The body was cremated after the Marghat. had been measured

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The garden owner had lived in Marghat’s land for 35 years
Lakhimpur Kheri. Marghat’s land in the city of Kheri was occupied by a few people for 35 years, including an orchard owner, forcing the town’s residents to perform the final rites on Sunday. Due to the dispute between two different communities, the Tehsil administration immediately took notice and, with strong police force, had the Marghat and garden measured, in which about two Bighas Marghat-Land came out on the spot. About a bigha land had come out on the road. The Tehsil government made the demarcation of Marghat’s land by erecting pillars, after which the body was cremated.
Raju’s 24-year-old son Rampal, a resident of Mohalla Haniya Tola in the city of Kheri, died suddenly on Saturday. In order to perform the final rites of the body on Sunday morning, local residents informed officials that some people had occupied Marghat land in a garden on Paharapur Street and that there was a cemetery nearby. Local residents talked about performing the final rites of the corpse after the land was surveyed by Marghat. Hundreds of Mohalla residents gathered in Marghat. Even before that, about two months ago, there was a dispute over the land of Marghat. Due to the renewed gathering of people in Marghat, the Tehsil administration, feeling the urgency of the place, SDM Sadar sent Dr. Lekhpal and Kanungo had the Marghat and the cemetery in the garden measured. The Marghat and the cemetery were separated from the garden and the boundaries of both were marked. After that, the residents of the village buried the body and performed the final rites. On this occasion the security forces including Nagar Panchayat President Pati Ram Bahadur, Ashwani Sharma, Roshanlal, Sardar, Deepak, BJP Mandal President Vijay Kumar, Rajendra Pathak were present.
Some people had occupied the land of Marghat, whose quarrel had been going on for a long time. A complaint was received about the interference of a garden owner in Marghat land. Therefore, a team led by Naib Tehsildar was sent on site. Police were dispatched to take precautions. According to the records, the Marghat land and cemetery were marked after the land was surveyed so that there would be no quarrel in the future.
– Dr. Arun Kumar Singh, SDM Sadar

The garden owner had lived in Marghat’s land for 35 years

Lakhimpur Kheri. Marghat’s land in the city of Kheri was occupied by a few people for 35 years, including an orchard owner, forcing the town’s residents to perform the final rites on Sunday. Due to the dispute between two different communities, the Tehsil administration immediately took notice and, with strong police force, had the Marghat and garden measured, in which about two Bighas Marghat-Land came out on the spot. About a bigha land had come out on the road. The Tehsil government made the demarcation of Marghat’s land by erecting pillars, after which the body was cremated.

Raju’s 24-year-old son Rampal, a resident of Mohalla Haniya Tola in the city of Kheri, died suddenly on Saturday. In order to perform the final rites of the body on Sunday morning, local residents informed officials that some people had occupied Marghat land in a garden on Paharapur Street and that there was a cemetery nearby. Local residents talked about performing the final rites of the corpse after the land was surveyed by Marghat. Hundreds of Mohalla residents gathered in Marghat. Even before that, about two months ago, there was a dispute over the land of Marghat. Due to the renewed gathering of people in Marghat, the Tehsil administration, feeling the urgency of the place, SDM Sadar sent Dr. Lekhpal and Kanungo had the Marghat and the cemetery in the garden measured. The Marghat and the cemetery were separated from the garden and the boundaries of both were marked. After that, the residents of the village buried the body and performed the final rites. On this occasion the security forces including Nagar Panchayat President Pati Ram Bahadur, Ashwani Sharma, Roshanlal, Sardar, Deepak, BJP Mandal President Vijay Kumar, Rajendra Pathak were present.

Some people had occupied the land of Marghat, whose quarrel had been going on for a long time. A complaint was received about the interference of a garden owner in Marghat land. Therefore, a team led by Naib Tehsildar was sent on site. Police were dispatched to take precautions. According to the records, the Marghat land and cemetery were marked after the land was surveyed so that there would be no quarrel in the future.

– Dr. Arun Kumar Singh, SDM Sadar

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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