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Illegal mutation of land in Surankote
Revenue officials fail to demarcate land
8/6/2018 12:28:47 AM
S Tahir-ul Haq
Early Times Report
Srinagar, Aug 5: A poor family of village Hari tehsil Surnakote Poonch has alleged that revenue officials have failed to demarcate the land in which mutation was made illegaly.
According to sources Rashida Bi w/o Mohammad Rashid resident of village Hari tehsil Surankote Poonch is the owner in possession of the land to the extent of her share measuring 19 Kannals falling under Khasra Nos: (120) measuring 7 K-2M, (121) 11K-5 M, (784) measuring 12K-8M, (788) 18K, (788) MIN 1K (789) 4K-1M (789) MIN measuring 1K-10 M, (790) 6K6M, (792) 20K14M (178)18K and (114) 6K-5M out of total measuring 100 kannals-17 malras situated at village Hari tehsil Surankote district Poonch.
"The father of Rashida Bi, Lal Din died in 1990.
Accordingly mutation regarding inherited property of the deceased Lal Din attested in the shape of mutation no: 50 dated 15 Jan 1991 in the name of Rashida, Halima Bi and their mother namely Shamas Bi as equal co sharers in terms of law of inheritance, sources told ET while quoting the documents.
They said that the shares of all the share holders was not segregated despite many requests to the revenue officials/officers, pertinently, as per Islamic Law of Inheritance both daughters are entitled for residuary share as in absence of son the daughters become residuaries and entitled for entire residue share left over after fiving to the fixed sharer.
However, some people have taken undue advantage of the loneliness of the said lady Rashida Bi, including some cousin are in hand in glove with the revenue officials/officers have made some mutation in the revenue records, said sources.
Sources said that the family approached the police station Surankote where the police officials lodged FIR in August 2017against the illegal persons, but they have not produced the challan in the court of law against the accused.
Unfortunately the then Patwari halqa namely Shahzad Ahmad had taken huge bribe from the accused party demarcated the land coming with the zone of trespassing in correctly with a view to get exonerate the accused from the criminal case.
After some time Rashida Bi through her husband approached the then Tehsildar for appointment of the commission for demarcation of the land under dispute, besides segregate the share of all share holders, but due to undue influence of some blue eyed leaders of the area, the said commission has not demarcated the land, sources informed.
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