Hapur News – Government requested a revised proposal for the police line

Government requested revised proposal for police line
Hapur. The proposed 40.56 hectares of land were selected in Sadullapur Gokul village in the Babugarh area. The proposal for this land was sent by the county government on July 8th. However, the government has requested a revised proposal that includes all of the country’s documents and full details of the expenses incurred in acquiring the land. The district administration is now preparing to send the proposal again.
The administration has been looking for land for the police line for a long time. Previously, the plan to buy land in Akdauli village was almost complete, but after a farmer refused to give land, the then DM rejected the proposal for a police line in Akdauli. After the proposal was canceled, the county government looked for land for the police line in other villages. After inspecting the land of more than ten villages, 40.56 hectares of land in Sadullapur Gokul village were selected.
After inspecting the officials on July 8, the district sent a proposal to the government to build the police line. In response, Special Secretary RP Singh sent a letter to the department. The letter ordered that all documents relating to the property in question and the details of the costs incurred in acquiring this property be sent again. So that the process regarding this property can be accelerated as quickly as possible. After receiving the letter, preparations will be made to resend the application with the information requested by the department.
Sarvesh Kumar Mishra, ASP: A letter has been received from the government regarding the proposal to build a police line in the village of Sadullapur, on the basis of which the details will be collected and sent to the government in the near future.

Government requested revised proposal for police line

Hapur. The proposed 40.56 hectares of land were selected in Sadullapur Gokul village in the Babugarh area. The proposal for this land was sent by the county government on July 8th. However, the government has requested a revised proposal that includes all of the country’s documents and full details of the expenses incurred in acquiring the land. The district administration is now preparing to send the proposal again.

The administration has been looking for land for the police line for a long time. Previously, the plan to buy land in Akdauli village was almost complete, but after a farmer refused to give land, the then DM rejected the proposal for a police line in Akdauli. After the proposal was canceled, the county government looked for land for the police line in other villages. After inspecting the land of more than ten villages, 40.56 hectares of land in Sadullapur Gokul village were selected.

After inspecting the officials on July 8, the district sent a proposal to the government to build the police line. In response, Special Secretary RP Singh sent a letter to the department. The letter ordered that all documents relating to the property in question and the details of the costs incurred in acquiring this property be sent again. So that the process regarding this property can be accelerated as quickly as possible. After receiving the letter, preparations will be made to resend the application with the information requested by the department.

Sarvesh Kumar Mishra, ASP: A letter has been received from the government regarding the proposal to build a police line in the village of Sadullapur, on the basis of which the details will be collected and sent to the government in the near future.

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