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Goa Land Scam: CM Claims Govt Owned Land Also Fraudulently Transferred

As per the latest updates, a day after forming a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe illegal land grabbing and deceitful exchange of land lots, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Thursday said that even government-claimed land had been falsely moved as a component of the continuous trick.

“There are numerous objections in the police division about fake offer of land. The Archeology division has likewise recorded comparable cases, as well as the enrollment division which has gotten grumblings about offer of land with manufactured reports. There are around 60-70 cases. It is a tremendous land trick,” Sawant told journalists.

The Chief Minister additionally said that the land snatching and illegal exchange racket was more pervasive along the shore, where land costs have shot through the rooftop in wake of expanding interest for extravagance lodging.

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“At times government land has likewise been moved, we have come to be familiar with this as well. This multitude of cases will be given to the SIT and they ought to lead an exhaustive examination,” the Chief Minister said, adding that the casualties of land-snatching and illegal land move could whine straightforwardly to the SIT.

The seven part SIT is going by the Superintendent of Police (Crime Branch) Nidhin Valsan and incorporates six different authorities from the Revenue, Archeology and the workplace of the state Registrar.

Meanwhile, in another update, Congress leaders and members were momentarily confined by police in Panaji on Thursday for challenging the Enforcement Directorate’s scrutinizing of Rahul Gandhi for the third continuous day.

The Congress had required a protest close to the Raj Bhavan in Dona Paula. State Congress president Amit Patkar said a party designation was scheduled to meet Governor PS Sreedharan Pillai on Thursday.

They walked from the Dona Paula circle to the Raj Bhavan however the police plugged them and gathered them together in vans. “The lead representative needed to meet us yet even before we could arrive at the Raj Bhavan, the police halted us. A majority rules government is being killed in this nation,” said Patkar, who drove the protest.

 

 

 

 

 

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