MP: National Herald was given 1.14 acres of land in 1981, made big showrooms, now ED will be tightened

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MP: National Herald was given 1.14 acres of land in 1981, made big showrooms, now ED will be tightened
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11:01 AM August 4, 2022
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Aug 04, 2022 | 4:31 PM

Madhya Pradesh government has once again ordered an inquiry into the matter of making commercial complex on the land allotted to the National Herald in Bhopal. In 1981, 1.14 acres of land was allotted to National Herald. The then Congress government allotted this land to the Associate General Limited Company, on which a press complex was to be built. But commercial complexes were made and sold on this land. Currently there are 6 big showrooms here.

The matter has been going on in the district court since the end of the lease in the year 2011. The government has once again ordered an inquiry into this matter. Also, the Secretary Law has been asked to settle the matter soon in the court, for this, the necessary process should also be completed soon. Urban Administration Minister Bhupendra Singh said in a conversation with TV 9 Bharatvarsha that there will be an investigation as to why the investigation of the case is being delayed.

Urban Administration Minister Bhupendra Singh said that also about this Investigation will be done that which Congress leaders and the then officials are involved in this matter, action will also be taken on them. Bhupendra Singh said that after discussing with the Chief Minister, the ED will also be asked to investigate in this matter. He said that this building will also be sealed after investigation. In Madhya Pradesh too, the Congress is being tightened.

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