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33.50 acres of Government land property forcibly occupied by the private institutions at AMC areas: Government to take strong steps for tackling the situation

AGARTALA, March 11 (TIWN): Approximately 33.50 acres of Government’s land property were forcibly occupied by private Institutions at AMC areas in Tripura. Near about 1447 persons had occupied the above mentioned land property. Besides that 15 private institutions had been entitled the lease land of the Government.

 The data of the lease land were given below:

Name of the Institution

Quantity of land

Time allotted for lease

G.P.T  Health Care Private Ltd, West Tripura

4.20 acre

99 years

Ramakrishna Seva Ashram, Kamalghat, West Tripura

0.56 acre


30 years


NabaPrantik , Amtali, West Tripura      

1.15 acre

99 years

Association of Surgeon, Agartala, West Tripura

0.04 acre


99 years

Ramakrishna Ashram, Udaipur, Gomati District

0.267 acre


99 years

Ramakrishna Sarada Ashram, Belonia, South Tripura


2.80 acre

30 years

Ramakrishna Seva sadan, Jolaibari,

Indian Red Cross Society, North Tripura

4.86 acre

0.10 acre                                      

30 years

25 years

Techno IndiA Group (Kolkata), Dukli ,

19.61 acre

70 years

Brick filon, Gandacherra, Dhalai district

5.47 acre


10 years

Ramakrishna Seva Sadan Ashram, Dhalai District

0.15 acre

99 years

Missionaries of Charity, Kumarghat, Unakoti district

57.22 acres

50 years

Maheshpur Tea Estate, North Tripura


25 years

Tripura Government Employees Organization, West Tripura

0.030 acres

30 years

RamDurlabhpur Private Tea Estate, North Tripura

500.00 acres

99 years












Though Government and AMC, had earlier notice the illegal authorities to get rid of this places, but they turned a deaf ear to the plea. Getting fed up of this, recently AMC had started eviction drive. Task Force of Agartala Municipal Corporation (AMC) and Tripura Police jointly staged an eviction drive at Kaman Chowmuhani, Melarmath, Paradise Chowmuhani and Post Office Chowmuhani. During the eviction drive around 200 roadside hawkers were evicted. According to an AMC Task Force officer, despite several prior notices, the hawkers continued to sell products on roadsides by capturing footpaths illegally. Earlier, many such eviction drives were conducted in the same area. But paying no attention, the shop owners had been continuing to sell products on roadsides illegally.

The AMC Task Force officer also told that the ongoing evacuation mission will continue everyday in other parts also. Though no chaos took place over the issue but the traders raised question as where they would go. We are doing business for the last 5 years now the AMC is giving us a kind of notice, a shop owner said. In order to tackle any untoward situation, State Police and TSR were put to service into the area. In the coming days mission will continue, said Mayor of Agartala Municipal Corporation Dr Prafullajit Sinha. Earlier, the AMC staged many eviction drives in the capital city including Battala, Paradise Chowmohani, Kaman Chowmuhani and other places. During such drives, a vast number of roadside hawkers and illegally occupied shops were evicted in a recent past.

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