The Ministry of Urban Development and land – MUDL has cleared 63 jeribs (12 hectares) of state-owned land in Kabul city. Out of total, 62 jeribs of land is cleared up in Shash Darak, Dehmazang, Karta Chahar, Tapa-e-Maranjan and Chaman Hozory areas for the purpose of State Properties certification and the remaining in along sides of Kabul River in Pul-e Khishty area. Furthermore, the land has been cleared up on the basis verdict no. 75 and 3251 of the Office of Chief Staff of the President suggested by the Ministry of Urban Development and Land.


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