Displaced Families of East Pakistan and Burma Settled at Sunabeda to Get Permanent Title, Land Ownership

Bhubaneswar: In a significant development, the Odisha Cabinet led by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Thursday accorded approval for the allotment of 515 eligible displaced families of East Pakistan and Burma with DP tenements free of cost up to four tenements per family.

These displaced families from East Pakistan and Burma repatriates have settled in Sunabeda municipality in Odisha’s Koraput district since 1964. They will have permanent title and ownership over the land and the existing structure exists over such land.

The Cabinet also waved off a total amount of Rs.5,11,94,700 out of which Rs. 8,65,200 towards the loan amount of 206 families Rs.5,03,29,500 towards the market value of 1,64,000 square feet of land, as per an official release.

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