Map held an emergency press conference late at night, condemning the incident. They criticized the action against a presidential candidate and the leader of a major political party, characterizing it as an attempt to intimidate.

Clarification and Denial

Former caretaker minister of Balochistan, Jan Achakzai, refuted claims that the operation targeted Mahmood Khan Achakzai’s residence. He asserted that the sanctity of private property was respected during the operation, and action was solely directed against illegal land occupation activities perpetrated by organized groups.

Ongoing Efforts Against Land Mafia

The administration maintains that the committee’s findings extend beyond a single location, highlighting widespread illegal occupation across various areas. Efforts to combat the land mafia and reclaim unlawfully seized government land continue as part of broader initiatives to uphold the rule of law and safeguard public resources.

This operation underscores the government’s commitment to combatting corruption and ensuring equitable access to land resources for the benefit of all citizens.

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