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Private school constructed at Govt. khas land encroaching the public route

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Imphal, April 15,

Keirou Loukon Kanba Lup (KLKL) demands eviction of land encroachers at the khash land of Keirou Loukon, Takyel Kolom Leikai under Patsoi Assembly Constituency to avail the previous route to the loukon.
Speaking to media persons today at Manipur Press Club, Majorkhul, K Ranjit Singh, Secretary KLKL said that Keirou Loukon which has 83 acres of farm land and the path used by the farmers which is a khash land of .1826 hector under the dag number 187 of 93 villagers of Takyel Khongbal has been totally blocked due to a wall fencing constructed by the owner of Kinder Garden Montessori School.
The said land is a khash land where for generation farmers have been using to and fro to Keirou Loukon but since the set up of gate and encroachment of land by the school have created a big problem for the farmers to reach the loukon, he added.
“Reaching to Keirou loukon is a big problem as there are no proper route way to the loukon though the only route is the narrow roadway available in between Takyel Kolom Leikai and Langjing Achouba which directly reach to the centre point of the loukon but unfortunately the route is no more useable due to the construction of fencing wall and gate of the Kinder Garden Montessori School”, said Ranjit.
Ranjit also said that the school owner might have bought land from land owner who has land patta apart from the khash land.
Encroaching khash land as the school property is unacceptable and strongly condemned, he added.
 Drawing the attention of the concern authority, Ranjit appeals to work in the interest of the public and farmers of the Keirou Loukon and evicts the land encroachers and those who are constructing fencing at the khash land under dag number 187 and not to provide and land patta at the khash.
Under the Manipur land revenue and land reforms (sixth amendment) act, 2014 (Manipur act no. 3 of 2014), those who disobey the must be punish by the law of the land, Ranjit asserts.
Mention may be that Keirou Loukon is about 4 km from Imphal city along the New-Casar Road, surrounded by Takyel Kolom Leikai on the North, Takyel Khongbal on the South, CRPF Camp on the West and Government Polytechnic College and other departments in the East.
The loukon has 118 pattadar of 83 acres of land but in 2001 CRPP camp station at Langjing Achouba occupied most of the land in the name of expansion. Since then Keirou Loukon Kanba Lup (KLKL) was form to save the loukon.

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