Identify land for defence in four months: High court to government

The high court, in an interim order, has told the state government to identify in four months the land to be provided to defence authorities in lieu of the access road and bridge to be built for residents of Bopkhel village.

The order was issued during the hearing of a petition filed by Mangala Ghule and others on December 5. The next hearing of the matter has been posted on January 15 next year.

The defence authorities had closed the access road following an HC order in view of the security concerns. The high court in its order said the defence authorities had sought land of equal value as substitute for the construction of the bridge and the road.

They have been seeking land at Ahmednagar, Nashik or any other place where its establishments exist. This alternative land to be made available has not been identified yet. Read More

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