| Srinagar |
October 20, 2020 2:29:34 am
The Jammu and Kashmir administration has locked one of many two properties allotted to Kashmir Instances in Srinagar.
Anuradha Bhasin, govt editor of the newspaper, one of many oldest in J&Ok, was evicted from her official residence in Jammu two months in the past.
Bhasin had earlier filed a petition in Supreme Courtroom towards the communication blackout after abrogation of J&Ok’s particular standing final August in search of path to the Centre for speedy rest on communication blackout within the Valley.
“At this time, Estates Deptt locked our workplace with none due means of cancellation and eviction, identical manner as I used to be evicted from a flat in Jammu the place my belongings together with valuables have been handed over to ‘new allottee’…No due course of adopted…” Bhasin tweeted, sharing an image of Estates officers locking at Kashmir Instances workplace at Srinagar’s Mushtaq Memorial Press Enclave.
Estates officers stated they solely “took possession” of a home allotted to the newspaper’s late founder Ved Bhasin.
“They’ve been allotted two buildings — one is workplace and the opposite was allotted as a residence to Ved Bhasin sahib,” Deputy Director, Estates, Mohammad Aslam informed The Indian Express. “Since Bhasin-sahib died some years in the past, we issued them notices to vacate the home. They themselves handed over the constructing to us and at the moment our officers went to take possession.”
Bhasin, nevertheless, questioned the veracity of the official model. “We have now not acquired any order or any discover,” she stated.
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