Dhumal orders probe into encroachment complaints



Shimla: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal has today ordered probe into various complaints regarding encroachments over the land of Narsingh Temple in Nahan. He has ordered the removal of the same so that it may be utilized for devotional activities.

He has also directed the authorities to ascertain the ownership of the land and honour the religious sentiments of the devotees. In another case, Chief Minister has directed HIMUDA to settle the claim of A.S.Negi of Jaipur, who had purchased a flat in Shimla on free-hold basis in the year 1995 by paying full and final payment for the same. He has directed the authorities to examine the case as per legal provisions made for purchase of such flats and mode of payment decided therein. Chief Minister has also directed the authorities to provide information sought by the applicants under Right to Information Act as per the laid down norms. He has directed the Deputy Commissioner, Sirmour to deliver relief to Khushi Attri of Nahan who had sought information under the provisions of the act from Project Director, Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan, Sirmour.

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