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Land grabbers usurp community hall site
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2008-01-19 City : Chennai

Inordinate delay in ‘execution’ of the proposal is the major factor


          Kancheepuram: Land grabbers were said to have laid their hands on the government land abutting the GST Road in Nandivarman-Guduvancheri town panchayat, owing to the inordinate delay in ‘execution’ of the community hall proposal mooted long ago.


          Enquiries reveal that more than two acres of land was earmarked for construction of the hall in early 1960s when the site remained in the erstwhile Nandivaram panchayat. Another proposal on a public health centre was also mooted. While the health centre project was completed, the hall project did not materialize.


          Meanwhile, a portion of the site earmarked for the community hall was acquired by the National Highways Department for road expansion and the remaining portion was ‘sold’ by some persons who claimed ownership rights with ‘forged documents’.


          Nandivarman-Guduvancheri Town Panchayat chairman M. K. Dhandapani said litigations were filed against the encroachers or land grabbers during his previous tenure as chairman (prior to 2001) and the same were withdrawn by the elected council in the 2001-06 period. However, district-level senior revenue officials have given instructions in writing to the officials concerned that the land came under the ‘punjali tharisu’ category and hence should not be registered in third party name.


          But Mr. Dhandapani claimed that a portion of the land was registered in the name of a private person in December last year. A case has been registered against the official concerned for overlooking the standing instruction.



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