Another Action Against the land-grabbers from PMLN

  • An operation has been launched against another group occupying government lands in Kahna area of ​​Lahore.
  • 200 kanals of land worth billions of rupees in Kahna area of ​​Lahore was occupied by a thug named Botany.
  • police conducted an operation to reclaim the land from the illegal occupants more than 200 kanals of land from its possession.

Action against the Occupy group working under the shadow of the PML-N leaders

Action against occupy group in lahore

Action against the Occupy group working under the shadow of PML-N leaders

An operation has been launched against another group occupying government lands in Kahna area of ​​Lahore. This group was also backed by the leaders of opposition party PML-N.

According to the report of the news agency, 200 kanals of land worth billions of rupees in Kahna area of ​​Lahore was occupied by a thug named Botany. This thug was also considered a symbol of terror in the area due to which No action taken.

One of the reasons for the open occupation of Butte Badmash’s lands was the support of the people, most of whom belonged to a political party, with Rana Mubashir and Saif-ur-Rehman Khokhar of the PML-N leading the way.

Inside Lahore, a plaza worth Rs 3 billion, built by seizing government land from the notorious thug Taifi Butt, was vacated and confiscated.

Occupy Mafia MNA Rana Mubashir and Saif Khokhar’s touts in Kahna Naw area reclaimed 200 kanals of government land

Lahore police conducted an operation to reclaim the land from the illegal occupants of citizens and government land and liberated more than 200 kanals of land from its possession.

During the operation, SSP Model Town said that government land worth billions of rupees had been handed over. During the operation, the occupier Botha managed to escape. Botha had the support of PML-N leaders Rana Mubashir and Saif-ur-Rehman Khokhar.

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