Encroached land by member of United Jihad Council removed in Anantnag
Encroached land by member of United Jihad Council removed in Anantnag

ANANTNAG — An extension wall of the house of a Hizb-ul-Mujahideen militant, based in Pakistan, built on encroached government land in Liver Pahalgam area of south Kashmir’s Anantnag district was demolished by authorities on Saturday, officials said here.

A top official told the news agency KDC that the extension wall of the house of Ghulam Nabi Khan alias Amir Khan who crossed over to Pakistan in the early 90’s and is operating from there, had encroached on a piece of land in Liver was demolished by the authorities early morning.

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He said Khan is Deputy Chairman of the United Jihad Council, based in Pakistan but originally from Liver village in Anantnag. He (Khan) had encroached 3 Marla public land on ‘gun point’, the officer said, adding that today the encroachment was removed by the authorities.

Earlier, the house of Jaish militant Ashiq Nengroo alias Amjid Bhai of Rajpora Pulwama was also demolished by the authorities.

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