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Jammu: The Division Bench of J&K High Court (Jammu Wing) comprising Justice HasnainMasoodi and Justice Janak Raj Kotwal Wednesday issued notice to the Chief Secretary, Financial Commissioner (Home), Commissioner/Secretary (GAD), Commissioner/Secretary (Revenue), Divisional Commissioner, Jammu, Director General of Police and SVO in a Miscellaneous Petition No.1/2015 seeking directions to the State Government to forthwith recover excess land from RB Educational Trust, Kathua (Family Trust of ChodhriLal Singh, Minister for Health, J&K) which is having land measuring 316 Kanals and 17 Marlas situated at Village KarandiKhurd, Tehsil Hiranagar District Kathua contrary to the ceiling prescribed under Section 2(1) read with Section 14 of J&K Agrarian Reforms Act, 1976.Read more at;


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