The Irrigation and Flood Control (I&FC) division in Baramulla, a district in north Kashmir, has issued a stern warning to residents to remove illegal encroachments along the banks of the Jhelum river and other water bodies within a week. The department has stated that if residents fail to comply with this request, strict action will be taken against them under the law.
According to the notice, people who have encroached on I&FC land in the district must remove their encroachments within seven days or face consequences. The department has warned that it will take action and people will be required to pay charges for the same.
Separate eviction notices have been issued to residents across the district, reminding them of the importance of preserving the integrity of water bodies and their surrounding areas. Officials have emphasized the need to protect these areas from illegal encroachments, which can cause harm to the environment and disrupt the natural flow of water.
The residents of Baramulla are advised to take this notice seriously and remove any illegal encroachments within the specified timeframe to avoid any legal action.
The Irrigation and Flood Control division has promised to take all necessary measures to ensure that these areas are protected and preserved for future generations.
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