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Director ACE orders inquiry into occupying 16 acre state land.

SARGODHA -- The Anti Corruption Establishment has ordered an inquiry against six people for occupying over 16 acre state land by influential people.

Authorities Tuesday said that Director ACE Asim Raza learnt through sources that some influential people including Akmal Shah, Omar Shah, Haider Shah and Taqi Abbas Shah of Chak 14-A/SB Tehsil Bhalwal (Sargodha) had occupied government agricultural 16 acres land many years ago in collusion with the Revenue department.

Similarly, administration of Sanai School and Local Society occupied two precious plots (194-A) and (261-B) in collusion with Sargodha Corporation and Revenue department.

The director has assigned inquiries into the matters to Assistant Directors (Legal) Mohammad Asghar and Tasawwar Abbas Bosal.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Nov 21, 2018
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