After survey win, will take up Maharashtra land bargain: Public Gathering -
After survey win, will take up Maharashtra land bargain: Public Gathering
Posted 21 Mar 2024 04:23 PM


A contention is fermenting over Maharashtra state's acquisition of land in Budgam for Maharashtra Bhawan, with previous CM Omar Abdullah expressing that once the Public Gathering (NC) government comes to control after Get together survey triumph, it will relook at the arrangement.

'All the way focused on survey'

The NC messes with no political race and is planning for Lok Sabha decisions. Omar Abdullah, NC pioneer.

The BJP is focusing on Omar for what it claims is working up contention. BJP pioneer Altaf Thakure said, "I accept Omar Abdullah is as yet living in a silly situation and accepts that Kashmir is maybe Pakistan's part. He has maybe failed to remember that on August 5, 2019, J&K's full combination was finished with the Association of India for eternity."

Talking in a convention in South Kashmir's region of Kulgam, Omar said the public authority is developing huge structures in Kashmir, making rooms explicitly for obliging vacationers. He communicated worry that these structures would be utilized to have travelers who are at present remaining in lodgings, in this way undermining the vocation of nearby hoteliers.

The Maharashtra Bhawan, set to be the principal state Bhawan in the Valley, will be arranged in Budgam, close to Srinagar air terminal, crossing 2.5 sections of land. The Maharashtra Bureau as of late supported the land buy, with the J&K government conceding land move for Rs 8.16 crore. The Maharashtra Bureau authorized the acquisition of the land on Wednesday.

On June 11, 2023, during his visit to Kashmir, Shinde mentioned J&K Lieutenant Lead representative Manoj Sinha for land. "It will help grandstand Maharashtra's specialty, culture and food in Kashmir," Shinde had said.

BJP's J&K representative Altaf Thakur depicted Omar's proclamation as immediate incitement and a message to Maharastra government to ask all Kashmiris procuring their vocation there to escape.

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