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February 5, 2023 11:33 pm

Sonmarg Hotels Likely To Face Bulldozers

File photo of Sonamarg hotels

Admin Issues List Of 28 Hotels Raised On State, Kahcharai Land

Srinagar- As the ongoing anti-encroachment drive is being further accelerated in the Union Territory, the Jammu and Kashmir administration on Sunday issued a list of hotels illegally raised in the picturesque hill station of Sonmarg in Central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district.

According to an official, 28 hotels have been found illegally constructed in the tourist resorts of Sonmarg and Gagangeer on state and Kahcharai land along the Srinagar-Ladakh highway. Among these hotels, a few fall in the 3 and 4 star category and are located not too far from the banks of Sindh nallah.

The official, according to a local news agency KNO said that action will be taken against all these “land grabbers” as per law of the land. He added that the higher authorities have already issued directions in this regard.

As per the official, the hotels raised on government land include, Hotel Shahi Jahan, Hotel Snow King, Hotel Tramboo, Hotel Country Inn, Hotel Khohinoor, Hotel Sheen, Hotel Vista, Hotel Namroze ,Hotel Thajiwas Glacier, Sindh Resorts, Hotel Snowland, Hotel Palace, Hotel Tranquil Retreat, Hotel Mountain View, Hotel Imperial, Hotel Burzaman, Hotel Dream Land, Hotel Snowland, Snow Hail, Hotel Sonamarg Inn, Hotel Salman, Hotel Relax Inn, Hotel Zum Zum, Hotel Snow Hearts, Hotel Neel Gagan, Hotel Al Bahar, Hotel Himalayan Resorts and Hotel Sunshine.

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