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Advisor Ganai takes strong notice of illegal constructions on Khanabal- Qazigund highway

SRINAGAR:  Advisor to the Governor, Khurshid Ahmad Ganai, has conveyed his serious concern to the Deputy Commissioners of Anantnag and Kulgam when a delegation from Nipora, Ganiepora and Akhran of District Anantnag informed him about the illegal constructions on the National Highway.

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The Advisor directed the Deputy Commissioners of Anantnag and Kulgam to visit the National Highway in their respective jurisdictions and have the illegal constructions and encroachments removed and warn the wrongdoers of strict action under law.

The Advisor also directed all other DCs in whose jurisdiction National Highway falls in the valley to step up vigilance through a moving squad of upright officials drawn from the Revenue and Police Departments to take immediate cognizance of illegal constructions and encroachments on the National Highway for action under law so that this trend is arrested and National Highway protected from such illegal constructions and encroachments.

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