Villagers object land for Aasha Dham

Villagers object land for Aasha Dham

The land allotted for Old Age Home by the local NGO Aasha dham once again faced trouble when residents of Chota Hawala Village protested the construction of a boundary wall and forced the laborers to stop their work.

Around 2.5 Hectares land is allotted to Aasha Dham by UIT under the directions of Rajasthan Government.

 

Villagers object land for Aasha Dham

The land allotted for Old Age Home by the local NGO Aasha dham once again faced trouble when residents of Chota Hawala Village protested the construction of a boundary wall and forced the laborers to stop their work.

Around 2.5 Hectares land is allotted to Aasha Dham by UIT under the directions of Rajasthan Government.

Aasha Dham has already paid Rs.32 lac to UIT and started constructing the boundary wall, but a group of villagers including Sarpanch Prabhulal Thakur objected on construction and claimed the land should be their property for construction of community hall and cemetery.

The work was retrieved after police intervention, UIT Patwari also reached there to tackle the situation.

Sister Damian, founder of Aasha Dham said that before constructing boundary wall, they already left 10000sq.ft land for the villagers.

Aasha Dham is home for more than 150 old and destitute and is presently situated near Mulla Talai area.

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