Rao was forced to build a jetty by the fishing community in Okha

Khambhaliya Dt 23: Devbhoomi Dwarka district has registered another crime under the Land Grabbing Act. Circle Ins. Has lodged a formal complaint at the Okha police station after revealing details of illegal construction of the jetty by the fishing community.

Ishaq Sangar and Dawood Abdul Chavda, presidents of Sagar Fishing Cooperative Society in Okha, Devbhoomi Dwarka, have been booked under the Land Grabbing Act for encroaching on government land and public roads.

According to the available details of the crime, which was registered late at night at Okhamarin police station, Okhamandal's in-charge Circle Ins. R.K. Vasava has lodged the complaint in which he said that Sagarkhedu Fisherman Assoc. By the President of Sagar Fishing Cooperative Society etc. from the details of digestion of government space by Circle Ins. Arrived at the place Punchnama.

The above complaint has been lodged after it was noticed that the pressure was exerted by the Sagar Cooperative Fishing Society after they saw that the construction was done at a height of 200 feet at this place and the walls were made of 50-60 feet long gajia stone. Police have registered offenses under Section 4 (3) of the Land Grabbing Act.

Under the guidance of District Police Chief Sunil Joshi and under the leadership of DYSP Hirendra Chaudhary, Okha PSI Mundhwa is conducting an investigation. Devbhoomi Dwarka district has registered another crime under this act last night after a previous case of land grabbing was registered in Bhanvad.