Govt may resume Dargah Shah land

by Paul Joseph on December 2, 2012 · 0 comments

HYDERABAD: After sitting on the issue for nearly a year, the Chief Commissioner of Land Administration (CCLA) has directed the Hyderabad district collector to demarcate a 37,000 sq metres prime land in Nampally which was transferred to Dargah Shah Khamoosh in 2008 – apparently without following norms. In December last year, former Hyderabad collector Natarajan Gulzar took up the issue and asked the CCLA to cancel the old land transfer saying it was government land, which is now valued at Rs 222 crore. However, no action was taken on the land which is looked after by Syed Akbar Nizamuddin Hussaini, secretary of Darusalam Educational Trust and chairman of Darusalam Bank,

[via India Properties – Real Estate India – Indian Property News Site]

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