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Due cognizance will be taken: Jitendra on Jamiat Ahle Hadees land issue

Press Trust of India  |  Jammu 

said today due cognizance would be taken by the Centre about a proposal for grant of land to Ahle Hadees in

"Due cognizance will be taken whatever comes to light. I am sure the government has already taken cognizance of it as I am not directly dealing with it," Singh told reporters here today.

The said he felt the would have taken cognizance of it, if there is any pitfall. He was replying to a question that the Mehbooba Mufti government, BJP's alliance partner, was in the process of granting a huge plot of land to Ahle Hadees.

The Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, has written a letter to Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar, to furnish his report with comments with regard to allotment of land for Eidgah to Ahle Hadees outfit.

The of in J&K had approached the chief with a representation reqesting allotment of land for Eidgah on permanent basis at proposed sites at Allochibagh, behind court complex Mooninabad and Diary farm near crossing in city, the letter said.

A proposal of this organisation to setup a university was grounded by the Congress-NC government after the bill was sent to a select committee in 2010 session.

Singh also said as far as the was concerned, it was following a policy of zero tolerance towards terrorism.

To a question about two youths being lynched in Jharkhand, he said law will take own course. "BJP does not condone crime anywhere whosoever be the person committing it," he added.

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First Published: Thu, June 14 2018. 21:55 IST