DCO assures VC of protecting SU land from encroachment
HYDERABAD, Aug 11: The Jamshoro district administration has assured the
Sindh University authorities of protecting its land and taking action against
mafia involved in encroachment of property in Sonwalhar and Khanpur Jagir
The administration guaranteed support to security staff and
patrolling party while deploying police force at the encroached area to monitor
and stop further encroachment.
This assurance was given by the DCO
Jamshoro Mohammad Khawar Jameel at a meeting presided over by the University's
Vice Chancellor Mazharul Haq Siddiqui, on Friday.
The meeting discussed
encroachment and ways to remove it. The VC said the matter had already been
brought to the notice of district administration with the Sindh Governor also
apprised of the situation.
Sindh Governor passed orders for the removal
of encroachment but action was yet to be taken by district administration. He
said not only encroachment remained but land mafia had been spreading its wings
by attacking and lodging false FIRs against university officials. The university
officials claimed the record showing land in Sonwalhar and Khanpur Dehs
belonging to it while Sanads in possession of encroachers had been declared fake
and illegal by senior member of the Board of Revenue Sindh.
Estate informed the area police was not taking action against encroachers rather
releasing accused on the spot.
EDO Revenue Jamshoro informed the meeting
that the land belonged to university and not to any other individual.
DCO Jamshoro assured full cooperation and directed police to deploy its force in
Sonwalhar Deh land and refrain from registering false FIRs against university
He said a meeting at the DIG level will be convened soon to
take action for removal of encroachments.
The meeting was attended by the
EDO Revenue Ghulam Akbar Leghari, Registrar Mohammad Saleh Rajar, Director
Estate Mohammad Usman Mangi, the TPO Abdul Majeed Rind, the SP Investigation
Ghulam Hussain Mastoi, Security Officer Ghulam Nabi Kaka and others.
Delegation meets VC
A three-member delegation of
scholars led by Dr Sarfaraz Naeemi, Nazim-e-Aala Tanzeemul Madaris Ahl-e-Sunnat
met the Vice Chancellor Sindh University Mazharul Haq Siddiqui, here on
The delegation included Allama Ghulam Mohammad Sialvi, Nazim
Imtihanat of Tanzeemul Madaris and MNA Dr Sahibzada Abul Khair Mohammad
The delegation briefed the VC of educational and religious
services rendered by Tanzeemul Madaris. Dr Sarfraz Naeemi informed that
Tanzeemul Madaris was looking after its Madaris located in four provinces. He
requested that the university grant affiliation to Madaris affiliated with the
The VC while welcoming the delegation informed them
about procedure of affiliation and verification of documents. He further
informed the delegation that there was a procedure approved by the statutory
bodies of the university. Dawn