Navi Mumbai: Salt landowners have been on trial for 50 years

In Raigad province, Navi Mumbai was found in 1973 by independent landowners in Urania, Panvel, Aliaga, and Pen farm who ran for bulls in search of their salt fields.

NAVI MUMBAI: Almost 50 years after 350 hectares of salt marshes have spread in Uranus, Panvel, Alibaug, and Pen Taluka in Raigad province, government officials found

“The builders have illegally treated these salt flats with the state tax office following RTI documents and court orders,” said RTI opponent Rajeev Mishra. Although Dr. Cidco Dr. Sanjay Mukherjee did not respond to TOI calls and text messages, PRO Priya Ratambe confirmed that she would approve the requests.

Former sites in Sir Mohammed Yusuf’s trust in Mumbai, Khan Bahadur Hormasji Maneckji Bhiwandiwala (KBHMB) in Mumbai, Jama Masjid’s trust in Uranus and Sarvodaya’s trust in Uranus, and the Bhaiji and Tungekari families.

Quarries are arguably the biggest problem with this soil

In Raigad province, Navi Mumbai was found in 1973 by independent landowners in Urania, Panvel, Alibaugi, and Pen farm who ran for bulls in search of their salt fields.

These salt mines have been with us for over three centuries,” said Alim Bhaiji.

(53) The Bajaj family is studying Uranus.

Bhaiji told the TOI that part of Iran’s salt shells could not be paid to private companies and oil storage facilities. He added: “The 2002 and 2016 Supreme Court elections and the decisions of the higher and lower courts were in our interests, not the tax authorities who are afraid of exposure.” Bhaiji.

Khan Bahadur Hormasji Maneckji Bhiwandiwala (KBHMB) – The Mumbai delegation said: Every time we go to court, the management does not take the builders to solve the problem. Deposit and submission of false documents belonging to them.

Sir Mohammed Yusuf, a Mumbai trustee, was present at the speech. The Tungekari family and Jama Masjid’s trustee – the trustees did not answer their phones or text messages, but Sarvodaya’s – Urine’s requests were not answered.

Career technician Bhausaheb Andhare said; “The problems with growing salt trees are complex and there are many lawsuits. One lawyer has already been given land. The complainant has to come to us with the documents and the court.

Vivek Partake, a researcher at the Panar Harland Research Center in Kolarkar province, said: a forest. We’re just doing research. “

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