BATALA: An eighty-12 months-previous adopted daughter of independence fighter Gian Chand Gandhi, considered to be an affiliate of Mahatama Gandhi and Bhagat Singh, today threatened to return a gifted land to the Centre, claiming the federal government experienced “failed” to provide its possession to her.
The Centre had gifted her father a piece of land in recognition of his contribution to the liberty movement, explained Kamlesh Gandhi, Gian Chand’s daughter.
The Union government experienced gifted a plot of 100 kanal to flexibility fighter Gian Chand Gandhi adjoining to the plot of Shaheed Bhagat Singh at Bir Peerawali village close by Hisar in Haryana (then joint Punjab) in 1955.
Nevertheless, the plot is below possession of some farmers considering that then, she claimed.
Born in this industrial town in 1917, Gian Chand Gandhi joined the freedom struggle in Lahore with Mahatama Gandhi and groundbreaking Bhagat Singh and other folks.
Kamlesh mentioned her father went from pillar to publish to get the plot vacated from the existing proprietor, but all in vain.
The then district collector of Hisar had made a sale deed of the plot in the favour of Kamlesh Gandhi even though acquiring a earnings of of Rs seventeen,412 and 50 paisa in 1987 but her agriculture tenant captured her land illegally, she alleged.
Gian Chandhi was resident of this town and shifted to Hisar when the Central federal government allotted the plot in 1955 following Independence. He died in 1962 and given that then his only surviving daughter Kamlesh had been struggling to get the plot for the previous 60 many years.
Presently, she is dwelling in an old age residence in Batala for the final 4 many years.
Kamlesh mentioned that she would quickly satisfy the President and the Key Minister to inform them her tale of woe.
“If she failed to satisfy them then she would hand in excess of the sale deed of the gifted plot to the Central authorities,” she additional.