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Swargadwara land row:land fraud has been identified

Puri:24/3/17: Swargadwara land row, Puri RDC (central) AB Ota today informed that a nine-member committee headed by Puri Collector has been constituted by the district administration to probe into the allegations made over land grabbing of the crematorium and would submit a investigation report within seven days.

The decision has been taken in an emergency meeting held at the Circuit House today afternoon in Puri.

According to preliminary inquiry, the land fraud has been identified and the extension of land grabbing will be probed. Under the purview of the probe, the 16 acre allotted land of Swargadwara including 242 plots will be examined after demarcation. The panel will submit a report after conducting plot-wise detailed probe under the custody of Shankacharya which had been allotted for crematorium by Shankacharya mutt.

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