Lakki Marwat: Several permanent structures, including shops and plazas, were demolished in Tajori town on Tuesday as part of an anti-encroachment operation. The operation was carried out on deputy commissioner Iqbal Hussain’s orders, in accordance with the government’s policy of clearing all encroachments and reclaiming state land from land grabbers.
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Under the direction of assistant commissioner Umar Bin Riaz, officials of the tehsil municipal administration took part in the daylong drive.
The TMA’s anti-encroachment team used machinery to demolish unlawfully built stores, plazas, and markets at Tajori bazaar and along Betani Road after the revenue department completed the demarcation process. On the occasion, Additional AC Waheed Ahmad and TMO Attaullah Khan were also present.
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During the operation, nearly eight kanals of commercial state land with a market worth of Rs200 million were seized from land grabbers, according to Mr Umar. According to the assistant commissioner, the route connecting Tajori and other portions of the district to the Bitani tribal subdivision had been cleansed of illegal encroachments.
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