Budgam: A concrete structure raised by the wife of Ali Mohammad Sagar, National Conference General Secretary, at Humhuma in this central Kashmir district, has been demolished during the ongoing anti-encroachment drive in Jammu and Kashmir, official sources said.
They said that a team of revenue department alongside law enforcement agencies reached the site at Airport road Humhama this afternoon and razed it to ground along with boundary wall and iron gate. The structure, they said, was raised on the state land occupied by the Sagar’s wife adjacent to her house which is on the proprietary land. “Apparently the concrete structure was being used as a guard room for the security personnel,” they added.
Meanwhile, National Conference condemned the dismantling of the boundary wall and the guard quarters at Party General Secretary house at Humhama.
In a statement the party said that the demolition drive conducted at Sagar’s residence by government agencies clearly reek of political vendetta and the misuse of government machinery. “The government didn’t bother to even send a notice to the family concerned before going ahead with the demolition”.