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    By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter,

    Guwahati: Hundreds bid tearful adieu to Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) of Assam’s Sonitpur district Gulzar Hussain on Wednesday at his hometown. If the 21 gun salute brought more tears to the family, friends and relatives of the 37 year old dynamic police office, the state police promised not to let go his sacrifice waste.

    The NDFB (S) militants had ambushed the police patrol led by Gulzar Hussain at Thalola centre-Laodangi of Batasipur area under Dhekiajuli police station on Tuesday morning. Curfew had been imposed in Dhekiajuli area from 6 pm to 6 am following massive protests against the NDFB-S and killing of the ASP.



    Locals throng in front of Dhekiajuli police station after the killing of ASP of Sonitpur Gulzar Hussain.

    “It was around 8 am when three militants hiding near a school fired at the team killing two persons, including ASP Hussain", Police said.

    The ASP sitting in the front seat of his vehicle was hit by bullets on his head and leg. He was rushed to Army's 151 base hospital at Tezpur where the doctors declared him brought dead.

    The place of ambush, over 200 km from the state capital, is about 60 km from district headquarters Tezpur and 20 km from Dhekiajuli police station near the Arunachal Pradesh border.

    The five injured policemen admitted to Kanaklata Civil Hospital in Tezpur were identified as Umakanta Bailong (38), Rubul Borah (26), Dhiraj Bharali (38), Janak Basumatary and Pinku Borah (25).

    Meanwhile, it was tearful tale as Hussain who was believed to be one of the honest and dedicated officer had left behind a 15 day old son and his wife besides the aging parents when outlawed members of National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songbijit Faction) launched an attack on his team while coming back from an operation at Dhekiajuli in the morning hours of Tuesday.

    Along with Hussain, another police informer was also killed and five police sustained injuries when their vehicles were attacked by militant bullets.

    “Though I hoped that my Janaza (prayer of last rites) would be performed by my son but Allah had something else planned for me. I feel proud to do the same for my son. I also take pride that he has died for the cause of the people,” said Samsuddin Hafiz, father of the slain officer, after performing the Janaza on Wednesday as hundred others barring all religion and caste joined to pay their last respect at Bihpuria in Lakhimpur district.

    Gulzar who joined the state police department in 2003 after a brilliant academic career with masters degree in Zoology from Dibrugarh University hailed from a very humble background. “He was a very brilliant student throughout his student days. We were absolutely proud of him for what he has done. He was also very much eager to serve the police department with passion but it was cut short unfortunately,” said Kabindra Hazarika, one of his teachers from school with tearful eyes.

    The scene at his home, however, was inconsolable with his wife Rousan Ara Begum lost her consciousness, finding it extremely difficult to deal with the reality. One would get more emotion seeing the couple 15 day old baby besides their three year old girl who were just not aware of the fact that their beloved father was not anymore in the world.

    “It is extremely difficult to make his wife understand as she wept along his body throughout the night. Gulzar who recently came to his home could not see his baby anymore. I hope that such a situation do not reoccur in anybody’s life. It’s a tragedy that will linger in our heart for a longer period of time,” a relative said.



    The locals and well wishers carry the body of ASP of Sonitpur Gulzar Hussain for the last rites at his hometown on Wednesday.

    This attack on the police has also witness state wide protest from various organizations and political parties. The locals also thronged the Dhekiajuli police station to express their displeasure and seeking punishment for the culprits. “This is the supreme failure of the state government and the home department. It’s an unfortunate incident for the people of the state to witness the death of a dynamic police office like this at an young age. We condemn the incident and demand that the strict action against the culprits,” said Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national vice president and Guwahati MP Bijoya Chakraborty.

    His colleagues and other officials of the state police department have vowed to pay respect to the department with stricter action. “We are hurt losing a dynamic office in Hussain but we will not let go his supreme sacrifice in waste. We have already started our mission in a stricter way,” said Sonitpur Superintendent of Police Sanjukta Parashar after paying her last tribute.

    However, many seems to be unhappy at the comment of the state chief minister Tarun Gogoi who had said that he had to be dead because Hussain did not use protection head gear and bullet proof jacket.


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    By IANS,

    Riyadh : An Indian family in Saudi Arabia, which could not return to India during the amnesty period granted by the country's authorities to illegal expatriates last year, has finally been repatriated.

    Members of Zahid Hussain’s family, hailing from India's Maharashtra state, have been deported and have reached home, the Arab News reported Wednesday.

    Zahid, however, was not deported as he holds a valid iqama or identity card issued to expatriates in the country.

    The family wanted to return home during the grace period but could not as a woman in the family was pregnant.

    International civil aviation rules prevent pregnant women from undertaking long
    journeys.

    "I didn't know whether I will be released or deported, but my family is back in India and that is what I have been seeking for a long time," the report quoted Zahid as saying.

    Zahid thanked the Indian consulate in Jeddah and the Saudi passport department for their humanitarian approach and considering their case even after the expiry of the grace period.

    The family was lodged at the Shumaisy deportation centre in Jeddah before the deportation and Zahid is still living at the centre.

    Following the implementation of a new labour policy in the country, Saudi authorities granted a seven-month grace period last year for illegal expatriates to either rectify their residency status or leave the country.

    The new Nitaqat or Saudisation policy in that Gulf nation makes it mandatory for all Saudi companies to reserve 10 percent of jobs for Saudi nationals.


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    By TCN News,

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamath staged a massive Jail Bharo across the state pressing to implement 10 per cent reservation for Muslims in Central and 7 % State government in education and employment sectors.

    TNTJ had called for Jail filling protest however as the crowd turned to be huge police dropped the plan of arresting the Muslims as they didn't have enough vehicles or place to accommodate protestors in prison.



    Protests were held at Chennai, Coimbatore ,Tiruchi , Tirunelveli, Pondichery , Karaikkal and Mumbai.

    Jamath's President Moulavi P.Zainul Abedeen headed the protest at Chennai and delivered a clear message to state and central government "Grant reservation else lose our votes". He also said we sill support party who gives us reservation as per Justice Ranganath Misra report.



    The Same message was proclaimed by all other leaders who headed demonstration from Coimbatore, Tiruchi , Tirunelveli, Pondicherry , Karaikkal and Mumbai.

    State general Secretary Moulavi Rahamatullah led the massive demonstration at Coimbatore. He thanked all Muslim Jamaths and organisation for their overwhelming support.



    Moulavi Fakeer Mohammed Althafi led the protest at Trichy, The Protest spot was the same where Narendra Modi's started his election campaign in Tamil Nadu. The crowd was double than the crowd turned for the prime ministerial candidate of a national party.

    In Tirunelveli, people were queued up for more than 4 kms and also Muslims from neighbour state kerala joined the protest. TNTJ's chair person Moulavi Shamsul Luha delivered a speech and demanded the government to pass the reservation. Elementary school association has announced holiday at tirunelveli and shops at town remained shut.



    Lakhs of Muslims Including men, women, children's, and even handicapped across the state participated in the protest and raised slogans demanding reservation.



    TNTJ General body meeting will be on 23rd February to decide its final lok shaba election stand and it will support ruling ADMK and congress only if parties keep up their earlier promise and implement reservation as per commission reports tabled.


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    By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter,

    New Delhi: A local doctor from Delhi’s North-East district Dr Faheem Beg was ushered out of the Vigyan Bhavan after he stood up and told the Prime Minister that instead of starting new schemes, UPA government should first implement earlier programmes on the ground.

    As police rushed towards him, UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi was seen directing the police to not arrest him. Both she and PM Manmohan Singh requested the Minority Affair Minister K Rehman Khan to listen to his concerns.



    Dr Faheem Beg

    Outside the Vigyan Bhavan he told media persons that through RTIs he has gathered that none of the scheme meant for minorities under PM’s 15 points programs are implemented on ground in his district. North East district is the only minority concentrated district in Delhi.

    Both the PM and UPA Chairperson were at the Vigyan Bhavan on Wednesday to inaugurate the National Waqf Development Corporation (NAWADCO).


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    By TCN News,

    Kishanganj: The Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University, Lt. Gen. (Retd.) Zameer Uddin Shah today said that an invitation letter was sent to Shri Nitish Kumar, Chief Minister of Bihar along with the Governor of Bihar, Dr. D. Y. Patil. He said that Shri Kumar has been requested again to grace the foundation laying ceremony of AMU Kishanganj Centre on January 30.

    Addressing a press conference at the Boys Hostel of AMU Kishanganj Centre, Lt. Gen. Zameer Uddin Shah made it clear that the AMU Kishanganj Centre cannot be run without the active cooperation of the Government of Bihar. He pointed out that Shri Nitish Kumar has been very generous to this centre from very beginning and his government has provided the required land in Chakla village for the establishment of the centre.

    He said that it has also provided two hostels of Department of Minority Welfare to conduct classes of the centre. He hoped that Bihar government will also provide all help and assistance in developing this centre into an important centre of higher education as the Kerala and West Bengal governments have extended support in establishing such centres in Malappuram and Murshidabad.

    Gen. Shah said that he plans to start a new course in every session at this centre. He observed that it was imperative to launch professional courses at this centre so that the youth of this region get employment based education. He said that he will try to establish a Polytechnic in Kishanganj Centre as soon as possible.

    The Vice Chancellor said that Mrs. Sonia Gandhi, Chairperson, United Progressive Alliance will lay the foundation stone of the Kishanganj Centre on January 30.

    The Vice Chancellor visited the venue of the ceremony and expressed satisfaction on ongoing preparations. He also interacted with the local people and appreciated the enthusiasm found amongst the common people. He said that the alumni of AMU residing in this area were extending their full support and assistance in the preparations. Kishanganj District Magistrate also reviewed the preparations for foundation stone laying ceremony.

    Lt. Gen. Shah said that the Government of India has allocated a fund of Rs. 135 Crore and construction work will commence as soon as the allocated fund is released.

    The Coordinator of AMU Centres, Prof. Jawaid Akhtar, OSD, Kishanganj Centre, Dr. Rashid Nehal and AMU’s Public Relations Officer, Dr. Rahat Abrar was present in the press conference.


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    By IANS,

    Patna : Daman police Wednesday took a ten-day transit remand of three people arrested for their alleged role in the abduction of a Gujarat-based businessman, an officer here said.

    Last week, Daman police had submitted a petition in a court seeking remand of three people -- Ram Prakash Shukla, Sabal Kishore Singh and Ravish Kumar -- arrested by Bihar Police's Criminal Investigation Department (CID).

    The police wanted their custody to interrogate them face to face with main accused Ranjit Singh, native of Bihar's Saran district, currently lodged in a jail in Daman.

    According to police officials, Surat-based textiles businessman, Sohel Hingora (21) was abducted Oct 29 from near his industrial unit at Dharampur village in Daman and was taken to Bihar, where he was kept in Saran and Patna districts by his armed captors.

    Hanif Hingora, father of the abducted man, alleged that a Janata Dal-United leader, some police officers and a professional gang from Bihar were involved in the crime.

    Sohel Hingora was released Nov 30 after the Rs.25 crore ransom was paid.

    The CID is probing the suspected role of the JD-U leader if any in the sensational abduction of the businessman.

    A first information report was lodged against Ranjit Singh, his three brothers and father, Nagmani Singh, following a directive from the police headquarters last month.

    Soon after the case came into the limelight, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar asked Director General of Police Abhayanand to probe the alleged role of the JD-U leader, whose identity is being withheld by officials.

    Nitish Kumar Friday said the government will not spare any one, howsoever powerful and influential they may be, if found guilty of involvement in this case.


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    By IANS,

    New Delhi : Declining his bail plea for now, the Supreme Court Wednesday directed medical examination of 2008 Bangalore blasts accused Abdul Nazir Maudany to ascertain if he requires medical supervision till his eye surgery is done.

    Ordering that Maudany be examined by Bangalore's Manipal Hospital in a week's time, the apex court bench of Justice H.L. Gokhale and Justice Kurian Joseph said that depending on the outcome of his medical examination, he will be shifted to the hospital.

    Maudany is diagnosed with highly fluctuating and uncontrolled diabetes which was the cause of the rapidly deteriorating condition of his eyes.

    Besides he suffers from hypertension, stable coronary artery disease (heart disease) and benign prostatic hypertrophy (enlargement of the prostate gland), amongst a myriad of other illnesses.

    The court said that authorities would ensure that he gets the required food both in jail and the hospital, adding that Maudany's wife and other close relatives would be allowed to visit him in the hospital.

    The court said the Karnataka government would bear the expenses of Maudany's hospitalisation and treatment as he was in their custody.

    Earlier appearing for Maudany, counsel Prashant Bhushan told the court that his client was in custody for nearly three-and-half years. Earlier also, he was incarcerated for nine years in the Coimbatore blast case in which he was acquitted later.

    Pleading that Maudany be granted two to three months' interim bail so that he could stay at home and get proper care, food and medical treatment, Bhushan told the court that Maudany has not been convicted for any offence so far.

    He said the only charge against him is that he attended a meeting where an alleged conspiracy was hatched.

    The court was told that Maudany could not escape or flee as he suffers from multiple ailments -- he is confined to a wheel chair and has one leg amputated.

    Bhushan told the court that in the last hearing of the matter, the Kerala government had said that while in Kerala, Maudany would be provided with security cover.

    However, Bhushan's plea for an interim bail of two to three months was vehemently opposed by senior counsel Raju Ramachandran who appeared for Karnataka government.

    Describing Maudany as "mastermind", Ramachandran said that conspiracy and instigation were far more serious offences.

    He told the court that considering the nature of his offence, Maudany has been repeatedly denied bail.

    Having directed the treatment of Maudany, the court directed the listing of the matter March 26 next.


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    By TCN News,

    New Delhi: Earlier today, a local doctor from Delhi’s North-East district Dr Faheem Beg was ushered out of the Vigyan Bhavan after he stood up and told the Prime Minister that instead of starting new schemes, UPA government should first implement earlier programmes on the ground. Both the PM and UPA Chairperson were at the Vigyan Bhavan to inaugurate the National Waqf Development Corporation (NAWADCO).

    Dr. Beg was soon gagged by policemen and forcibly taken out of the auditorium.



    Presient of Zakat Foundation, Dr. Syed Zafar Mahmood has reacted strongly to this episode and said that gagging of Dr. Beg is an insult to the Muslim community. “We strongly condemn this anti-Muslim aggression of the Govt and we consider this as an insult of the Muslim community of India,” he said in a statement to TCN.

    Dr. Mahmood who was the OSD to the Sachar Committee welcomed the establishment of National Waqf Development Corporation. He termed it as “a good step for enhancing the waqf revenue and Mr K Rahman Khan deserves praise. “

    But he questioned timing of the announcement,” it is not understood why the Central Govt took seven long years in implementing this simple recommendation of Sachar Committee. Apart from this and the recent amendment of Waqf law, the Govt has not implemented any other important recommendation of Sachar Committee which is likely to have far reaching positive impact for amelioration of the low status of Muslims in every field.Like, de-reservation of parliamentary and assembly constituencies which have high Muslim percentages but low SC visibility. Instead, as per Sachar report, those constituencies should be reserved which have high SC percentage and low Muslim presence. No action has been taken by the Govt on this recommendation in seven years.”

    Dr. Mahmood also took the government to task for not instituting Alternative Admission Criteria in colleges & universities. According to Sachar the critieria should be 60% based on academic merit and 40% on backwardness.


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    By IANS,

    Guwahati : At least 10 people were killed and eight others injured when assailants fired indiscriminately at a village in Assam Wednesday evening, police said.

    Three other people reportedly went missing after the firing near the Behali reserve forest in Sonitpur district, police said.

    Home Commissioner G.D. Tripathy confirmed the incident and said police have rushed to the area bordering Arunachal Pradesh.

    "The victims said a group of attackers came from Arunachal Pradesh and started firing at them," police said.

    Police said they were yet to ascertain the identity of the attackers and the reason behind the attack.

    Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, who is in New Delhi, called up the police chief and chief secretary over the incident and instructed them to rush additional forces to the area.

    Officials say border dispute between the two states - Assam and Arunachal Pradesh - seems to be one of the main reasons behind such clashes. The area has witnessed several clashes in the past involving people from both sides who stake claim over the land under Behali reserve forest.

    Earlier this month, the Assam forest department had evicted a few families from Arunachal Pradesh and demolished a camp of the Arunachal forest department. On Jan 10, unidentified attackers fired at a camp of the Assam forest department inside the reserve forest and injured a forest guard.


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    By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter,

    New Delhi: Call it the trickle-down effect of Aam Aadmi party (AAP), on Wednesday residents of Jamia Nagar in Delhi woke up to a dharna right opposite the Batla House bus stand. The protesters demanded construction of sewerage, road, and other basic amenities.

    Amanatullah Khan, local LJP leader, who recently contested the Assembly elections also, sat on dharna from morning 9 AM till evening along with his supporters demanding better road and sewerage.



    Right before the Assembly election Congress government had announced Rs 5 crore sewerage project and work too had begun. Many of the streets and by lanes were dug up for the work. Now that the government has changed, the work seems to have taken a retreat.



    The immediate anger of the Okhla residents’ welfare association was the half done work of sewerage of the main road leading to Okhla market, that cause over flow of drainage.





    Meanwhile, dharna on the main road, caused traffic snarl full day across Jamia campus that had mixed reactions amongst locals. While some supported the cause, many believed that they should not block the arterial road.


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    By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter,

    Guwahati: Various organizations including All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) and Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) have strongly expressed their displeasure at the candidature of Sanjay Singh, a Lok Sabha member of the Congress from Sultanpur constituency in Uttar Pradesh from Assam for Rajya Sabha election.

    They are demanding the withdrawal of Singh’s nomination alleging that Singh does not possess the necessary knowledge of Assam. “How someone like Sanjay Singh can represent the state when he does not know anything of the state and its people. We strongly condemn this act of the Congress and demand that Singh should be removed with the immediate effect,” said AASU advisor Samujjal Bhattacharyya on Wednesday.

    Meanwhile, the activists of KMSS staged protest in Hotel Nakshatra in the city where Singh was staying and demanded that his nomination should be withdrawn. Later, police removed the protestors.

    Singh, however, slammed the media for creating all this controversy. Talking to reporters he said that he has followed what his high command had asked him to do. “It’s the media which is creating all these controversy. I will do all the welfare works for the state,” Singh said.

    Political parties – AGP and BJP also criticized Congress for trying to field a outside leader in the RS. “Sanjay Sinh is a criminal. By nominating him, Congress party has shown that it is not for the indigenous people of Assam but for the outsiders and foreigners," Assam BJP President Sarbananda Sonowal told reporters here.

    The party had earlier also showed its actual character by nominating Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for many consecutive terms with a temporary address in Assam, he added.

    The Prime Minister is an MP for over two decades. If we see his contribution to the state, then it is nothing, he claimed. He also criticised Congress' decision to put its ally Bodoland Peoples Front's candidate Biswajit Daimary as the third preference, making his fate uncertain.

    Besides Singh, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Bhubaneswar Kalita is the second candidate to the Rajya Sabha.

    Biswajit Daimary, leader of the Bodoland Peoples Front (BPF) - a partner of the ruling Congress - filed his nomination papers on Monday.

    The three seats will fall vacant in April. They are currently held by state Congress president Kalita, Daimary and Birendra Prasad Baishya of the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP).

    The opposition parties, including the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF), the AGP, and the BJP decided to support a consensus candidate for one Rajya Sabha seat. Haider Hussain, former editor of vernacular daily Asomiya Pratidin, Tuesday filed his nomination papers as an Independent candidate and is likely to be supported by the opposition parties.

    The Congress has 80 legislators, its ally BPF has 12, the AIUDF has 18 and the AGP has nine legislators. The BJP has five legislators in the assembly followed by two Independents and one from Trinamool Congress.


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    By Mohd Asim Khan, IANS,

    If Rahul Gandhi is to be believed, the Congress government tried to stop the anti-Sikh riots of 1984 that left hundreds dead in just three days in Delhi. This is the first time anyone has made this remarkable claim.

    But if this is indeed true, the victims who deposed against Congress leaders and Gandhi family loyalists like Sajjan Kumar, Jagdish Tytler and H.K.L. Bhagat must have seen the ghosts of these leaders instigating mobs against the Sikhs.

    Gandhi's startling revelation about 1984 came in a television interview where he went all guns blazing against the Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.

    Whenever a Congress leader is asked why the party should be voted back to power despite rampant corruption, unchecked price rise and widening economic disparity, issues that concern the common man, the instant retort is that people should not elect the "butcher of Naroda Patiya".

    That's what the Congress vice president repeated for the nth time -- that Modi was solely responsible for the Gujarat riots of 2002.

    Clearly, as the election cauldron begins to simmer, Indian politicians have intensified their efforts at what they seem to be adept: mud-slinging and resorting to a holier-than-thou approach. Gandhi's remarks on 1984 have come just before the 27th anniversary of what has come to be known as the Hashimpura massacre.

    This happened in 1987 in Uttar Pradesh. Like Delhi in 1984, Uttar Pradesh was then governed by the Congress. And the victims this time were innocent Muslims.

    The story has been told umpteen times. Yet, I will repeat it.

    On a cold winter evening, a company of the Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) descended on the Aara Machine Wali Gali at Hashimpura in Meerut and singled out healthy young Muslim men. As dusk fell, the men were taken to the banks of the Ganga canal at Muradnagar, hardly 40 km from Delhi.

    The brutal killings there could never have become public knowledge had it not been for two survivors. One of them, Babuddin, a handloom worker from Bihar, survived the .303 barrage from PAC rifles, fired from close range.

    Vir Bahadur Singh was then the Congress chief minister of Uttar Pradesh. The party had a majority in the state assembly. The central government was led by none other than Rahul Gandhi's father, Rajiv Gandhi.

    Yet, that massacre happened. And similar killings took place elsewhere in Uttar Pradesh: Maliyana, Moradabad, Allahabad, Aligarh et al.

    There was no Narendra Modi then. And the BJP had just two seats in the Lok Sabha.

    The story is not just about police brutality or the state openly showing its bias against one community. It is about a deeper malaise in the Indian polity. Inquiries after inquiries and commissions after commissions have held the state responsible for killings of hundreds of Muslims. Did the Congress even apologise for its failure to protect innocent lives?

    And here is Rahul Gandhi, the young Congress aspirant for the country's top job who wants his party to be voted back to power simply because Modi presided over one terrible riot.

    (30.01.2014 - Mohd Asim Khan can be reached on asim.journo@gmail.com. The views expressed are personal.)


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    By Mahtab Alam,

    Travelling by road to Haryana, say from Delhi to Kaithal via Gurgaon, Jhajjar and Rohtak these past two weeks, one shouldn’t be surprised if one comes across a band of 40-50 people, marching on the left side of the road in double files with red flags and placards in their hands, which read “Inquilab-Zindabad, Mazdoor Ekta Zindabad” and “Haryana Sarkar Murdabad”. They had been marching on these roads on foot since the 15th of this month, under the banner of Maruti Suzuki Workers ‘Union (MSWU), Manesar Plant (Gurgaon). Starting from Kaithal, their march was scheduled to reach Delhi to register their protest at Jantar Mantar and submit a memorandum to the President of India, seeking his intervention into the matter.

    One wonders why, when most of North India prefers staying indoors at the mercy of closed walls or whatever they can afford, would they be marching in this chill. “We are marching for Justice,” declares Katar Singh, a member of the marching band. “We want to inform people that we have been forced on this path of struggle to demand the release of 148 workers who are languishing in jail for the past 18 months for no fault of theirs,” he explains. And what was their crime? “Our only crime”, if it’s considered a crime”, says Singh, “is to demand the formation of a Union and the regularisation of contract workers.” “Because we raised the issue of exploitative work conditions inside the factory, we have been targeted,” Singh told this writer while marching to Bhagwatipur from Lakhan Majra of Rohtak District in Haryana.



    File photo of a programme organised in solidarity with workers in New Delhi in July, 2013 attended by likes of Prashant Bhushan (in picture), Arundhati Roy, Praful Bidwai and Karamat Ali, among others.

    Katar Singh, originally from Ganghari village of district Bulandshahar, Uttar Pradesh, is in his late twenties and one of the 2300 (546 permanent and 1800 contractual) terminated workers of Maruti Suzuki, Manesar Plant, Gurgaon. He was working in the company since 12 December 2006 as a permanent employee but was terminated on 18th July 2012 without any notice or due procedure being followed. According to the International Commission for Labor Rights (ICLR), which investigated the matter in May last year and released its report, in June last year, workers fundamental rights have been grossly violated. “The management of MSIL has engaged in significant violations of law with respect to the right to freedom of association, the right to collective bargaining and the right to equal pay for equal work, protected under ILO Conventions 87, 98 and 111,” observes ICLR in its detailed report.

    Jai Bhagwan Sharma, an old man from Kothkala area of Hisar district, Haryana has been a participant of this padyatra. When asked what made him be a part of this, he replied, “A Great injustice has been to done to us by the Maruti Company and the Haryana Government. We are marching to convey the message that we will not tolerate this anymore,” 61 year old Sharma, whose son, Pradeep Kaushik is also one of the terminated workers, further adds, “Life has become difficult as there is no other source of livelihood.” He hopes that this time, their struggle would bring some fruitful result.



    In these two weeks, a member of the troop described to this writer, and the latter is a testimony to this that, “wherever our Padayatrahas gone, people have come out in full support, even arranging food and lodging for all the padayatris, despite the government using all sorts of repressive techniques.” However, on 20th of January, the padyatris could not avail of local hospitality at Kithana and Gatoli villages in Rohtak district, and had to take shelter in a temple. “Local intelligence unit and police personnel have been constantly following our trail,” added an office bearer of Maruti Suziki Workers Union.

    Short Documentary: Maruti Workers’ Pad Yatra

    Having confronted all these odds and marched about 200 kilometres, the padyatra finally reached Gurgaon on Monday and staged a big public meeting on Tuesday, where they were joined by activists, members of other trade unions as well as workers of Maruti plant in Manesar and general public. Their next stoppage would be today (30th Jan), at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), where a joint program of different organisations will be held. As the troop march and march towards Jantar Mantar, an old Hindustani song plays on the record, which is very famous amongst the struggling masses:

    Hum Mehnatkash-Mazdoor jab is duniya se jab apna hissa mangene
    Aik bagh nahi aik khet nahi Hum sari duniya mangege….

    (Mahtab Alam is a Delhi based civil rights activist and journalist. He co-edits IndiaResists.com)


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    Sonia Gandhi Ji,

    We are watching the performance of the UPA Government. This is to draw your kind attention towards only few issues, among many others.

    Today, on 30 January 2014 you are going to inaugurate the AMU Centre at Kishanganj, Bihar. We are extremely appalled to experience that the UPA government is absolutely reluctant in sanctioning positions of teaching and non-teaching staff for the upcoming Off-Campus Centres of AMU.

    The insiders of AMU do know it too well that developing the Centre at the cost of the AMU is not a very pleasant experience for the AMU. (Notwithstanding the fact that sections of AMU community and other informed people have said reasonably enough about the legalities of the Centres).

    What we feel and experience that the UPA-2 has been be-fooling us by not sanctioning enough positions of teachers and non-teaching staff for the Off-Campus Centres. Nor does it grant sufficient fund for physical development of the Campus. This amply testifies that the UPA-2 is hardly sincere in this regard.

    It seems the UPA-2 is interested merely in making announcements and to extract votes of the supposedly gullible Muslim minorities. Today morning, one Dr. Faheem Beg expressed his resentment and articulated fully well in the Vigyan Bhawan of New Delhi where you and the Prime Minister addressed a gathering from the platform of the Waqf Development Corporation. He was articulating, testifying his arguments with evidences collated by exercising the RTI Act 2005 wherein the PM’s 15 Point Programme for the Muslim minorities remain absolutely un-implemented.
    Few years ago, the then Finance Minister (now the President of India), had announced a huge package of Rs 4.50 lac crores for the Muslim communities. Nobody knows what happened to this announcement, which may have alarmed other political forces to shout more on “appeasement”. This practice of the Congress has been harming the India’s Muslim minorities since many decades.

    We expect a convincing response of yours to these concerns in Kishanganj,

    Sincerely Yours
    AMU Community


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    By Mohammad Behzad Fatmi for TwoCircles.net,

    The Turkish politics has historically remained turbulent. Until a couple of years back it was known for continuous friction between self-proclaimed guarantor of secular Turkey established by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (Turkey’s military) and any force considered against that structure of the state. This time again Turkey has raised eyebrows in the international political arena due to another conflict, though not between traditional foes but between commonly perceived allies.

    Turkey has witnessed two very significant events in the year 2013 which drew considerable global media attention. The unfolding of events has been so unprecedented that it left many by surprise. First were the mass demonstrations in the summer of 2013 against the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The scale of protests was unexpectedly large and such an opposition to Erdogan’s rule was never seen before during his more than a decade in power. Second is the ongoing graft probe which has implicated four ministers in Erdogan’s Cabinet and some businessmen close to him. The probe has infuriated Erdogan and he blamed sympathisers of a social movement led by Islamic scholar Fetehullah Gulen in judiciary and police for instigating the probe and deliberately targeting his inner circle. This event is unprecedented because of the parties involved in the conflict, i.e. government of Erdogan and Gulen movement.



    Fetehullah Gulen

    Now looking into the details of both of these events and the developments between these two in a timeline manner, we not only find some similarities and uniformity in ruling party’s attitude but also some very shocking political outbursts which were totally unanticipated.

    The May 30, 2013 police crackdown on peaceful protesters in Istanbul’s Gezi Park sparked mass anti-government demonstrations across the country. A sit-in protest by a small group of environmentalists opposing uprooting of trees in a park in central Istanbul escalated into nationwide protests against the ruling party. There was a loud and direct demand from the protesters for Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to resign as many believed he was becoming increasingly authoritarian. Those protesters also accused Erdogan of meddling into private lives and trying to impose conservative Islamic values on secular and modern Turkey founded by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.

    Notably, Fetehullan Gulen, a self-exiled Turkish Islamic scholar was among despised people by the Gezi Park protesters. The Erdogan’s government and a faith based movement led by Gulen, popularly known as Hizmet (pronounced in Urdu as Khidmat), were charged by protesters for trying to tamper with secularism in Turkey.

    The government of Erdogan was quick in terming the protests as an ‘international plot’ aimed at halting Turkey’s robust economic growth and increasing dominance in the region. On the pretext of countering an alleged ‘international plot’, Erdogan justified consecutive harsh police crackdowns on protesters during the period and also spoke of those policemen as ‘national heroes’. The public prosecutors also gained Erdogan’s words-of-praise for their efforts in bringing ‘perpetrators to justice’. Analysts see those protests as a major confrontation in 2013 between secular and ultra-nationalist opponents and religiously conservative ruling party and its allies. However, as many other demonstrations, this one too started and gradually disappeared. The government moved on!

    On August 5, 2013 an Istanbul court sentenced ex-army chief, Gen. Ilker Basbug, to life imprisonment along with many others on charges of conspiring to overthrow the Justice and Development Party’s government. The court’s ruling came five years after the initiation of the so-called Ergenekon trials prosecuting a number of officers, businessmen, writers, journalists, politicians and academicians. The verdict was seen as total neutralisation of military dominance in civilian matters of the country and dwindling power of Kemalist forces that have historically resisted presence of any ideology other than their own in public life. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in this case too, was highly appreciative of public prosecutors and the judiciary for taming forces that allegedly possessed threat of military coup against his government.

    In the month of November, to the surprise of many, the Erdogan administration provoked a crisis with the Gulen movement by announcing it would shut down university preparation schools (dershane) in the country, many of which are run by members of the movement (Hizmet). The government, however, later clarified it is not targeting the movement but just want these schools to transform and attain full-fledged private school status and only those who fail to do so will face shut down. Nevertheless, the movement not ready to give any concession on this matter, strongly criticized the government’s decision and raised serious doubts over its intentions.

    The very next month, on December 17, police raided some targeted locations in Istanbul and Ankara simultaneously and arrested sons of a few Cabinet ministers and some businessmen close to the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) on charges of corruption and related wrongdoings. Under heavy pressure from the opposition, the government had to reshuffle the Cabinet and ask ministers whose sons were detained to resign. This raid shook Erdogan’s administration and came as a huge embarrassment for the ruling party as they have come to power on high moral grounds of being a party of integrity and probity.

    Furiously reacting to the probe, Prime Minister Erdogan held the Gulen movement responsible for instigating the probe and lashed out at its alleged sympathisers in judiciary and police departments for acting to denigrate his government. It is believed that the Gulen movement has a strong base of sympathisers in judicial bodies and police departments of Turkey. The government purged hundreds of policemen including police chiefs of Ankara and Istanbul and also relieved number of public prosecutors of their duties. Erdogan even accused Gulen movement for acting as local moderator of an ‘international plot’ against his government.

    It is to be noted that it was the same prime minister who months ago during Gezi Park protests praised police departments of different cities headed by the same police chiefs against whom he is taking punitive actions now. During those protests he had lauded policemen as ‘national heroes’ and now those ‘heroes’ are being suspended or transferred on his orders.

    In addition, the landmark verdict of Ergenekon trials in the month of August has heralded Erdogan’s victory over his long-time traditional foes. Public prosecutors have apparently played an important role throughout the trials which eventually culminated in Erdogan’s favour besides their ‘commendable’ actions during Gezi Park protests. Surprisingly, over this graft probe Erdogan’s administration is at odds with the public prosecutors only.



    Recep Tayyip Erdogan

    Interestingly, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is consistent in blaming ‘foreign powers’ for both the unrest that has significantly brought a bad name to his government, i.e. Gezi Park protests and graft probe. What has changed at the latest controversy is the group that has been accused by the prime minister for acting in the interests of ‘foreign powers’ and against his government. During the Gezi Park protests it was ultra-nationalist and Kemalist forces and this time over graft probe it is the faith based movement led by Fetehullah Gulen.

    Ironically, the Gulen movement which is facing brunt of government’s ire over the graft probe was earlier accused by Gezi Park protesters for working with Erdogan’s administration in allegedly eroding the fundamentals of Ataturk’s Turkey. For Gezi Park protesters Erdogan’s government and Gulen movement were close allies who used their power to increase influence of religion in the state machineries of traditionally secular Turkey. However, the Gulen movement has emphatically denied any alliance with the Justice and Development Party based on political ambitions. In a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal Fetehullan Gulen said, “If we can talk about an alliance, it was around shared values of democracy, universal human rights and freedoms — never for political parties or candidates”.

    It is for the unbiased and impartial judicial bodies of the country to decide whether the corruptions charges against the government are true or the allegations made by the government against the Gulen movement has any base. But this development in Turkish politics is of particular importance which can be decisive in the future political outcomes as it has pitted two former ‘ideology based allies’ against each other.

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    Behzad is an Indian freelance writer currently based in Konya, Turkey


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    By Syed Zahid Ahmad,

    Aam Aadmi Party has emerged as a hope for many Indians to get rid of corruptions. But doing agitation is one thing and controlling corruption is different because corruption early done by individuals has now turned into institutional and many institutions are managing business of corruption in legalized manner. Otherwise can anyone justify why Indian Government should pay annual interest at 8% per annum on market loans when we have opened capital account and in economies like US and UK money may be bought at as low as 2% annual interest? It may be easy to handle corrupt people, but tough to curb institutionalized corrupt businesses in a democratic country like India.

    Considerably the Aam Aadmi been hardly benefitted through increased capital inflow by FIIs in the stock market. Mostly the benefits of economic growth in last two decades realized by our corporate; making Governments more indebted; causing increased pressure over the tax payers and consumers; and pushing the inflation higher. Amidst rise in foreign capital, stock indices, inflation and fiscal deficits, the Aam Aadmi deprived to sharing the development fruits. In general people of India have been taxed more to allow the Government bridge the fiscal deficits; compared to the benefits drawn by deprived section through welfare schemes. The Governments been found spending more to repay the debts along with interest compared to expenditure on public welfare schemes.

    Both NDA and UPA failed to serve Aam Aadmi, rather been focused upon facilitating the corporate. Stock market capitalization and rate of GDP growth were targeted to reflect economic development. Governments hardly cared how increased income realized through developments are shared among different section of people in our economy. This increased the gap between rich and poor of our society. Improving the livelihood of Aam Aadmi could not drew due attention of these Governments. If we really intend to serve Aam Aadmi, we need to focus upon rural economy and the unorganized sector enterprises altogether comprising over ninety percent of national work force. Aam Aadmi may be pleased if facilitated through -

    1. Affordable alternative source of finance for their livelihood and welfare needs;
    2. Lower tax rates on earned income, investments or incurred expenditures;
    3. Better market linkages for produced goods and services;
    4. Soft labour laws, excise rates, taxes over trade activities, service taxes etc.;
    5. Affordable art of technologies for cottage and rural industries;
    6. Institutional and financial support to cooperatives for empowerment of Aam Aadmi;
    7. Easy norms to receive benefits in terms of subsidiaries, incentives and grants etc;
    8. Low cost public utilities like water, energy, hospitality, education, transport etc.;
    9. Hassle-free norms to register enterprises submit returns and get clearances etc.

    Since after fall of USSR, our economists have been following US model of development Economics, if not corrected they may further put thrust over US economic development models, whereas we need model promoting domestic economy through intensified efforts to explore potentials of Indian economy. We should not adopt Marxist or capitalist model, but a real socialist model of economic development for Indian economy wherein Aam Aadmi associated with agriculture or unorganized sector enterprises be feel privileged with the policies and regulation. We may require social economists to suggest better policies for Indian economic growth and welfare of people.

    Hope the team engaged in preparation of Aam Aadmi Party’s draft policy for economic welfare and development of India would seek feedbacks from different sections before presenting on public domain.

    Aam Aadmi Party may need to assure micro and smaller enterprises should have opportunity to avail equity funds at retail counters in banks and NBFCs (that like corporate drawing equities from stock markets). If large retail companies like Walmart can be helped through establishment of Farmer Producer Companies in India to allow them procure farmers produces from farm fields, why cannot Consumer Cooperative Stores be established and linked with such FPOs to help the farmers at one hand and general Indian customer on other hand? Only such initiatives policy decisions would bring justice in the economy and let the Aam Aadmi feel empowered. Hope Aam Aadmi party would think and act in socialistic economic growth pattern.

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    Zahid Ahmad is the editor ofhttp://www.economicinitiatives.com/


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    By Afroz Alam Sahil,

    New Delhi: In Shyam Benegal’s film Well Done Abba, the issue of corruption is raised through the apparent theft of bowli or well. In the capital, it appears funeral grounds are up for theft.

    The number of Muslim graveyards, known as Qabristan, has dwindled over the decades.



    [TCN file photo]

    According to Wakf gazette notification, accessed by the BeyondHeadlines, there are as many as 562 graveyards, either independent or attached to a dargah or mosque, in the capital.
    Mosques and graveyards come under the Waqf Board.

    With the increasing population, there has been scarcity of graves in these funeral grounds.
    However, information accessed by BH through right to Information (RTI) reveals that Waqf properties, formerly used as graveyards, have been converted into parks.

    BeyondHeadlines also found out that part of the land, where now capital’s Millennium Park stands, originally belonged to the Waqf and was actually a funeral ground.

    According to information supplied by the Delhi Waqf Board in response to an RTI application filed by BeyondHeadlines, about 10 acres of Qabristan ahle Islam land was acquired by the Delhi Government to build the Millennium Indraprastha Park.

    When BH tried to contact the Delhi Waqf Board, Waqf officials refused to talk on record. BH also learnt that the state Waqf Board does not have a chairman since 2009. Divisional Commissioner is looking since then managing the Waqf Board.

    The Supreme Court clearly states that Waqf properties can neither be sold nor transferred.

    BeyondHeadlines also learnt that interestingly even the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has encroached upon at least 11 such graveyards in the capital alone.

    List of Wakf’s Graveyards encroached by the A.S.I.

    Name and Address

    Area

    Muslim Graveyard & Maqbara, Kh. No. 634-M, Village Mohammadpur, Munirka, New Delhi.

    4 bigha 16 bishwa

    Muslim Graveyard, Kh. No. 152, Khirki, New Delhi.

    1 bigha 6 bishwa

    Muslim Graveyard, Aliganj, Kh. No. 556 along Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

    4 bigha 14 bishwa

    Muslim Graveyard, Kh. No. 1012/603, 1013/603, Kant Nagar, Jharkhandi Road, Shahadra.

    16 bigha 19  bishwa

    Muslim Graveyard Known as Dargah Hasan Khan, Kh. No. 201/1, Outside Abadi of Village Naib Sarai, New Delhi.

    19  bishwa

    Muslim Graveyard, Kh. No. 29/19.

    2 bigha 10 bishwa

    Muslim Graveyard, Kh. No. 14, at the back of Mosque Mohamdi, Vill Shah Pur Jat, New Delhi.

    3 bigha 19 bishwa

    Muslim Graveyard, Kh. No. 1845, inside compound of Qutub Minar, Mehrauli, New Delhi.

    6 bigha 3 bishwa

    Muslim Graveyard, Kh. No. 1841, within campus of Qutub Minar.

    2 bigha 1 bishwa

    Muslim Graveyard, Kh. No. 1834, inside compound of Qutub Minar, Mehrauli, New Delhi.

    8 bigha 9 bishwa

    Wakf Takia, Masjid Moth, Khasra No. 38, New Delhi.

    1 bigha 6 bishwa



    While graveyards owned by Waqf Boards have been illegally encroached upon, there is dearth adequate space for the dead in the capital. As a result, graves are being recycled even before carcass of the deceased fully decays.

    In the Jamia Nagar region for example, Mohammad Moonis is fighting a case for eleven years now for a graveyard. Although, a piece of land was acquired Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has not yet handed it over for the purpose.

    While Arman Ali (played by Boman Irani) could fight his case for the stolen well, members of Muslim community have so far largely been mute as 562 odd graveyards that have been encroached upon in Delhi.

    Sl. No.

    Name of Wakf

    Property Address

    Wakf gazette notificationdated/remarks.

    Muslim Graveyardknown as QabristanMirza Tufail Sahib
    Mohalla Qabristan
    Shah Turkman,
    Delhi.

    A–Ward IX, MohallaQabristan, Mpl. No. 1918and 20 inside Mohalla
    Qabristan, close to Dargah
    Shamsul Arfin Sahib,
    Turkman Gate, (Graveyard
    provided with enclosure
    wall).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 316/51)

    GraveyardFazal Mahmood,Ram Lila Ground,
    Turkman Gate, Delhi

    A–Ward IX, Ram LilaGround, Turkman Gate,Village Indar Pat, Kh. No.
    1, Khataini, Khata 138 measuring
    18 biswas for
    Mosque and 2 bighas 1
    biswa for Graveyard.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 316/54)

    Dgh. Shamsul ArifinShah, Turkman GateBiabani, Mohalla
    Qabristan, Turkman
    Gate, Delhi.

    Ward No. IX, Delhi Mpl.No. 1883 and 1913(Mosque) Mohalla
    Qabristan, Delhi (Dargah,
    Mosque, Graveyard within
    enclosure wall).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 409/57)

    Mosque, Dargah andGraveyard insideHindi Park.

    A–Ward No. XI, insideHindi Park, Darya Ganj(Mosque, Dargah and
    Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 300/48)

    Masjid and Graveyardon Daya NandRoad and Sharaf
    Road.

    A–Ward No. XI, DaryaGanj, Khasra No. 153/56,Mosque (payment) piece of
    land with graves.

    (16-4-70 Page No. 318/68)

    Muslim Graveyard,Kh. No. 260, SubziMandi, Delhi.

    Graveyard measuring 3bighas 12 biswas, Kh. No.260 of Mouza Civil Station,
    Malkaganj Road, Subzi
    Mandi, Delhi.

    (10-4-1975 Page No. 14/36)

    Qabristan Raiyan,Village Jahan Numa,Malka Ganj Road,
    Subzi Mandi, Delhi,
    Wakif : Kiram Illahi
    and others, R/o
    Subzi Mandi, Delhi.

    Village Chandrawal, JahanNuma, (Civil Station),Delhi. Ward No. XII, Kh.
    No. 259, Malka Ganj, Subzi
    Mandi, Delhi, (Graveyard
    area, 13 bigha, 7 biswas,
    strawn with graves).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 410/32)

    Muslim Graveyard& Dargah as QalaRayian Malka Ganj
    Road, Subzi Mandi,
    Delhi.

    A–Ward XII, Kh. No. 258,Malka Ganj Road, SubziMandi, Delhi (Graveyard
    areas 29 Bighas, 6 Biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 360/29)

    Muslim Graveyard& Dargah ShahAbdul Razaq, Subzi
    Mandi, Delhi.

    A–Ward XII, Mpl. No.2334, Subzi Mandi, Delhi(Dargah & attached Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 368/31)

    10.

    Muslim Graveyardattached to DargahShah Abdul Razaq,
    Subzi Mandi, Delhi.

    Graveyard measuring 12Bighas 15 Biswas comprisedin Kh. No. 111 & 795
    (Old) merged in Kh. No.
    640 Abadi.

    (10-4-1975 Page No. 14/38)

    11.

    Mosque and TakiaGraveyard known asMasjid and Takia
    Rajan, Azad Market,
    Delhi.

    Ward XIII, VII, SadarBazar, Shumali, Delhi, Mpl.No. 1953 to 1954 and Kh.
    No. 203, Mosque, Takia and
    Graveyard area 2256 sq.
    yds.

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1332/50

    12.

    Muslim Graveyardknown as PinjraSher, Qasabpura,
    Delhi.

    Ward No. XIV, Qasabpura,(Vill. Qadam Shareef, Kh.No. 54 area about 1200 sq.
    yds (graveyard enclosed by
    boundary wall, Pacca grave
    exist at site).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1332/41)

    13.

    Muslim Graveyard,Qasabpura, Delhi.

    Graveyard measuring 1Bigha, 4 Biswas, Kh. No.386, Mpl. No. XIV/6365,
    Qasabpura, Delhi.

    (10-4-1975 Page No. 14/42)

    14.

    Muslim Graveyard,Nabi Karim, Delhi.

    A–Ward XV, Mohalla NabiKarim, Mpl. No. 5658(Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 332/11)

    15.

    Graves on a raisedplateform nearDargah Hzt.
    Khawaja Badqillah,
    Idgah Road, Delhi.

    A–Graves on a raisedplateform near Dargah Hzt.Khawaja Badiqllah part of
    Kh. No. 102 measure sq.
    yds. of Village Qadam
    Sharif.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 24/42)

    16.

    Muslim Graveyard,Kh. No. 257, SubziMandi, Delhi.

    Graveyard measuring 19Bighas 19 Biswas, Kh. No.257 of Mouaz, Civil Station,
    Subzi Mandi, Delhi.

    (10-4-75 P. 14/37)

    17.

    Muslim Graveyardknown as QabristanChanhalian, Model
    Basti, Delhi.

    A–Ward XIV, Kh. No. 546,area 8 bigha 9 biswa(Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 342/20)

    18.

    Masjid & Qabristan,Shidi Pura, KarolBagh, Delhi.

    A–Ward XIV, Shidi Pura,Karol Bagh, Delhi, Mpl.Nos. 8797, 8798, 8798/1 to
    8798/6, 8799, 1303, 1304
    (Mosque, 6 Shops, 1
    Graveyard area 4986 yds.).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 344/30)

    19.

    Muslim Graveyard,Baghichi Alauddin,Pahar Ganj, Delhi.

    A–Ward XV, BaghichiAlauddin, Pahar Ganj on theback of Dargah Qadam
    Sharif (Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 334/16)

    20.

    Takia Imliwala,Baghichi Alauddin,Pahar Ganj, Delhi.

    A–Ward XV, BaghichiAlauddin, Opposite MasjidMotia Khan [Takia (Graveyard)
    with land].

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 334/17)

    21.

    Dargah QadamSharif, MohallaQadam Sharif, Delhi,
    Wakif : Feroz Shah
    Tughlak.

    Village Qadam Sharif, Delhi,Ward No. XV, Mpl. No.6662 to 6668, 6717 to 6831
    to 6835, 6899 to 6900,
    Qadam Sharif (Muslim
    Graveyard Mosque, all
    within enclosure).

    (31-12-1970 P. No. 1282/34)

    22.

    Mosque & Graveyard,Tel Mill Khurd,Qutab Road, Delhi.

    Ward No. XV, VillageQadam Sharif, Delhi,(Mosque brick built and
    Graveyard area 4687 sq.
    yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1332/41)

    23.

    Mosque & Graveyard,Motia Khan,Delhi.

    Ward No. XV, Motia Khan& Village Qadam Sharif,Delhi, Mpl. No. 10393/1,
    Mosque, Graveyard area
    378 sq. yds. Kh. No.
    326    1089
    —-     ——
    19       29
    —————-
    23
    —————-

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1334/42)

    24.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Pahar Ganj,Multani Dhanda,
    Delhi.

    Vill. Paharganj, Opp.Dargah Kh. Khumari, Kh.Nos. 361 to 364 (Graveyard
    area 1200 sq. yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1340/341)

    25.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Qadam Sharif

    Village Qadam Sharif, Kh.No. 1119/578 (MohallaArahashan) Graveyard area
    539 sq. yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1352/374)

    26.

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Qadam Sharif.

    Vill. Qadam Sharif, Kh. No.95/3, Qutab Road, (Graveyardarea 416 sq. yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1352/375)

    27.

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Qadam Sharif.

    Vill. Qadam Sharif, Kh. No.150-151, Qutab Road,(Graveyard area 15908 sq.
    yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1352/376)

    28.

    Muslim Graveyard,Qadam Sharif

    Vill. Qadam Sharif, Kh. No.23, Bhagichi Allahaddin(Graveyard area 532 sq.
    yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1352/377)

    29.

    Muslim Graveyard,Mauza QadamSharif, Idgah Road,
    Delhi.

    Qabristan, Mauza QadamSharif, Kh. No. 103, area586 sq. yds. Idgah Road,
    Delhi.

    (8-9-1977 S. No. 21)

    30.

    Muslim Graveyard,Singh Sabha Road,Roshan Ara Garden,
    Delhi.

    Qabristan, Kh. No. 20, area10 biswas, Singh SabhaRoad near Roshan Ara Garden,
    Delhi.

    (8-9-77 Page No. 13/23)

    31.

    Muslim GraveyardQadam Sharif, PaharGanj, Delhi.

    Graveyard measuring 900sq. yds. comprising Kh. No.20 of Mauza Qadam Sharif,
    Pahar Ganj, Delhi.

    (10.4.1975 P. No. 14/45)

    32.

    Graveyard, DargahKhawaja Baqibillah.

    Mpl. No. 95/6, 104, 105 and118, Dargah Hzt. KhawajaBaqibillah, Qutab Road,
    Delhi.

    (19-1-89 Page No. 10/58)

    33.

    Takiya Lal Shah.

    Graveyard measuring about1000 sq. yds. Mpl. No. XV/389-A, Nabi Karim, Pahar
    Ganj, Delhi.

    (25-9-75 Page No. 42/3)

    34.

    Muslim Graveyard,New Rohtak Road,Karol Bagh, New
    Delhi.

    A–Ward No. XVI, KarolBagh, New Rohtak Road,New Delhi, near Railway
    Station, Sarai Rohilla
    (Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 334/4)

    35.

    Muslim Graveyard,Western ExtensionArea, Karol Bagh,
    New Delhi.

    A–Ward No. XVI, KarolBagh, New Delhi, WesternExtension Area.

    (16-4-1970 P. No. 334/5)

    36.

    Muslim Graveyardknown as “QabristanRajan” Karol Bagh,
    New Delhi.

    A–Ward No. XVI, Kh. No.597/359, Village ChonkriMubarakabad, area 1 bigha
    16 biswas, New Rohtak
    Road, close to Railway Station,
    Sarai Rohilla, Karol
    Bagh, New Delhi (Graveyard).

    (16-4-70 Page No. 370/9)

    37.

    Masjid & Dargahwithin MuslimGraveyard known as
    Lal Takia, within the
    Railway premises,
    Old Rohtak Road,
    Delhi.

    Ward No. XVIII, Kh. No.213 of Village SadhoraKhurd within Railway premises
    Old Rohtak Road,
    Delhi (Mosque, Dargah in
    delapidated condition,
    graveyard (1 bigha 16
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 392/3)

    38.

    Masjid GraveyardBaghichi NatwarwaliOld Rohtak Road,
    Delhi.

    Ward No. XVIII, Mpl. No.629, Kh. No. 479, Vill. PuttiJabanuma, Inside Railway
    premises, Old Rohtak Road,
    Delhi (Mosque, Graveyard)
    (area 1 bigha 4 biswas).

    (16-4-70 Page No. 392/4)

    39.

    Muslim Graveyard,Moti Bagh, Delhi.

    Qabristan, Kh. No. 699, area6 bighas, Village SadhoraKhurd, Sarai Rohilla, Delhi.

    (25-9-1975 Page No. 41/24)

    40.

    Kaka Nagar GraveyardBibi Fatima.

    Kaka Nagar, WellesleyRoad, New Delhi, (Graveyard).

    (16-4-70 P. No. 306/13)

    41.

    Dargah Hzt KhajwajaNooruddin MalikyarPaaran and Khawaja
    Bedil.

    N.D.M.C. New Delhi onMathura Road, OppositeTemple of Bhairon (Dargah
    & Graveyard) area 1.76
    acres.

    (16-4-70 Page No. 338/53)

    42.

    Dargah & MasjidKhawaja Mir DardBhairon Road, New
    Delhi.

    N.D.M.C., on the BhaironRoad, near Turkman Road,New Delhi (Dargah,
    Mosque, Graveyard, Wall)
    area 2.5 acres.

    (16-4-70 Page No. 338/52)

    43.

    Masjid, Dargah,Graveyard known asChaunsath Khamba
    on the back of Irwin
    Hospital, New Delhi.

    N.D.M.C. area on the backside of Irwin Hospital andadjacent to Mata Sundri
    Road, New Delhi (masjid,
    Dargah and Graveyard in
    18, 196 sq. yds.

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1296/53)

    44.

    Babar Shah Mosque& Takia.

    South-East to the HardingeBridge (Mosque and Graveyard).

    (16-4-70 Page No. 302/3)

    45.

    New Graveyard behindIndian ExpressBuilding leased by
    Government.

    Minto Road Area, BahadurShah Zafar Marg, BehindIndian Express Building, 15
    acres, open land.

    (16-4-70 Page No. 302/5)

    46.

    Muslim Graveyardcontaining Mazar ofHzt. Syed Jalaluddin
    Bukhari behind Kothi
    No. 4, Curzon Road,
    New Delhi.

    N.D.M.C. behind Kothi No.IV, Curzon Road, NewDelhi (Village Raiena, Kh.
    No. 2160 area 1 Bigha 4
    Biswas, Graveyard containing
    pucca graves and
    one mazar of Syed
    Jalaluddin Bukhari saint).

    (16-4-70 Page No. 1354/77)

    47.

    Muslim GraveyardBasant Road, NewDelhi.

    New Delhi Municipal Committeeinside the campus ofRailway Quarters at Basant
    Road, New Delhi (Graveyard
    enclosed by barbed
    wire fencing, a pacca
    graves exist on the land.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 443/70)

    48.

    Muslim Graveyardbehind Church,Gurdwara Rakab
    Ganj Road, New
    Delhi.

    A Graveyard behindChurch, Gurdwara RakabGanj Road, New Delhi
    within an area of 605 sq.
    yds. approximately.

    (10-4-80 Page No. 20/7)

    49.

    Muslim GraveyardMauza Aliganj, NewDelhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard underKh. No. 556, measuring 4Bigha 14 Biswas (containing
    Maqbara and graves)
    along Lodhi Road, N. Delhi.

    (4-5-78 Page No. 16/37)

    50.

    Dargah Bibi ZuleKhan, MuslimGraveyard with
    Mosque, Village
    Adchini, New Delhi.

    Village Adchini, New Delhito the West of QutabMehrauli Road, between
    miles 10 to 11, Kh. No. 159.
    area 6 Bighas (Graveyard
    with double enclosure wall
    and a Mosque within besides
    Dargah of Bibi Zule
    Khan).

    (16.4.1970 P. No. 376/88)

    51.

    Tomb of SheikhNajibuddin, MuslimGraveyard, Village
    Adchini, New Delhi.

    Village Adchini, adjacent toDargah in Bibi Zule Kha VillageAdchini, Graveyard
    with walled enclosure. Inside
    graves of Sheikh
    Najibuddin, Mutawalli his
    son and daughter of Baba
    Farid Ganj Shakar brother
    of Baba Farid Shakar Ganj,

    (16-4-70 P. No. 376/89)

    52.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Masjid Moth,Delhi.

    Village Masjid Moth, Kh.No. 259 (1 Biswa 4Biswas), 374, (5 Biswas)
    385, (6 Biswas), (481 Bigha
    5 Biswas), Graveyard (3
    Bighas) with a Mosque inside.

    (16-4-70 Page No. 376/90)

    53.

    Muslim Graveyard,Kilokri, New Delhi.

    Village Kilokri, Kh. No. 735,outside abadi of VillageKilokri at the backside of
    Dargah Sayed Mahmood
    Bhiar, New Delhi, (Graveyard
    area 7 Bighas 5
    Biswas).

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1286/120)

    54.

    Muslim Graveyardwithin Kothi No. 34,Gurdwara Rakab
    Ganj Road, New
    Delhi.

    A Graveyard on a raisedplateform measuring30’x30’ within the Campus
    of Kothi No. 34, Gurdwara
    Rakab Ganj Road, New
    Delhi.

    (10-4-80 Page No. 24/47)

    55.

    Muslim Graveyard,Yaqoot Pur, NewDelhi.

    A Graveyard Village YaqootPur, Kh. No. 48, measuring9 Bighas, 13 Biswas,
    Greater Kailash, New Delhi.

    (5-6-86 Page No. 4/4)

    56.

    Muslim Graveyard,Kotla Mubarakpur,New Delhi.

    Kotla Mubarakpur, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 637/350, VillageKotla Mubarakpur, towards
    east of Ring Road,
    New Delhi (Graveyard area
    3 bighas).

    (16-4-70 Page No. 404/30)

    57.

    Muslim Graveyard,Delhi Cantt.,

    Delhi Cantt. at the back ofDelhi Cantonment Boardoffice, Sadar Bazar (Graveyard
    provided by a boundary
    wall, Kachcha graves
    exist).

    (16-4-70 Page No. 443/8)

    58.

    Muslim GraveyardVillage Bahapur,Chitranjan Park
    Colony, New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Vill. Bahapur,Kh. No. 922, measuring 1Bigha and 14 Biswas,
    Chitranjan Park, New Delhi.

    (20-6-85 Page No. 10/2/15)

    59.

    Muslim Graveyardinside the colonyChitranjan Park,
    New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, comprised inKh. No. 914, measuring 1Bighas 11 Biswas of Village
    Bahapur, Chitranjan Park,
    New Delhi.

    (21-5-81 Page No. 12/34)

    60.

    Muslim graveyardVillage Jaitpur, NewDelhi.

    Village Jaitpur, New Delhi,Kh. No. 54/1, 151, graveyardarea. (4 Bighas 1
    Biswas).

    (31-12-70 / 1292/9)

    61.

    Muslim graveyard,Village Mitheypur,New Delhi.

    Village Mitheypur, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 206/2 graveyardarea (4 Biswas).

    (31-12-70 / 1292/14)

    62.

    Masjid, Dargah andGraveyard Hzt. NoorNuma, Panchkuiyan
    Road, New Delhi.

    A Dargah, Mosque andGraveyard, Noor Numa behindPolice Station, Pahar
    Ganj, New Delhi, Area 077
    Acre.

    (4-10-84 Page No. 10/5)

    63.

    Muslim Graveyard,Mata Sundri Road,New Delhi.

    Graveyard Mouza Inderpat,Kh. No. 142 Area 8 bighas,Mata Sundri Lane, New
    Delhi.

    (25-9-75 Page No. 37/78)

    64.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aliganj, NewDelhi.

    Village Aliganj, Kh. No. 546,adjacent to Katra Ahi Ram“Aliganj” (the graveyard 3
    bighas 14 biswas) pacca
    graves exist at site.

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1338/332)

    65.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aliganj, NewDelhi.

    Village Aliganj, Kh. No. 538,adjacent to Lodhi Hotel,Link Road, New Delhi
    (graveyard area 1 bigha 3
    biswas).

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1338/333)

    66.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aliganj, NewDelhi.

    Village Aliganj, Kh. No. 538,Opposite Lodhi Hotel, LinkRoad, New Delhi, (graveyard
    area 13 bighas 13
    biswas).

    67.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aliganj, NewDelhi.

    Village Aliganj, Kh. No. 358,inside the campus of WirelessStation, alongside Link
    Road, New Delhi, (Graveyard
    area 16 biswas, pacca
    graves exist at site).

    (31-12-70 Page No. 338/335)

    68.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aliganj BastiNizamuddin, New
    Delhi.

    Village Aliganj, Kh. No. 564,adjacent to Kalan Masjid(Firoz Shahi) towards
    South (graveyard area 1
    bigha 17 biswas) pacca
    graves exist.

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1308/248)

    69.

    Muslim GraveyardAliganj, New Delhi.

    Graveyard measuring 2bighas, 5 biswas, Kh. No.553, Village Aliganj, New
    Basti Hzt. Nizamuddin,
    New Delhi.

    (25-9-75 Page No. 42/7)

    70.

    Muslim Graveyard,Aliganj, New Delhi.

    Kh. No. 529, Area 8 bighasGraveyard (runningb) VillageAliganj, New Delhi.

    (25-9-75 Page No. 38/383)

    71.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aliganj, NewDelhi.

    Village Aliganj, Kh. No. 359included in the area enclosedby barbed wire by the Wireless
    Department, (Graveyard
    area 29 bighas 15
    biswas old pacca grave exist
    at site).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1340/337)

    72.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aliganj, NewDelhi.

    Village Aliganj, Kh. No. 294within the barbed wirefencing of Wireless Department
    (graveyard area 1
    bigha).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1342/344)

    73.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aliganj, NewDelhi.

    Village Aliganj, Kh. No. 262within the compoundfenced by Wireless Department
    (Graveyard area 17
    biswas).

    (31-12-70 P. No. 1342/348)

    74.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ali Ganj,New Delhi.

    Village Ali Ganj, Kh. No.293, within the area fencedby Wireless Deptt., (graveyard
    area 1 bigha 1 biswas).

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1342/349)

    75.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aliganj, NewDelhi.

    Vill. Ali Ganj, Kh. No. 276-M, within the barbed fencingerected by Wireless
    Deptt., (graveyard area 19
    biswas).

    (16-4-70 Page No. 1342/350)

    76.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ali Ganj,New Delhi.

    Village Ali Ganj, Kh. No. 76,adjacent to Shahi Masjid,Bhogal (Graveyard area
    346 sq. yds).

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1342/351)

    77.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ali Ganj,New Delhi.

    Village Ali Ganj, Kh. No.576, Opp. Southern Gate ofDargah Nizamuddin, Aulia
    alongside Lodhi Road,
    (graveyard, mosque wall
    type dome (area 4 bigha 14
    biswas) numerous odd
    pacca graves exist at site.

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1342/352)

    78.

    Maqbara / Graveyard,Village AliGanj, New Delhi.

    Qabristan / Maqbara, VillageAli Ganj, New Delhi, Kh.No. 542 area 17 biswas.

    (30-12-76 Page No. 34/16)

    79.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ali Ganj,New Delhi.

    Village Ali Ganj, Kh. No.248, included in the areafenced by Wireless Department
    (Graveyard area 1
    bigha 10 biswas).

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1344/354)

    80.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ali Ganj,New Delhi.

    Village Ali Ganj, Kh. No.320, within wire fenced areaof wireless department
    (graveyard area 12 biswas).

    (31-12-70 P.No.1344/358)

    81.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ali Ganj,New Delhi.

    Vill. Ali Ganj, Kh. No. 391,included in the area withinwire fencing of the Wireless
    Department (Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 2 biswas).

    (31-12-70 Page No.1344/59)

    82.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ali Ganj,New Delhi.

    Vill. AliGanj, Kh. No. 394,included in the area wirefenced of wireless department
    (Graveyard area 12
    biswas).

    (31-12-70 P. No. 1344/360)

    83.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ali Ganj,New Delhi.

    Village Ali Ganj, Kh. No.366, alongwith Link Road,(Graveyard area 6 bighas 5
    biswas) pucca graves exist
    at site.

    (31-12-70 P. No. 1350/366)

    84.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ali Ganj,New Delhi.

    Village Ali Ganj, Kh. No.360, alongside of LinkRoad (Graveyard area 8
    bighas 13 biswas).

    (31-12-70 P. No. 1350/367)

    85.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ali Ganj,New Delhi.

    Kh. No. 554, adjacent toAbadi of Basti Nizamuddin(Graveyard area 14 bighas
    19 biswas including pacca
    wall) numerous pacca
    graves exist at site.

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1350/368)

    86.

    Graveyard withinDargah ShahMardan, Ali Ganj,
    New Delhi.

    Ali Ganj, New Delhi innercompound of Dargah ShahMardan between Eastern
    and Western gates (compound
    falling within the
    Eastersn of Western gates,
    Dargah Shah Mardan, New
    Delhi, pucca graves scattered
    all around).

    (16-4-70 Page No. 445/71-G)

    87.

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aliganj, NewDelhi.

    Village Ali Ganj, New Delhinear Kh. No. 565, adjacentto Kalan Masjid, towards
    East, Basti Nizamuddin,
    New Delhi, (Graveyard area
    12 biswas).

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1330/324)

    88.

    Karbala, Ali Ganj,New Delhi, Wakif :Mirza Ashraf Beg.,

    Ali Ganj, New Delhi, Kh.No. 28, alongside KarbalaRoad, Ali Ganj, New Delhi,
    Karbala (Graveyard provided
    with pacca enclosure
    walls, numerous graves
    scattered all over the area).

    (16-4-70 P. No. 445/73)

    89.

    Graveyard known asChhoti Karbala.

    Graveyard also known as“Chhoti Karbala” area 10biswas, Kh. No. 23, Village
    Ali Ganj, New Delhi.

    (25-9-75 Page No. 44/3)

    90.

    Mosque & Maqbarawithin graveyard,Basti Baoli, Delhi.

    Basti Baoli, Sewa Nagar,Kh. No. 1776, 1785M,1760M, Village Ali Ganj,
    New Delhi, close to Railway
    Line, Basti, Baoli, Sewa
    Nagar, New Delhi (Mosque,
    domed Mosoleum graveyard
    area 18 bighas 12
    biswas, 6 houses).

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1286/119)

    91.

    Muslim Graveyard,Basti Nizamuddin,opposite Imambara,
    New Delhi.

    Qabristan Opp.Imambara,area 800 sq. yds. approx.Basti Nizamuddin, New
    Delhi.

    (8-9-77 Page No. 8)

    92.

    Qabristan known asQabristan KhawajaHasan Nizami, Basti
    Nizamuddin, New
    Delhi.

    Qabristan behind BungleWali Mosque, Basti Nizamuddin,New Delhi, area 800
    sq. yds. (Approx.)

    (8-9-77 Page No. 9)

    93.

    Ihata Qabristan, OppositeQabristanImam Saheban,
    Nizamuddin, New
    Delhi.

    Qabristan Opp.QabristanImam Saheban, BastiNizamuddin New Delhi,
    area about 2 biswas.

    (8-9-77 Page No. 10)

    94.

    Muslim GraveyardNizamuddin Opp.Maqbara Chaunsath
    Khamba, New Delhi.

    Qabristan Basti Nizamuddin(Village Ali Ganj), Kh. No.2018/558.

    (8-9-77 Page No. 11)

    95.

    Muslim Graveyardknown as Ali-KoteBasti Nizamuddin,
    New Delhi.

    Basti Nizamuddin, insideAbadi near Jamat Manzil,(Graveyard old pucca grave
    exist at the site in fairly
    good No.)

    (31-12-70 Page No. 1348/45)

    96.

    Qabristan Syed AltafHussain.

    Graveyard known as SyedAltaf Hussain in MohallaGadarian on the Southern
    side of Chaunsath Khamba,
    Basti Hazrat Nizamuddin,
    New Delhi.

    (25-9-75 Page No. 41/17)

    97.

    House & Graveyard,Basti Nizamuddin,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard within a housebearing Mpl. No. T-380-Aknown as Qabristan
    Khandan Sayyad Mubarak
    Ahmed Nizami, Basti
    Nizamuddin, New Delhi.

    (5-6-86 Page No. 2/4/10)

    98.

    Graveyard locallyknown as QabristanNawab Elahi Baksh,
    Basti Nizamuddin,
    New Delhi.

    Graveyard within an enclosuremeasuring about48’x36’ adjacent to Mazare
    Ghalib, Nazimuddin New
    Delhi.

    (10-4-75 Page No. 14/48)

    99.

    Graveyard Mauza AliGanj, Nizamuddin,New Delhi.

    Graveyard measuring 12Biswas comprised in Kh.No. 574 of Mauza Ali Ganj,
    New Delhi.

    (10-4-75 P. No. 15/378)

    Graveyard known asQabristan SyedMohd. Imam, Basti
    Nzm. N. Delhi.

    Basti Nizamuddin, NewDelhi, Graveyard within apacca enclosures, near
    Langarkhana.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1336/45)

    Muslim GraveyardNizamuddin, NewDelhi.

    A Graveyard known asMaqbara Gogabai within asarea of 10’x20’ Nizamuddin,
    New Delhi.

    (04-10-1984 Page No. 12/14)

    Muslim Graveyardknown as QabristanShahzadgan, Basti
    Nizamuddin, New
    Delhi.

    A Graveyard within an areaof 380 sq. yds situated nearthe residence of Khawaja
    Hasan Nizami, Basti
    Nizamuddin, New Delhi.

    (04-05-1978 Page No.30)

    Muslim Graveyardopposite Lal Mahal,Basti Nizamuddin,
    New Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard withinan area of 800 sq. yds. oppositeLal Mahal, Basti
    Nizamuddin, New Delhi.

    (04-05-1978 Page No.31)

    Muslim Graveyard,Basti Nizamuddin,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard measuring 120sq. yds. Block No. 1 &Block No. 2, behind Zamin
    Nagar, Nizamuddin, New
    Delhi.

    (21-05-81 Page No. 12/7)

    Dargah Dada Pir &Graveyard, Nizamuddin,New Delhi.

    Basti Nizamuddin, NewDelhi near MaqbaraChhotey Batasheywala,
    Basti Nizamuddin (Dargah
    within graveyard strewn
    with graves).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1294/28)

    Muslim Graveyardknown as QabristanQadim Arab Ki Sarai,
    Basti Nizamuddin,
    New Delhi.

    Basti Nizamuddin, NewDelhi Kh. No. 569 at theback of Masjid Isa Khan in
    Arab Ki Sarai, New Delhi
    (Graveyard strewn with
    numerous graves area 11
    bighas 10 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1294/30)

    Muslim Graveyard,Bhogal Jangpura,Nizamuddin, New
    Delhi.

    Village Bhogal, Jangpura,Basti Nizamuddin, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 920/916
    close to Maqbara Khan-
    Khana, Ganda Nala (Graveyard
    with pacca enclosure
    wall).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1294/34)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jangpura,New Delhi.

    Village Jangpura, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 21 at theback of Shahi Masjid,
    Bhogal, (Graveyard area
    264 sq. yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1338/331)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jangpura,New Delhi.

    Village Jangpura, Kh. No.187, Masjid Lane, No. 3,(Graveyard area 131 sq.
    yds. pacca graves exist at
    site).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1340/338)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jangpura,New Delhi.

    Village Jangpura, Kh. No.189, Masjid Lane, Jangpura(Graveyard 1rea 177 sq.
    yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1340/339)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jangpura,New Delhi.

    Vill. Jangpura, Kh. No. 257,Masjid Lane No. 4, (Graveyardarea 105 sq. yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1340/340)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jangpura,New Delhi.

    Village Jangpura, Kh. Nos.154/1, Masjid Lane No. 1,(Graveyard area 131 sq.
    yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1340/343)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jangpura,New Delhi.

    Vill. Jangpura, Kh. No. 190,Masjid Lane No. 3, (Graveyardarea 84 sq. yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1342/345)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jangpura,New Delhi.

    Vill. Jangpura, Kh. No. 186,Masjid Lane No. 3, (Graveyardarea 131 sq. yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1342/346)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jangpura,New Delhi.

    Vill. Jangpura, Kh. No. 239,Masjid Lane No. 4, (Graveyardarea 183 sq. yds.
    graves pacca exist at site).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1342/347)

    Muslim Graveyard,Jangpura, NewDelhi.

    Graveyard Kh. No. 633,Area 6 bighas 13 biswas,Jangpura, New Delhi.

    (08-09-1977)

    Muslim Graveyard,Mauza Jangpura,Masjid Lane, New
    Delhi.

    Qabristan Mauza Jungpura,Kh. No. 154, Area 67 sq.yds., Masjid Lane, New
    Delhi.

    (08-09-1970 Page No.13)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village ChiraghDelhi, Dayal Bagh
    Colony, New Delhi.

    Qabristan Mauza YaqootPur, Kh. No. 44, Area 1Bigha 4 Biswas, Kailash
    Colony, New Delhi.

    (08-09-1970 Page No.14)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village ChiraghDelhi, Dayal Bagh
    Colony, New Delhi.

    Qabristan Mauza ChiraghDelhi, Kh. No. 712/18/1,Area 5 Biswas, Dayal Bagh
    Colony, New Delhi.

    (08-09-1970 Page No.15)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village ChiraghDelhi, Dayal Bagh

    Qabristan Village ChiraghDelhi, portion of Kh. No.204, Area 2 Biswas, Dayal
    Bagh Colony, New Delhi.

    (08-09-1970 Page No.16)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Okhla, NewDelhi.

    A Graveyard, Village Okhla,New Delhi, Kh. No. 105,within an area of 6 Bighas
    3 Biswas.

    (05-06-1986 Page No. 2/4/12)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Okhla, NewDelhi.

    A Graveyard, Village Okhla,New Delhi, Kh. No. 365/104, measuring 8 Biswas.

    (05-06-1986 Page No. 2/4/13)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Okhla, NewDelhi.

    Village Okhla, New Delhi,Kh. No. 122, 116 (Graveyardarea) 15 bighas, 9
    biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1290/2)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Okhla, NewDelhi.

    A Graveyard, Village Okhla,New Delhi, Kh. No. 366/104/1 & 366/104/2, measuring
    16 biswas respectively
    with a total of 2
    bighas 10 biswas.

    (05-06-86 Page No. 4/2)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Inderpath,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard on part of Kh.No. 532 of Village Inderpathwithin an area of 1 bigha 12
    biswas.

    (10-04-1980 Page No. 22/19)

    Graveyard VillageNangli Razapur(Inderpath), New
    Delhi.

    A Graveyard within an areaof 3 bighas of Kh. No. 603of Mauza Inderpath near
    Rly. Plateform, Nizamuddin
    Railway Station, N. Delhi.

    (04-05-1978 Page No. 13/17)

    Muslim GraveyardMauza Inderpath.

    Graveyard measuring 3bighas in part of Kh. No.533, Mauza Inderpath, New
    Delhi.

    (03-03-94 Page No. 7/3)

    Muslim Graveyardknown as “QabristanQadim” South Inder
    Path, Mathura Road,
    Nizamuddin, New
    Delhi.

    Village Inderpath, Kh. No.484, measuring 12 bighas14 biswas close to Delhi
    Public School on Mathura
    Road, New Delhi (Graveyard).

    (16-04-1970 Page No.370/64)

    Graveyard VillageNangli Razapur(Inderpath), New
    Delhi.

    A Graveyard within an areaof 3 bighas of Kh. No. 603of Mauza Inderpath near Rly
    Plateform, Nizamuddin,
    New Delhi.

    (04-05-1978 Page No. 13/17)

    Chabutra YaranGraveyard,

    Muslim Graveyard locallyknown as Chabutra Yaran,Basti Nizamuddin, New
    Delhi, area 1000 sq. yards.

    (30-12-1976 Page No. 34/18)

    Muslim Graveyard,Khajoor Wala.

    Muslim Graveyard locallyknown as Khajoor Wala,Basti Nizamuddin, New
    Delhi, area 1 bigha.

    (30-12-1976 Page No. 34/19)

    Muslim GraveyardMauza Inderpath.

    Muslim Graveyard, VillageInderpath, adjacent to DelhiPublic School, Mathura
    Road, New Delhi, Kh. No.
    484–M, area 18 bighas 6
    biswas.

    (30-12-1976 Page No. 34/20)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Sarai KaleyKhan, New Delhi.

    Village Sarai Kaley Khan,New Delhi, Kh. No. 124/84,closed to Abadi of Village
    Sarai Kaley Khan, New
    Delhi (Graveyard 1 bigha 6
    biswas).

    (16-04-1970 Page No.403/18)

    Muslim Graveyard,Kaka Nagar, NewDelhi.

    A Graveyard within KakaNagar Colony, New Delhi,on the part of Kh. No. 279
    within an area of 5 biswas
    of old Village Badarpur,
    Bazidpur.

    (21-05-1981 Page No. 12/25)

    Muslim Graveyard,Opposite Oberoi InterContinental Hotel,
    Mathura Road, Nizamuddin,
    New Delhi.

    Graveyard in tringularshape bounded by MathuraRoad, Lodhi Road & Link
    Road, (Area 12.8 area minus
    area of Okhla Canal)
    containing Dargah Shah
    Firdaus and Dargah Musafir
    Shah with a wall type
    Mosque. Over 200 acc.
    graves outside site.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1354/231)

    Muslim GraveyardVillage Indra PrasthaEstate, New Delhi.

    Village Inder Prastha Estate,Kh. No. 533, at the back ofDargah Pattey Shah, New
    Delhi, (Graveyard area) (3
    Bighas with a number of
    graves thereon).

    (25-09-75 Page No. 43/8)

    Dargah Hzt. QutabMadar SheikhMohd. Chishti commonly
    known as
    Sheikh Mohd. Ki-
    Bai, Ring Road,
    Inderparasth Estate,
    New Delhi.

    Inderparasth Estate, Kh.No. 417, Village Firozabadjunction of Ring Road and
    Link Road, near Income
    Tax Office (Dargah, Masjid,
    Graveyard, Wall and land)
    measuring 5443 sq. yds.

    (16-04-1970 Page No.318/6)

    Muslim Graveyard,near Lodhi Hotel,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, comprised inKh. No. 429, measuring 5bighas 1 biswa of Village
    Aliganj, New Delhi.

    (21-5-81 Page No. 12/35)

    Gali Pahari WaliAkhara & Graveyard

    A–Ward VIII, PhatakTelian, Haveli MuzaffarKhan, Mpl. No. 3195
    (Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 278/10)

    Masjid Aulia andGraveyard, adjacentto Talab Shamsi
    Mehrauli, New Delhi
    built by King
    Shamsuddin Altmash.

    Mehrauli, adjacent to TalabShamsi, Mehrauli (Mosque, 1house, 1 Kothri & Graveyard).

    (16-4-70 Page No. 360/4)

    Dargah Sheikh AbdulHaque MohaddisDehlvi and Graveyard
    Mehrauli, built by Nb.
    Mahabat Khan, Commander
    in the regin of
    Shah Jahan.

    Mehrauli Zone, about 100yds. to the North of HauzShamsi, Mehrauli, (Dargah,
    Graveyard).

    (19-01-89 Page No. 8/9–52)

    Masjid and graveyardknown as PaharWali, close to Aulia
    Masjid, Mehrauli,

    Mehrauli Zone, Mehrauli, infront of Masjid Aulia(Mosque, Graveyard, attached).

    (16-04-1970 Page No.362/13)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard on part of Kh.No. 1096 Min. within an areaof 1 bigha.

    (25-05-1981 Page No. 10/1)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    Village Mehraulil, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 1845 insidecompound of Qutab Minar,
    New Delhi (Graveyard area
    6 bighas 3 biswas).

    (16-04-1970 Page No.113/420)

    Kanqah Shah RukhWali and Mosque,Mehrauli, Wakif
    Nawab Ziauddin
    Ahmad Khan, R/o
    Gali Qasim Jan,
    Ballimaran, Delhi.

    Mehrauli Zone, Mpl. No.590 (Masjid, Khanqah,Graveyard with area 814 sq.
    yds).

    (16-04-1970 Page No.362/9)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageMehrauli, Kh. No. 3025/2754/16662, Area 1 bigha,
    near Idgah, Mehrauli, New
    Delhi.

    (04-10-1984 Page No. 11/11)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageMehrauli, Kh. No. 3027/2775/2075/2024/1666,
    Area 5 bighas & 1 biswa,
    near Idgah, Mehrauli, New
    Delhi.

    (04-10-1984 Page No. 11/12)

    Muslim GraveyardOpp. Aulia Masjid,Mehrauli,

    Village Mehrauli, OppositeAulia Masjid (Graveyardarea 3766 sq. yds. approx)
    Pucca grave in large No.
    exists at site.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.107/1348)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    Village Mehrauli, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 1841 withincampus of Qutub Minar
    area, (Graveyard area 2
    bighas 1 biswa).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 85/400)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    Village Mehrauli, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 1834, insidecompound Qutab Minar,
    New Delhi (Graveyard) area
    8 bighas 19 biswas.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 86/400)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    Village Mehrauli, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 1835 insidecompound Qutab Minar,
    New Delhi (Graveyard) area
    12 biswas.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 87/400)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    Village Mehrauli, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 1659 to theNorth East of Talab Shamsi,
    Mehrauli, New Delhi.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 400/88)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    Village Mehrauli, NewDelhi, Khasras No. 1731,towards North of Village
    Abadi site Mehrauli, New
    Delhi (Graveyard area 3
    bighas 19 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 401/90)

    Qadimi Qabristan,Mehrauli,

    Qadimi Qabristan Mehrauli,Kh. No. 667, OppositeGandhak Ki-Baoli Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    (30-12-1976 Page No. 34/26)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageMehrauli, Kh. No. 3028/2158/2075/1666, Area 29
    bighas and 15 biswas, near
    Idgah Mehrauli, New Delhi.

    (4-10-1984 Page No. 11/12)

    Tila Qazi Mosque &Graveyard, Mehrauli

    Mosque & Graveyardknown as Tila Qazi,Mehrauli, Kh. No. 646,
    Area 40’x35’.

    (30-12-1976 Page No. 9/32-33)

    Mosque & QabristanRace Course Maidanbehind Maqbara
    Safdarjung, New
    Delhi.

    Mosque, Huzra, Kuan,Qabristan (all within an areaof 2 Bighas), Race Course
    Maidan, New Delhi.

    (8-9-77 Page No. 12/18)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Sheikh Sarai,New Delhi.

    Sarai Kabriuddin aliasSheikh Sarai, Kh. No. 489/55 and 487/439/53 (total
    area 14 bighas 17 biswas,
    Sheikh Sarai, Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 65/372-373), (16-04-1970Page No. 65/372-373)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Sheikh Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Sheikh Sarai, Kh.No. 186 (area 7 biswas),Sheikh Sarai, (Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 66/372-373)

    Mosque known asMasjid Gullakwaliand Graveyard, Village
    Sheikh Sarai,
    New Delhi.

    Village Sheikh Sarai, Kh.No. 61, area (2 bighas, 3biswas) towards South of
    Maqbara Sheikh Kabriuddin
    Aulia, Village Sheikh Sarai,
    (Mosque, Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 67/372-373)

    Dargah Madarsa &Graveyard known asDargah Sheikh Sah
    Alauddin, Noor Taj,
    Village Sheikh Sarai,
    New Delhi.

    Village Sheikh Sarai, Kh.No. 536/136 area (9 bighas,13 biswas) close to Abadi
    of Village Sheikh Sarai,
    (Graveyard, Dargah and
    Majlis Khana or Madarsa).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 68/372-373)

    Muslim Graveyard,known as Qabristan,Sheikh Sarai, New
    Delhi.

    Village Sheikh Sarai, Kh.No. 353/58 area (14biswas) 72 area (3 bighas
    13 biswas) 359/79, area (5
    biswas), Village Dooda
    Sarai, (Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 69/372-373)

    Muslim Graveyards,Village Sheikh Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Sheikh Sarai, Kh.No. 546/371/249 and Kh.No. 258 area (38), Village
    Sulaiman Sarai (Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 70/372-73)

    Muslim Graveyard,known as ChooroonKa-Kunwan wala,
    New Delhi, Village
    Chhattarpur, Tehsil
    Mehrauli, N. Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 349, close to well
    known as Kunwan Badrul
    Islam Village Chhattarpur,
    New Delhi (Graveyard area
    11 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 94/418)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chhattarpur,Tehsil Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 559, close to plot
    known as Budh Tanti, Village
    Chhattarpur (Graveyard,
    area 6 biswas strewn
    with graves).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 95/418)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chhattarpur,Tehsil Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 583, to the South of
    Abadi of Village Chhattarpur
    (Graveyard, area 6 bighas
    17 biswas strewn with
    graves).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 96/418)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chhattarpur,Tehsil Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 590, close to Agriculture
    Farm, Birla Mills, Village
    Chhattarpur (Graveyard,
    area 3 biswas with
    one pacca grave).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 97/418)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chhattarpur,Tehsil Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 617, to the West of
    Abadi of Village Chhattarpur
    (Graveyard area 5 bighas 6
    biswas strewn with graves).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 98/418)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chhattarpur,Tehsil Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 804 (Graveyard area 14
    biswas strewn with graves).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 99/418)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chhattarpur,New Delhi.

    Graveyard on part of Kh.No. 21 of Vill. Chhattarpurwithin an area of 10 biswas.

    (21-10-1982 Page No. 31/34)

    Muslim Graveyard,Suskkha Sayedwala,Village Chhattarpur,
    Mehrauli, N. Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 796 outsideAbadi of Vill. Chhattarpur,
    New Delhi (Graveyard area
    2 bighas 4 biswas, Dargah,
    Mosque.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 83/400)

    Muslim Graveyard,known as BhadduWala, Thak
    Qamaruddin, Vill.
    Chhattarpur, N. D.

    Vill. Chhattarpur, Mehrauli,New Delhi, Kh. No. 865,outside Abadi of Village
    Chhattarpur, New Delhi
    (Graveyard area 11 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 73/398-399)

    Muslim Graveyard,known as QabristanTooti Wala, Village
    Chhattarpur, New
    Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 881 (Graveyard area
    bigha 12 biswas, 1
    Mosque).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 74/398-399)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chhattarpur,Tehsil Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 61 to the East of
    Chhattarpur Abadi site
    chose to nursery (Graveyard
    area 24 bighas 3
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 90/416)

    Johr known as MuslimGraveyard, VillageChhattarpur,
    New Delhi, Tehsil
    Mehrauli, N. Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 80, close to school
    building in Village
    Chhattarpur (Graveyard
    area 3 biswas, 1 grave
    thereon).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 91/416)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chhattarpur,New Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 83, to the East of Village
    Abadi Chhattarpur,
    (Graveyard area 5 bighas 8
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 92/416)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chhattarpur,Tehsil, Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 306, to the East of Abadi
    of Village, Chhattarpur
    (Graveyard area 8 biswas
    with a grave existing).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 93/416)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chhattarpur,Tehsil Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    Village Chhattarpur, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi,(Graveyard area 1 bigha 3
    biswas strewn with
    Graves), Kh. No. 968.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 100/418)

    Muslim Graveyard,known as QabristanBatia Wala, Thok
    Qamaru-ddin, Village
    Chhattarpur,
    Mehrauli, N. Delhi.

    Vill. Chhattarpur, Mehrauli,Kh. No. 976, 977, NewDelhi (Graveyard area 2
    bighas 17 biswas, 1 wall).

    (31-12-1970 Page No. 38/1288-89)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chhattarpur,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageChattarpur, Kh. No. 319/1,measuring 4 biswas.

    (20-6-1985 Page No. 1/10)

    Muslim Graveyard,Lado Sarai,

    Graveyard, Village LadoSarai, Mehrauli, New Delhi,area 2 bighas, 10 biswas,
    Kh. No. 429.

    (25-9-1975 Page No. 388/39)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Lado Sarai,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Village LadoSarai, Kh. No. 481, measuring6 bighas and 3 biswas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 22/21)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Lado Sarai,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Village LadoSarai, Kh. No. 333-M, measuring11 biswas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 17/22-23)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Lado Sarai,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Village LadoSarai, on part of Kh. No.335 within an area of 1
    bigha.

    (21-5-1981 Page No. 21/12)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Lado Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Lado Sarai, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 458, 459,Village Lado Sarai to the
    East of Abadi, Village Lado
    Sarai, (Graveyard, area 1
    bigha 1 biswa, within enclosure
    wall in ruinous condition,
    a Dargah within).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 76/399)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Lado Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Lado Sarai, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 334 alongsideQutab Badarpur Road,
    adjacent to Mosque entered
    at S. No. 77 (Graveyard 19
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 78/399)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Lado Sarai,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Village LadoSarai, Kh. No. 276, measuring1 bigha and 17 biswas.

    (20-6-1985 Page No. 17/10/2)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Ladha Sarai, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 171 (Graveyardarea 8 bighas 9 biswas
    domed Maqbara stand
    within the area).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 98/402)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Ladha Sarai, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 169 (Graveyardarea 4 bighas 5 biswas)

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 99/402)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Ladha Sarai, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 147, 148(Graveyard area 7 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 100/402)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Ladha Sarai, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 150 (Graveyardarea 8 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 101/402)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Ladha Sarai, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 137 (Graveyardarea 10 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 102/402)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Ladha Sarai, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 110 (Graveyardarea 1 bigha 9 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 103/402)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Ladha Sarai, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 180 (Graveyardarea 1 bigha 19
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 104/402)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Ladha Sarai, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 22 (Graveyardarea 13 biswas) Tomb
    of Maulana Moidudidi haji
    Jagarni exists) to the East
    of Qutab Chhattarpur Road.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 105/402)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Ladha Sarai, NewDelhi, to the South ofMosque entered at S. No.
    60 (Graveyard provided
    with pacca enclosure wall).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 61/397)

    Muslim Graveyard,Mosque, Dargah andHujra, Village Ladha
    Sarai, Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard withMosque, Dargah and Hujra,Village Ladha Sarai in a part
    of Kh. No. 217, within an
    area of 30 bighas and 8
    biswas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 4/20)

    Masjid & MuslimGraveyard, VillageLadha Sarai, New
    Delhi.

    A Masjid and Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai, Kh. No.274, area 14 biswas.

    (4-10-1984 Page No. 20/13)

    Masjid & MuslimGraveyard, VillageLadha Sarai, New
    Delhi.

    A Masjid and Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai, Kh. No.294, area 2 bighas 17
    biswas.

    (4-10-1984 Page No. 21/13)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Village LadhaSarai, Kh. No. 432/159/160/161, area 16 biswas.

    (4-10-1984 Page No. 22/13)

    Dargah, Masjid &Graveyard, VillageLadha Sarai, New
    Delhi.

    A Dargah, Masjid & Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,Kh. No. 57, area 27 bighas
    4 biswas.

    (4-10-1984 Page No. 24/13)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Village LadhaSarai, Kh. No. 103, area 1bigha, 4 biswas.

    (4-10-1984 Page No. 25/13)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Ladha Sarai, NewDelhi, Tehsil Mehrauli, Kh.No. 451/279 (Graveyard
    area 4 bighas 3 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 94/401)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Village LadhaSarai, New Delhi, Kh. No.248 (Graveyard area 1 bigha
    8 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 95/401)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Village Ladha Sarai, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 188 (Graveyardarea 1 bigha 10
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 96/401)

    Mosque and Graveyard,Village LadhaSarai, New Delhi.

    Mosque and Graveyard, VillageLadha Sarai, Kh. No.5-M measuring 9 biswas.

    (21-10-1982 Page No. 29/8)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Graveyard, Village LadhaSarai, No. 22, measuring 13biswas.

    (21-10-1982 Page No. 17/12)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Graveyard, Village LadhaSarai on part of Kh. No.within an area of 15 sq. yds.

    (21-10-1982 Page No. 19/30)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    Graveyard with a Mosquein ruinous condition on partof Kh. No. 532/4 within an
    area of 500 sq. yds.

    (21-10-1982 Page No. 20/30)

    Muslim Graveyardand Maqbara, VillageMohammad Pur,
    Munirka, New Delhi.

    A Maqbara and Graveyard,Village Mohammad Pur,Munirka, Kh. No. 634-M
    within an area of 4 bighas
    16 biswas.

    (05-06-1986 Page No. 17/2/4)

    Masjid Munirka,R.K. Puram, NewDelhi.

    Village Munirka, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 649, closeto Market Sector-5, R.K.
    Puram, New Delhi,
    (Mosque, Graveyard, 1
    bigha 2 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 87/376-377)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Village Hauz Khas, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 261 to theSouth of Village Hauz Khas,
    New Delhi (Graveyard area
    3 bighas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 108/420)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Village Hauz Khas, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 262 to theSouth of Village Hauz Khas,
    New Delhi (Graveyard area
    7 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 109/420)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Village Hauz Khas, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 324 to theEast of Village Hauz Khas
    in front of National Poultry
    Farm (Graveyard area 19
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 110/420)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Village Hauz Khas, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 396 to theEast of Village Hauz Khas,
    New Delhi, (Graveyard area
    4 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 111/420)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Village Hauz Khas, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 558/295 tothe North of Village Hauz
    Khas, New Delhi, (Graveyard
    area 4 biswas.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 112/420)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Vill. Hauz Khas, New Delhi,Kh. No. 416 to the SouthEast of Vill. Hauz Khas, N.
    Delhi (Graveyard area 2
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 419/102)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Vill. Hauz Khas, New Delhi,Kh. No. 556/295 to theNorth of Abadi of Vill. Hauz
    Khas, (Graveyard area 5
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 419/103)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Vill. Hauz Khas, New Delhi,Kh. No. 577/295 to theNorth of Abadi site of Vill.
    Hauz Khas, (Graveyard area
    2 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 419/104)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Vill. Hauz Khas, New Delhi,Kh. No. 559/295 to theNorth of Vill. Hauz Khas, N.
    Delhi, (Graveyard area 3
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 419/105)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Vill. Hauz Khas, New Delhi,Kh. No. 560/295 in theNorth of Vill. Hauz Khas, N.
    Delhi, (Graveyard area 3
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 419/106)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Vill. Hauz Khas, New Delhi,Kh. No. 216 to the West ofVill. Hauz Khas, N. Delhi,
    (Graveyard area 6 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 419/107)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Vill. Hauz Khas, New Delhi,Kh. No. 200 Behind Tombof Feroz Shah Tughlaq
    (Graveyard area 8 bighas 1
    biswas with 2 wall type
    Mosques. Also pacca grave
    exist at site).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1352/370)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Village Hauz Khas, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 65, R/o MunicipalSchool Building,
    Sector No. 111, R.K.
    Puram, (Graveyard area 12
    biswas pacca grave exist at
    site).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1352/371)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Hauz Khas,New Delhi.

    Village Basirpur, Kh. No.234, Ashoka ExtensionMosque and Dargah
    Bhoorey Shah, area 1 bigha
    11 biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1352/372)

    Muslim Graveyard,Chandan Hola, NewDelhi.

    Vill. Chandan Hola, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 70/1, 70/2, 70/3, outside
    Abadi of Village
    Chandan Hola (Graveyard
    area 5 bighas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 405/31)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Chandan Hola,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageChandan Hola, Kh. No. 47,measuring 2 bighas 1 biswa.

    (Mutation 10-10-2005)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khirki, NewDelhi.

    A Graveyard, Village Khirki,Kh. No. 152, measuring 1bigha 6 biswas.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 22-23/25)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khirki, NewDelhi.

    Village Khirki, New Delhi,Kh. No. 293 to the NorthEast of the Village Abadi,
    Malvia Nagar, (Graveyard
    area 18 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 403/23)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khirki, NewDelhi.

    Village Khirki, New Delhi,Kh. No. 33 to South Eastof Abadi of Village Khirki,
    New Delhi, (Graveyard 18
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 403/24)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khirki, NewDelhi.

    Village Khirki, New Delhi,Kh. No. 251 to the Northof Abadi, Village Khirki,
    New Delhi (Graveyard area
    5 bighas 14 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 404/25)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khirki, NewDelhi.

    Village Khirki, New Delhi,Kh. No. 81 to the West ofAbadi, Village Khirki, Malvia
    Nagar, New Delhi (Graveyard,
    Maqbara, Mosque
    area 5 bighas 16 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 404/26)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khirki, NewDelhi.

    Village Khirki, New Delhi,Kh. No. 67 to the SouthWest of Abadi, Village
    Khirki, New Delhi (Graveyard
    area 5 bighas 1 biswa).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 404/28)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khirki, NewDelhi.

    Village Khirki, New Delhi,Kh. No. 54 to South ofAbadi, Village Khirki, close
    to quarters of Tooti Sarai,
    New Delhi (Graveyard area
    6 bighas 13 biswas) strew
    with numerous graves, one
    Gumbad.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 404/29)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Gadaipur,New Delhi.

    Village Gadaipur, Kh. No.540, on Gurgaon Road, betweenRoad and Abadi, Village
    Gadaipur, Delhi
    (Graveyard area 2 bighas 5
    biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1286/118)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Gadaipur,known as School
    Islamia, New Delhi.

    Village Gadaipur, Kh. No.509, 510, outside Abadi ofVillage Gadaipur, Delhi
    (Graveyard area 2 bighas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1288/122)

    Idgah and Graveyard,Vill. Gadaipur,Delhi.

    Village Gadaipur, TehsilMehrauli, Kh. No. 228, outsideAbadi of Village
    Gadaipur, Tehsil Mehrauli,
    Delhi (Mosque, Idgah),
    Graveyard, 16 biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1288/123)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Gadaipur,Delhi.

    Village Gadaipur, TehsilMehrauli, Kh. No. 230, outsideAbadi of Village
    Gadaipur, close to Idgah
    (Graveyard 7 bighas 1
    biswa).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1288/124)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Gadaipur,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageGadaipur, Kh. No. 509/1,measuring 1 bigha 16
    biswas, within the M.C.D.
    Primary School Complex.

    (20-6-1985 Page No. 10/6)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    Graveyard, Vill. Mehrauli,on part of Kh. No. 2360/1308, within an area of 2
    biswas.

    (21-10-1982 Page No. 34/52)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Toot Sarai,Malvia Nagar, New
    Delhi.

    Village Toot Sarai, InsideAbadi of Village Toot Sarai,on the back of Mosque,
    adjacent to Mpl. School
    premise, (Graveyard area
    about 4000 sq. yds), 5
    pucca graves & 1 house.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1346/129)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aali, NewDelhi.

    A Graveyard, Village Aali,New Delhi, Kh. No. 248,measuring 1 bigha.

    (5-6-1986 Page No. 4/2/14)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aali, NewDelhi.

    A Graveyard, Village Aali,New Delhi, Kh. No. 287/1,measuring 1 bigha.

    (20-6-1985 Page No. 10/8

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aali, NewDelhi.

    A Graveyard, Village Aali,New Delhi, Kh. No. 240,measuring 5 biswas.

    (20-6-1985 Page No. 10/9

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Aali, NewDelhi.

    A Graveyard, Village Aali,New Delhi, Kh. No. 241,measuring 6 biswas.

    (5-6-1986 Page No. 4/4/21)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Tughlakabad,New Delhi.

    Village Tughlakabad, Kh.No. 1733/371, 167, 111,Tughlakabad Graveyard
    area (3 bighas 6 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1290/5)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Tughlakabad,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageTughlakabad, Kh. No. 144,measuring 7 biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1290-91/5)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Tughlakabad,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageTughlakabad, Kh. No. 145,area 9 biswas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 20/5)

    Mosque, Graveyard,Village Pul Pahlad,New Delhi.

    Village Pul Pahlad, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 199/2,Graveyard area 5 biswas.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 415/58)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village MoradabadPahari, New Delhi.

    Village Moradabad Pahari,New Delhi, Kh. No. 186(area 8 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 412/41)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village MoradabadPahari, New Delhi.

    Village Moradabad Pahari,New Delhi, Kh. No. 164(Graveyard area 7 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 412/42)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village MoradabadPahari, New Delhi.

    Village Moradabad Pahari,New Delhi, Kh. No. 263(Graveyard area 2 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 412/43)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village MoradabadPahari, New Delhi.

    Village Moradabad Pahari,New Delhi, Kh. No. 161(Graveyard area 4 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 412/44)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village MoradabadPahari, New Delhi.

    Village Moradabad Pahari,New Delhi, Kh. No. 151(Graveyard area 5 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 412/45)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village MoradabadPahari, New Delhi.

    Village Moradabad Pahari,New Delhi, Kh. No. 142(Graveyard area 10 biswas.
    No trace of grave).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 412/46)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village MoradabadPahari, New Delhi.

    Village Moradabad Pahari,New Delhi, Kh. No. 140(Graveyard area 2 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 412/47)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village MoradabadPahari, New Delhi.

    Village Moradabad Pahari,New Delhi, Kh. No. 120(Graveyard area 1 bigha 5
    biswas and a Mosque) in
    ruinous condition and a
    dome.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 412/48)

    Graveyard withMosque, VillageMoradabad Pahari,
    New Delhi.

    Village Moradabad Pahari,Kh. No. 260, to the Westof Abadi of Village Munirka
    (Graveyard within pacca
    enclosure wall, with a wall
    type Mosque within and
    two domed Mosoleums existing
    area 3 bighas 17
    biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1314/281)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Raipur Khurd,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard within an areaof 6 biswas of Kh. No. 303(of 1908-09), Kailash
    Colony, New Delhi.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 422/124)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Raipur Khurd,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard within an areaof 2 bighas 5 biswas underKh. No. 305 of Village
    Raipur Khurd, Kailash
    Colony, New Delhi.

    (4-5-1978 Page No. 13/11)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Raipur Khurd,New Delhi.

    Village Raipur Khurd, Kh.No. 66, Adjacent to NalaGraveyard area 2 bigha 17
    biswas (Pacca with wall
    type Mosque and enclosure
    Wall graves exist at site).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1326/321)

    Muslim GraveyardS a y e e d a b a d ,Madanpur Khadar,
    New Delhi.

    Village Sayeedabad close toMadanpur Khadar, Kh. No.14/25, 14/27 of Village
    Sayeedabad Graveyard (2
    bighas 15 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1292/13)

    Masjid Takia Walie,within Graveyard,Villge Badarpur, New
    Delhi.

    Village Badarpur, Kh. No.36/26, alongside MathuraRoad in Village Badarpur
    (Mosque, Graveyard and a
    pacca wall, all lying within
    an area of 3 bighas 6
    biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1286/113)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village MukhmailPur, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageMukhmailpur, Kh. No.331–M, Area 3 bighas 10
    biswas.

    (4-10-1984 Page No. 12/13/27)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Molar Bandh,New Delhi.

    Village Molar Bandh, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 776, outsideBasti Molar Bandh, New
    Delhi, Graveyard area 7
    biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1292/15)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Molar Bandh,New Delhi, known
    as Masjid Wala.

    Village Molar Bandh, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 331, Graveyardarea 5 biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1292/16)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Saidul Ajaib,New Delhi.

    Village Saidul Ajaib, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 761, 762 tothe West of Abadi of Village
    Saidul Ajaib, New Delhi.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 380/22)

    Khanqah SaidulAjaib, Mehrauli withGraveyard and
    Mosque in Village
    Saidul Ajaib,

    Village Saidul Ajaib, NewDelhi, to the South of VillageSaidul Ajaib, New Delhi
    (walled enclosure with a
    Mosque, Dome, Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 398/69)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Begumpur,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageBegumpur, New Delhi, Kh.No. 12/7/1, within an area
    of 1 bigha 1 biswa (Palam
    Circle).

    (5-6-1986 Page No. 2-4/9)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Begumpur,New Delhi.

    Village Begumpur, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 110 to theWest of Abadi of Village
    Begumpur, New Delhi,
    (Graveyard area 2 bighas 8
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 399/80)

    Muslim Graveyard,Villag Begumpur,New Delhi.

    Village Begumpur, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 155 to theWest of Abadi of Village
    Begumpur, New Delhi,
    (Graveyard area 1 bigha 14
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 399/81)

    Muslim Graveyard,known as DargahHassan Khan, Village
    Naib Sarai, New
    Delhi.

    Village Naib Sarai, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 201/1, outsideAbadi of Village Naib
    Sarai, New Delhi, (Graveyard,
    area 19 biswas, with
    a Dargah within).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 398/68)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Deoli, NewDelhi.

    Village Deoli, New Delhi,Kh. No. 421, Village Deolito the South of Abadi of
    Village Deoli, (Graveyard,
    area 1 bigha 6 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 399/75)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Pooth Kalan,New Delhi.

    Village Pooth Kalan, Kh. No.42/13/3, to the South of VillagePooth Kalan, New
    Delhi, (Graveyard area 1
    bigha 7 biswas) strewn
    with graves.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 422/121)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village RajpurChawani, Delhi.

    Village Rajpur Chawani, Kh.No. 485, 487, inside RoopNagar Colony, Delhi,
    (Graveyard area 5 bighas 2
    biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1322/304)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Bijwasan,New Delhi.

    Village Bijwasan, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 853, closeto Rly. line, Vill. Bijwasan,
    N. Delhi, (Graveyard area
    16 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 403/19)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Shahpur Jat,New Delhi.

    Village Shahpur Jat, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 14, at theback of Mosque known as
    Masjid Mohamadi, Village
    Shahpur Jat, New Delhi,
    (Graveyard area 3 bighas,
    14 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 403/22)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Bagroula,New Delhi.

    Village Bagroula, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 156, to theEast of Village Bagroula,
    New Delhi, (Graveyard area
    3 bighas 12 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 405/35)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Bagroula, NewDelhi.

    Village Bagroula, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 159, in the East of Village
    Bagroula, New Delhi
    (Graveyard area 11 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 405/37)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Sahoor Pur,New Delhi.

    Village Sahoor Pur, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 88, close toDargah Pir Sahib in Village
    Sahoor Pur, New Delhi,
    (Graveyard area 2 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 403/21)

    Graveyard MadangirCamp, New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, J.J. Colony,Madangir Camp, N. Delhi.

    (4-5-1978 S. No. 16)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Satbari, TehsilMehrauli, N. Delhi.

    Village Satbari, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 4 outside Abadi and to
    the West of Village Satbari
    (Graveyard area 9 bighas
    14 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 416/84)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Satbari, TehsilMehrauli, N. Delhi.

    Village Satbari, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 11 to the West of Village
    Abadi in Village Satbari
    Graveyard area 3 bighas 11
    biswas.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 416/85)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Satbari,Tehsil Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    Village Satbari, TehsilMehrauli, New Delhi, Kh.No. 16 to the West of Vill.
    Satbari (Graveyard area 1
    bigha 12 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 416/87)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mundka,New Delhi.

    Village Mundka, New Delhi,Kh. No. 2699/1784 (Graveyardarea 2 bighas 19
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 414/60)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Sultanpur,New Delhi.

    Vill. Sultanpur, New Delhi,Kh. No. 236, close to Agr.Farm of Daya Ram, Village
    Sultanpur, New Delhi,
    (Graveyard area 4 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 405/39)

    Dargah & Qabristan,Village Sultanpur,Mehrauli, N. Delhi.

    A Dargah & Qabristan,known as Naugaza Peer,Kh. No. 431 measuring 4
    bighas, Vill. Sultanpur, New
    Delhi.

    (5-6-1986 Page No. 15/2/4)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ghatorni,Mehrauli Circle,
    New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageGhatorni, Kh. No. 298/150,measuring 5 biswas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 20/13)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Sarai Shahji,New Delhi.

    Village Sarai Shahji, Kh. No.213/69, to the East of“Moor Malvia Nagar”, New
    Delhi (Graveyard area 17
    biswas), one wall type
    Mosque in ruins.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 420/114)

    Graveyard, VillageChiragh Delhi.

    Village Chiragh Delhi, towardsSouth of Tomb ofBehlol Lodhi, (Graveyard
    within the pucca enclosure)

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1348/230-I)

    Muslim Graveyard,Dargah and Masjid,Vill. Chiragh Delhi,
    New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Dargah &Masjid, Kh. No. 351/3/1,measuring 8 bighas 19
    biswas, Vill. Chiragh Delhi,
    New Delhi.

    (5-6-1986 Page No. 23/414)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Tigri, NewDelhi.

    Village Tigri, New Delhi,Kh. No. 151, outside Abadiof Village Tigri, towards
    South West of Badarpur
    Road, New Delhi (Graveyard,
    area 1 bigha 11 biswas
    with graves existing).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 398/71)

    Muslim Qabristan,Village Hauz Rani,Malvia Nagar, New
    Delhi.

    Village Hauz Rani, Kh. No.194 area 9 bighas 7 biswas,Graveyard.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 354/28)

    Muslim QabristanQadim, Village HauzRani, Malvia Nagar,
    New Delhi.

    Village Hauz Rani, area 5bighas 11 biswas, Kh. No.197, Graveyard.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 354/29)

    Muslim Qabristan,Village Hauz Rani,Malvia Nagar, New
    Delhi.

    Village Hauz Rani, area 9bighas 16 biswas, Graveyard.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 354/30)

    Muslim Qabristan,Village Hauz Rani,Malvia Nagar, New
    Delhi.

    Village Hauz Rani, Kh. No.184, area 3 bighas 2 biswas,Graveyard.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 31/554)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Kaloo Sarai,New Delhi.

    Vill. Kaloo Sarai, Kh. No.120, 190, close to DargahHzt. Ziauddin Roomi in Vill.
    Kaloo Sarai, (Graveyard
    area 7 bighas 3 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 370/60)

    Muslim Graveyard,known as Takia SaraiSuhel, New Delhi.

    Village Sarai Suhel, insideAbadi and close to MasjidSarai Suhel, New Delhi,
    Mazar (Pacca).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 422/123)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Raipur Khurd,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, within anarea of 6 biswas of Kh. No.303 (of 1908–09), Kailash
    Colony, New Delhi.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 422/123)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Raipur Khurd,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, within anarea of 2 bighas 5 biswas,under Kh. No. 305 of Village
    Raipur Khurd, Kailash
    Colony, New Delhi.

    (4-5-1978 Page No. 13/11)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 90/5/2 (Graveyardarea 5 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 414/63)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 92/1/2 (Graveyardarea 12 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 414/64)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Vill. Palam, New Delhi, Kh.No. 31/18/2 (Graveyardarea 1 bigha 14 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 414/65)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 30/10/2 (Graveyardarea 11 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 414/66)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 139 (Graveyardarea 2 bighas 11 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 414/67)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 163 (Graveyard,walled Mosque (Idgah) with
    land 15 bighas 4 biswas.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 414/68)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 89/21/2, (Graveyardarea 7 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 414/69)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 39/13/2 (Graveyardarea 6 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 414/70)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 89/11/2 (Graveyardarea 15 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 415/71)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 80/1/2 (Graveyardarea 11 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 415/72)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 70/15/2 (Graveyardarea 10 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 415/73)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 69/18/2 (Graveyardarea 1 bigha 13
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 415/74)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 69/2 (Graveyardarea 1 bigha 11 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 415/75)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 88/12/3 (Graveyardarea 4 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 415/76)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palam, NewDelhi.

    Village Palam, New Delhi,Kh. No. 61/25/3 (Graveyard1 bigha 9 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 415/77)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village QamruddinNagar, New Delhi.

    Village Qamruddin Nagar,New Delhi, Kh. No. 49,(Graveyard area 8 bighas
    18 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 415/78)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Rajhapur,New Delhi.

    Village Rajha Pur, PalamCircle, New Delhi, Kh. No.293, adjacent to the Abadi
    site of Village Rajhapur,
    Graveyard area (1 biswa).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 427/150)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Karari SulamanNagar, New Delhi.

    Village Karari SulamanNagar, New Delhi, Kh. No.65/7, 8 to the North of Village
    Karari Sulaman Nagar,
    New Delhi, Graveyard area
    (1 bigha 16 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 136/424)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village ShahabadMohammadpur, N.
    Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageShahabad Mohammadpur,Kh. No. 171, 172 & 173
    within an area of 4 bighas
    (Palam Circle).

    (5-6-1986 Page No. 4/7)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Paprawat,Palam Circle, New
    Delhi.

    Village Paprawat, PalamCircle, New Delhi, Kh. No.354, near Johar Tank,
    (Graveyard open for burial
    area 8 biswas several
    Kachcha grave exist).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 427/149)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Pindwala Khurd,Delhi.

    Village Pindwala Khurd, Kh.No. 33/25/2, outside Abadiof Village Pindwala Khurd,
    Delhi, (Graveyard area 1
    bigha 5 biswas) several
    pacca graves in existence.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 425/138)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Pindwala Khurd,Delhi.

    Village Pindwala Khurd, Kh.No. 17/9/2, Village PindwalaKhurd, outside Abadi of Village
    Pindwala Khurd, near
    plot of Pahlad. (Graveyard
    area 3 bighas 15 biswas)
    several pacca graves in existence.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 425/139)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jhatikra, N.Delhi.

    Village Jhatikra, New Delhi,Palam Circle, Kh. No. 258,Village Jhatikra, outside the
    Abadi of Village Jhatikra towards
    North East (Graveyard
    with a wall type
    Mosque in ruins) area 2
    bighas 3 biswas.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 426/143)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jhatikra,Palam Circle, New
    Delhi.

    Village Jhatikra, PalamCircle, New Delhi, Kh. No.461 to the South of Abadi
    site of Village Jhatikra
    (Graveyard area 11 bighas
    19 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 426/144)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Madipur,Palam Circle, New
    Delhi.

    Village Madipur, Kh. No.1297, outside of VillageAbadi towards South,
    Graveyard area 18 biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1302–03/221)

    Muslim Graveyard,Madipur, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, within anarea of about 8 bighaswithin a pacca walled enclosure
    Madipur, Delhi.

    (4-5-1978 Page No. 12/5)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Nasirpur,New Delhi.

    Village Nasirpur, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 510 (Graveyardarea 2 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 415/81)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Nasirpur,New Delhi.

    Village Nasirpur, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 653 (Graveyardarea 3 bighas 12
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 415/82)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Nasirpur,New Delhi.

    Kh. No. 615, area 6 bighas2 biswas, Muslim Graveyard,Village Nasirpur,
    Palam Circle, New Delhi.

    (25-9-1975 Page No. 38/384)

    Muslim Graveyard,Mauza Palam,

    Muslim Graveyard withwall and chabutra, MouzaPalam, New Delhi, measuring
    10 biswas.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 415/73)

    Takia, Vill. Naraina,Palam Circle, Delhi.

    Village Naraina, Kh. No.1656, near Govt. HigherSecondary School, Village
    Naraina, (Graveyard area 5
    bighas 16 biswas) graves
    exist on the land.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1308/9)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Naraina, NewDelhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageNaraina, Kh. No. 150/1,measuring 12 biswas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 22–23/22)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Kakrola, PalamCircle, New Delhi.

    Village Kakrola, Kh. No.187, towards West ofAbadi of Village, (Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 4 biswas, two
    Kachcha graves exist).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 434/202)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Tikri, PalamCircle, Delhi.

    Village Tikri, Kh. No. 1895,outside Abadi and towardsEast of Village Tikri (Graveyard
    area 5 bighas 8
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 203/435)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Hastsal, PalamCircle, Delhi.

    Village Hastsal, Delhi, Kh.No. 55/14/3, near Joharbearing Kh. No. 55/13, Village
    Hastsal Graveyard area
    15 biswas, several Kachcha
    grave exist.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 425/140)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chawala,New Delhi.

    Village Chawala, CirclePalam, Kh. No. 106, to theNorth of Village Chawala,
    New Delhi, (Graveyard area
    2 bighas 8 biswas, with
    graves).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 422/122)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Chawala,New Delhi.

    Village Chawala, Kh. No.303, to the South West ofVillage Abadi Chawala,
    New Delhi (Graveyard area
    4 bighas 2 biswas) strewn
    with graves.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 424/137)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Khayala, PalamCircle, Delhi.

    Village Khayala, Kh. No. 9/19, outside Village Abadi(Graveyard area 4 bighas
    16 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1304–5/236)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jwala Heri,Palam Circle, Delhi.

    Village Jwala Heri, Kh. No.15/7/4, outside Village Abadi(Graveyard area 13
    biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1314–15/279)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village PandwalaKhurd, Palam Circle,
    Delhi.

    Village Pandwala Khurd,Kh. No. 42, adjacent to VillageAbadi towards East,
    Graveyard area 1 bigha 9
    biswas pacca graves exist
    at site.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1328–29/324)

    Takia (Graveyard),Kachacha Tihar,Najafgarh Road,
    New Delhi.

    Najafgarh Zone, VillageKachcha Tihar, alongNajafgarh Road, New
    Delhi, Kh. No. 296, area 6
    bighas 6 biswas (Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 304/5)

    Takia (Graveyard),Kachacha Tihar,Najafgarh Road,
    New Delhi.

    Najafgarh Zone, VillageKachcha Tihar, Kh. No.299 (area 18 biswas) on the
    back of Cinema Building,
    Village Kachacha Tihar,
    (Muslim Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 364/6)

    Muslim Graveyard,known as TakiaChaman-wala, Village
    Kachacha Tihar,
    Delhi.

    Village Kachacha Tihar,Delhi, Kh. No. 1575, VillageKachacha Tihar, Graveyard
    area 21 bigha 5 biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1295/7)

    Muslim Graveyard,Attey Wala, VillageKachacha Tihar,
    New Delhi.

    Village Kachacha Tihar,New Delhi, Kh. No. 174,outside Abadi of Village
    Kachacha Tihar, New Delhi,
    (Graveyard 1 biswa).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 407/8)

    Muslim Graveyard,Garhi Wala, VillageKachcha Tihar, New
    Delhi.

    Village Kachcha Tihar, NewDelhi, Kh. No. 1327, outsideAbadi of Village
    Kachcha Tihar, New Delhi,
    (Graveyard, Wall, Dargah,
    area 1 bigha).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 407/9)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Najafgarh,Dehi.

    Village Najafgarh, Delhi, Kh.No. 11/6, outside Abadi ofVillage Najafgarh, Graveyard
    area 8 bighas graves
    both Kachacha and Pucca
    in fairly good number exist.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 428/156)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Najafgarh,Dehi.

    Village Najafgarh, Delhi, Kh.No. 19/1/1, near Johar(Tank), Village Najafgarh,
    Delhi Graveyard area 1
    bigha 12 biswas both
    Kachcha and Pucca graves
    exist therein.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 428/157)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Najafgarh,Dehi.

    Village Najafgarh, Kh. No.18/8/5, at the back of paccapiao Najafgarh, Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 2 biswas the
    area is strewn with graves.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 428/158)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Najafgarh,Dehi.

    Village Najafgarh, Kh. No.23/5/2 to the East of VillageNajafgarh, Graveyard area
    1 bigha 14 biswas strewn
    with pacca graves all over.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 428/159)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Najafgarh,Dehi.

    Village Najafgarh, Kh. No.22/19/2, to the East of Abadiof Village Najafgarh, Delhi
    (Graveyard area 17 biswas,
    number of pucca graves
    exist on the land).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 428/160)

    Muslim Graveyard,known as QabristanPanjpir, Village
    Najafgarh, Delhi.

    Village Najafgarh, insideAbadi near Goshala, Graveyardarea approximately 200
    sq. yards, few Kachacha
    graves exist therein.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 428/161)

    Muslim Graveyard,Najafgarh, Delhi.

    Muslim Graveyard,Najafgarh, Delhi, Kh. No.15/13, area 9 bighas, 14
    biswas.

    (30-12-1970 Page No. 8/32–33)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Roshanpura,Najafgarh Circle,
    New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Vill. RoshanPura on part of Kh. No.264, within an area of 15
    biswas.

    (21-5-1981 Page No. 4/10–11)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Roshanpura,Najafgarh Circle,
    New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageRoshanpura, Kh. No. 340,measuring 4 bighas 10
    biswas.

    (21-5-1981 Page No. 10/10)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Roshanpura,Najafgarh Circle,
    New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageRoshanpura, Kh. No. 349,measuring 4 bighas 6
    biswas.

    (21-5-1981 Page No. 11/10–11)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Roshanpura,Najafgarh Circle,
    Delhi.

    Village Roshanpura, Delhi,Kh. No. 226, 235, outsideAbadi of the Village towards
    East (Graveyard area 9
    bighas 12 biswas) graves
    exist on the land.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 192/433)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Kerala,Najafgarh Circle,
    Delhi.

    Village Kerala, NajafgarhCircle, Kh. No. 985, outsideAbadi of Village Kerala, towards
    East (Graveyard area
    7 bighas 3 biswas), graves
    exist.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 193/433)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Sarangpur,Najafgarh Circle,
    Delhi.

    Village Sarangpur, Kh. No.155, near Talab bearing Kh.No. 160/1, to the West of
    Abadi (Graveyard raised
    platform with a pucca grave
    thereon exists area 10
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 179/431)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Dindarpur,Najafgarh Circle,
    Delhi.

    Village Dindarpur, Delhi,Kh. No. 510, outside Abadiof Village Dindarpur
    (Graveyard area 7 bighas
    10 biswas Kachcha graves
    in large number exist.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 153/427)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Jafarpur, Delhi.

    Village Jafarpur, CircleNajafgarh, inside Abadi adjacentto the house of
    Nanoo and Baddoo (Graveyard
    area bout 200 sq. yds.
    kachcha graves).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 171/430)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Pitampura,Najafgarh Circle,
    Delhi.

    Vill. Pitampura, NajafgarhCircle, Kh. No. 483 to theWest of Abadi (Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 9 biswas,
    Pucca & Kachcha graves
    exist).

    (16-4-1970 Page No.1731/430)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Rawta, DelhiNajafgarh Circle,

    Village Rawta, Kh. No. 424,near Dharamshala of Sajjanto the South of Abadi of
    Village Rawta (Graveyard
    area 17 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.205/1300–1301)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Devrala,Najafgarh, Delhi.

    Village Devrala, NajafgarhCircle, Delhi, Kh. No. 32 tothe West of Village Abadi
    near Zohar (Graveyard area
    1 bigha 4 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.211/1300–1301)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Jharoda Kalan,Delhi,

    Village Jharoda Kalan, Kh.No. 164, outside VillageAbadi towards East (Graveyard
    area 3 bighas 14
    biswas Kachacha graves
    exists at site).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.317/1326–27)

    Muslim Graveyard,Mauza Kakrola,Najafgarh Circle,
    Delhi.

    Qabristan, Village Kakrola,Kh. No. 187, area 1 bigha 4biswas.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 434/202)

    Muslim Graveyard,Barhella,

    Qabristan, Kh. No. 28/6/2,area 1 bigha 4 biswas in VillageBarhella, Najafgarh,
    Delhi.

    (25-9-1975 Page No. 40/41/12)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Nizampur,Najafgarh Circle,
    Delhi.

    Village Nizampur, Kh. No.8, adjacent to Abadi towardsNorth (Graveyard
    area 6 bighas 7 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 181/431)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Jonti, NajafgarhCircle, Delhi.

    Village Jonti, Kh. No. 732,outside Abadi to the South(Graveyard area 1 bigha 6
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 180/431)

    Graveyard, VillageK a n j a w a l a ,Najafgarh Circle,
    Delhi,

    Village Kanjawala, Delhi,Kh. No. 69/5/2, near JoharChohan to the West of Village
    Kanjawala, Graveyard
    area 10 biswas.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 155/427)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Sadhora Khurd,Delhi.

    Village Sadhora Khurd, Kh.No. 553/440/195, 1285/439/195, near Choraha Saraj
    Ruhillah (Graveyard area 2
    bighas 2 biswas, pacca
    graves exist at site).

    (19-6-1997 Page No. 2/6)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Haibatpur,Najafgarh Circle,
    Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 44/28, Village Haibatpur,measuring 19 biswa,
    Najafgarh Circle, Delhi.

    (21-6-1979 Page No. 22/10–11)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Haibatpur,Najafgarh Circle,
    Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Vill.Haibatpur, Kh. No.31/28,measuring 14 biswas.

    (21-6-1979 Page No. 22/12)

    Muslim Graveyard,Patti Haibatpur,Delhi.

    Kh. No. 43/28, area 11bighas 4 biswas, PattiHaibatpur, Village Najafgarh,
    Delhi.

    (25-9-1975 Page No. 38/385)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Narela, Delhi.

    Village Narela, Kh. No. 325,adjacent to Village Abaditowards South (Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 10 biswas
    traces of kachcha graves
    exist).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1316/286)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Narela, Delhi.

    Village Narela, Kh. No. 326,adjacent to Village Abaditowards South (Graveyard
    area 14 biswas, traces of
    kachcha graves exist).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1316/287)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Narela, Delhi.

    Village Narela, Kh. No. 314,adjacent to Village Abaditowards South (Graveyard
    area 8 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1316/288)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Narela, Delhi.

    Village Narela, Kh. No. 308,adjacent to Village Abaditowards South (Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 2 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1316/289)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Narela, Delhi.

    Village Narela, Kh. No. 301,adjacent to Village Abaditowards South (Graveyard
    area 11 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1316/290)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Narela, Delhi.

    Village Narela, Kh. No. 115,adjacent to Village Abadi(Graveyard area 12
    biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1316/291)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Narela, Delhi.

    Village Narela, Kh. No. 296,adjacent to the Village Abaditowards South (Graveyard
    area) (1 bigha 18 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1322/298)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Barwala, CircleNarela, Delhi.

    Vill. Barwala, Kh. No. 86,outside Village Abadi towardsSouth, alongside
    Delhi Bawana Road,
    (Graveyard area 6 bighas
    14 biswas, 4 shops nearby
    built, 1 pacca Mazar and
    kachacha graves exist).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1302/222)

    Takia Graveyard, VillageBakhtawarpur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Bakhtawarpur, Kh.No. 120/97, close to VillageAbadi towards West
    (Graveyard area 6 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1314/267)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Bakhtawarpur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Vill. Bakhtawarpur, Kh. No.27/27, outside Vill. Abaditowards South (Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 10 biswas),
    kachcha graves are in existence
    over the land).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1312/268)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Bakhtawarpur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Bakhtawarpur, Kh.No. 28/28, outside VillageAbadi towards East (Graveyard
    area 1 bigha kachacha
    graves are in existence).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1312/269)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Bakhtawarpur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Vill. Bakhtawarpur, Kh. No.29, outside Vill. Abadi towardsEast (Graveyard area
    8 biswas, kachacha graves
    are in existence).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1312/270)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Bakhtawarpur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Vill. Bakhtawarpur, Kh. No.36/28, outside Vill. Abaditowards South (Graveyard
    area 2 bighas 2 biswas,
    kachacha graves are in existence
    on the land).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1312/271)

    Takia, VillageBakhtawar Pur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Vill. Bakhtawarpur, Kh. No.120/40/2, adjacent to Vill.Abadi near Mosque (Graveyard
    takia area 11 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1312/273)

    Takia, VillageBakhtawar Pur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Vill. Bakhtawarpur, Kh. No.120/45/3, adjacent to Vill.Abadi near (Mosque takia
    graveyard area 2 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1312/274)

    Takia, VillageBakhtawar Pur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Villag Bakhtawarpur, Kh.No. 120/66, adjacent to VillageAbadi to the West takia
    (Graveyard area 6 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1314/277)

    Muslim Graveyard,Villag Bakkarwala,Najafgarh, Circle
    Delhi,

    Vill. Bakkarwala, NajafgarhCircle, Kh. No. 9/12/2, near“Basti Kumharan” (Graveyard
    area 10 biswas),
    kachacha graves exist.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 429/169)

    Takia, VillageBakhtawar Pur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Bakhtawarpur, Kh.No. 120/85/3, adjacent toVillage Abadi to the West
    takig (Graveyard area 10
    biswas this exist one pacca,
    Tomb within pacca enclosure).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1314/278)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Basai Darapur,Delhi,

    Village Basai Darapur, Kh.No. 1531, adjacent to VillageAbadi towards South
    alongside road (Graveyard
    area 3 bighas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1328/327)

    Muslim Graveyard,Basai Darapur, Delhi,

    Qabristan, Kh. No. 2775/738, area 1 bigha, BasaiDarapur, Delhi.

    (25-9-1975 Page No. 41/23)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Jahangirpuri,Delhi,

    A Graveyard, J.J. Colony,Jahangirpuri, Kh. No. 411,area 1 bigha 10 biswas.

    4-5-1978 Page No. 1/4)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village BhalswaJahangirpur, Delhi.

    Vill. Bhalswa Jahangirpur,Delhi, Kh. No. 959, to theSouth of Abadi (Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 10 biswas
    graves exist).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 430/175)

    Graveyard known asTakia Dhol Siras,Vill. Dhol Siras, New
    Delhi.

    Village Dhol Siras, insideAbadi of Village Dhol Siras,New Delhi (Graveyard with
    apacca enclosure wall).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 422/125)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Majra,

    Muslim Graveyard, VillageMajra, Mochi Bagh, Delhi,Kh. No. 293, area 5 bighas
    8 biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1390/91)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village ChokriMubarakabad, Delhi,

    Village Chokri MubarakaBad, Kh. No. 516, alongsideOld Rohtak Road, Delhi
    (Graveyard area 4 bighas 1
    biswa, pacca wall).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1310/256)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village ChokriMubarakabad, Delhi.

    Vill. Chokri Mubarakabad,Kh. No. 597/359, near DayaBasti Railway Station alongside
    New Rohtak Road
    (Graveyard area 5 bighas
    13 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1310/257)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village ChokriMubarakabad, Delhi.

    Vill. Chokri Mubarakabad,Kh. No. 594/394, 595/394,near Zakhira alongside
    Najafgarh Road, (Graveyard
    area 6 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1344/353)

    Muslim Graveyard,known as Faqironwala, Vill. Bhorgarh,
    Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Bhorgarh, insideAbadi of the Village near OldWall (Graveyard area about
    3 bighas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1326/318)

    Takia (Graveyard),Village Bazidpur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Bazidpur, inside VillageAbadi near plots ofSubedar Chheda Ram
    (Graveyard area about 200
    sq. yds).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1324/308)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Bazidpur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Vill. Bazidpur, Kh. No. 84,85, outside Village Abadinear Corporation area 18
    biswas Kachcha graves exist
    at site).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1324/309)

    Dargah Panjpir, VillageBazidpur, CircleNarela, Delhi.

    Vill. Bazidpur, Kh. No. 8/17,outside Village Abadi towardsWest Graveyard area
    5 biswas, Dargah has been
    ruined).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1324/310)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Auchandi,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Auchandi, Kh. No.23/10, outside Village Abadialongside Auchandi Road,
    Graveyard area (4 bighas
    16 biswas) 2 pacca enclosure
    wall exist).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1302/224)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Bharthal,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageBharthal, Kh. No. 41/27,measuring 10 biswas.

    (20-6-1985 Page No. 10/7)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Kureni, CircleNarela, Delhi.

    Village Kureni, Kh. No. 70,adjacent to Village Abaditowards North (Graveyard
    area 33 bighas 9 biswas)
    both pacca and kachcha
    graves are in existence.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1310/264)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Kureni, CircleNarela, Delhi.

    Village Kureni, Kh. No. 72,adjacent to Village Abaditowards North (Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 15 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1324/313)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jat Khor,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Jat Khor, Kh. No.82, outside Village Abadi,towards North (Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 3 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1304/230)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jat Khor,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Jat Khor, Kh. No.83, outside Village Abadi,towards North (Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 10 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1304/231)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jat Khor,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Jat Khor, Kh. No.84, outside Village Abadi,towards North (Graveyard
    area 3 bigha 9 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1304/232)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jat Khor,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Jat Khor, Kh. No.79, outside Village Abadi,towards North (Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 4 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1304/233)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village HamidpurCircle Narela, Delhi.

    Vill. Hamid Pur, Kh. No. 53,outside Vill. Abadi, towardsSouth (Graveyard area 4
    bighas 16 biswas), Kachcha
    graves are in existence at
    site.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1322/302)

    Takia (Graveyard),Village Hamidpur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Hamidpur, Kh. No.64, adjacent to VillageAbadi, (Graveyard area 13
    biswas) with Kachacha enclosure
    wall, Kachacha
    graves are in existence at
    site.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1322/303)

    Muslim Graveyard,Mouza Khera Kalan,

    Qabristan, Kh. No. 39/13,14, 17 and 27 measuring 4bighas 15 biswas, Mouca
    Khera Kalan, Delhi.

    (25-9-1975 Page No. 13/39)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khera Kalan,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Khera Kalan, No. 39/27, outside Village Abadi(Graveyard area 7 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No. 27/29)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village bakner, CircleNarela, Delhi.

    Village Bakner, Kh. No. 43/11, 43/12, 43/13, 43/14, 43/15, 43/19, outside village
    Abadi at the back of the
    Muncipal School of the village
    Graveyard area (28
    bighas 16 biswas) (pacca
    and Kachacha graves are in
    existence on the land).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1310/262)

    Takia Village Bakner.

    Takia Village Bakner, Delhi,Kh. No. 1386, area 18biswas.

    (30-12-1976 Page No. 28/34)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village AkbarpurMajra, Circle Narela,
    Delhi.

    Vill. Akbarpur Majra, Kh.No. 71, adjacent to Vill.Abadi towards East Graveyard
    area (1 bigha 3 biswas)
    Kachacha graves exist.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.295/1316-17)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village DaryapurKalan, Circle Narela,
    Delhi.

    Vill. Daryapur Kalan, Kh.Nos. 104, 105, outside Vill.Abadi alongside Kachacha
    Road, Heading to Ghoja
    (Graveyard area 6 bighas
    15 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1300-1301/207)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Alipur, CircleNarela, Delhi.

    Vill. Alipur, Kh. No. 1172,outside Vill. Abadi towardsEast, Graveyard area (14
    bighas 12 biswas) with a
    wall type Mosque and a
    Wall, Kachacha graves are
    in existence at site).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.301/1322-23)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Saraspur, AlipurCircle, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageSaraspur, Kh. No. 771/1,measuring 1 bigha 1 biswa.

    (21-5-1981 Page No. 5/10-11)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Saraspur, AlipurCircle, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageSaraspur, Kh. No. 772/1,measuring 19 biswas.

    (21-05-1981 Page No. 6/10-11)

    Mosque (unnamed),Vill. Saraspur, AlipurCircle, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageSaraspur, Kh. No. 772/2,measuring 3 bighas.

    (21-05-1981 Page No. 10/7)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Badli, Delhi.

    Vill. Badli, Kh. No. 52/36,to the South of Abadi(Graveyard area 1 bigha 10
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 431/176)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Samaypur,Delhi.

    Village Samaypur, Kh. No.6/27, towards North ofAbadi alongside G.T. Road,
    Delhi (Graveyard area 6
    bighas 2 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 431/177)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Samaypur,Delhi.

    Village Samaypur, Kh. No.13/28, towards North ofAbadi of Village Samaypur,
    Delhi, (Graveyard area 1
    bigha 10 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 431/178)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Mangash Pur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Mangash Pur, Kh.No. 6/26, outside VillageAbadi towards North
    (Graveyard area 3 bighas 7
    biswas). Several Kachacha
    graves exist.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1302/223)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Bagh Mochi,New Delhi.

    Village Bagh Mochi, closeto Masjid Bagh Mochi, NewDelhi (Graveyard).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 398/70)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Sadhora Khurd,Delhi.

    Village Sadhora Khurd, Kh.No. 604/263, New RohtakRoad, Delhi, Graveyard
    area 17 bighas 12 biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.245/1306-7)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Singhu, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageSinghu, Kh. No. 36/1/1,measuring 2 bighas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 24/22-23)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Salahpur Majra,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Salahpur Majra, Kh.Nos. 20/20, 20/21, outsideVillage Abadi towards West
    (Graveyard area 9 bighas
    12 biswas, many kachacha
    graves exist, burial is continuing).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.229/1304-5)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Salahpur Majra,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Vill. SalahpurMajra, Kh. No. 25/7/1, measuring2 bighas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 30/22-23)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Salahpur Majra,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Vill. SalahpurMajra, Kh. No. 25/8/2, measuring3 bighas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 31/22-23)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Salahpur Majra,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Vill. SalahpurMajra, Kh. No. 25/13/1,measuring 13 biswas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 32/22-23)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Salahpur Majra,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Vill. SalahpurMajra, Kh. No. 25/14/1,measuring 8 biswas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 33/22-23)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Salahpur Majra,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Vill. SalahpurMajra, Kh. No. 25/3/2, measuring5 biswas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 34/22-23)

    Muslim Graveyard,Punjab Khor, CircleNarela, Delhi.

    Vill. Punjab Khor, Kh. No.709, outside Vill. Abadi towardsWest alongside road
    (Graveyard area 62 bighas
    15 biswas) pacca graves
    are in existence.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1310/259)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village MangolpurKalan, New Delhi.

    Vill. Mangolpur Kalan, Kh.No. 115, to the North ofAbadi of Vill. Mangolpur
    Kalan, New Delhi, Graveyard
    area 1 bigha 1 biswa.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 421/116)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Rithala, NewDelhi.

    Vill. Rithala, Kh. No. 710/107, to the South of Vill.Rithala, New Delhi, (Graveyard
    13 bighas 14 biswas,
    1 strewn with graves old
    and new).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 421/117)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village NangalThakran, Circle
    Narela, Delhi.

    Village Nangal Thakran, Kh.No. 4/27, outside Abadi ofthe Village near pond
    (Graveyard area 18 biswas,
    Kachacha graves exist at
    site).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.307/1324-25)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mamoorpur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Mamoorpur, Kh.No. 310, outside VillageAbadi alongside Narela
    Bhorgarh Road (Graveyard
    area 4 bighas 17 biswas),
    both kachacha and pacca
    graves exist in number.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1314/283)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mamoorpur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Mamoorpur, Kh.No. 490, adjacent to Abadiof Village Narela to the
    South (Graveyard area 15
    bighas pacca graves in large
    number are scattered over
    the entire land).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1314/284)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mamoorpur,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Mamoorpur, Kh.No. 457, adjacent to VillageAbadi towards South
    (Graveyard area 5 bighas 6
    biswas) a number of old
    kachacha and pucca graves
    are in existence at site.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1322/297)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Bawana,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Bawana, Kh. No.200 to the West of VillageAbadi (Graveyard area 3
    bighas 12 biswas) and
    pacca wall, graves exist on
    the land.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1300-1/213)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Tajpur Kalan,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Tajpur Kalan, Kh.No. 13/27, outside Abaditowards North Graveyard
    area 9 biswas, kachacha
    graves exist.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1316-17/294)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Tajpur Kalan,Narela Circle, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Village TajpurKalan, Kh. No. 13/20, measuring4 bighas 12 biswas.

    (20-6-1985 Page No. 13/10)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palla, CircleNarela, Delhi.

    Village Palla, Kh. No. 61/6/1, outside Village Abadi towardsSouth (Graveyard
    area 10 biswas, kachacha
    graves are in existence
    thereon).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1314-15/282)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Palla, CircleNarela, Delhi.

    Village Palla, Kh. No. 36/3,adjacent to Village Abadinear canal graveyard area 4
    bighas 14 biswas, kachacha
    graves are in existence.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1324-25/306)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Lampur, CircleNarela, Delhi.

    Village Lampur, Kh. No. 50/5/2, outside Village Abaditowards East (Graveyard
    area 2 bighas 16 biswas)
    kachacha graves exist at
    site.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1324/311)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Lampur, CircleNarela, Delhi.

    Village Lampur, Kh. No. 35/25/1, outside Village Abaditowards East (Graveyard
    area 2 bighas kachacha
    graves area in existence at
    site).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1324/312)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Qutab Garh,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Qutab Garh, Kh. No.153/1/3, outside VillageAbadi at the back of Municipal
    School, Qutab Garh,
    Graveyard area (1 bigha 16
    biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1304/237)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Singhola, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Kh. No. 11/11, measuring 1 bigha and3 biswa, Village Singhola,
    Delhi.

    (10-04-1980 Page No.22-23/23)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Tiggipur,

    Muslim Graveyard, VillageTiggipur, Delhi, Kh. No. 13/28, area 1 biswa.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 24/6)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Razapur Kalan,Circle Narela, Delhi.

    Village Razapur Kalan, Kh.No. 272, outside VillageAbadi in the border of
    Bhorgarh, Graveyard area
    (3 bighas) (Kachacha
    graves are in existence on
    the land).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1310-11/265)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Holambi Kalan,Narela Circle, Delhi.

    Vill. Holambi Kalan, Kh. No.96/95/10, adjacent to Vill.Abadi towards North
    (Graveyard 8 bighas 1
    biswa), pacca and
    kachacha graves exist at
    site.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1328-29/325)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khera Khurd,Delhi.

    Muslim Graveyard, VillageKhera Khurd, Delhi, Kh.No. 3566/931, area 17
    biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.34-35/29)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Nangloi Syed,New Delhi.

    Village Nangloi Syed, Kh.No. 102, to the West ofAbadi of Village Nangloi
    Syed, New Delhi (Graveyard
    area 2 bighas 14
    biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 423/126)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Nangloi Syed,New Delhi.

    Village Nangloi Syed, Kh.No. 105, to the West ofAbadi and close to Idgah,
    Village Nangloi, New Delhi
    (Graveyard area 7 bighas
    17 biswas with kachacha
    graves).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 423/127)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Nangloi Syed,New Delhi.

    Village Nangloi Syed, Kh.No. 114, to the North ofAbadi of Village Nangloi
    Syed, New Delhi (Graveyard
    area 16 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 423/128)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Nangloi Syed,New Delhi.

    Village Nangloi Syed, Kh.No. 117, to the North Westof Village Nangloi Syed,
    New Delhi, (Graveyard area
    15 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 423/129)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Nangloi Syed,New Delhi.

    Village Nangloi Syed, Kh.No. 118, to the North Westof Abadi of Village Nangloi
    Syed, New Delhi, (Graveyard
    area 11 biswas).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 423/130)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Nangloi Jaat,New Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Vill. NangloiJaat, Kh. No. 57/25, withinan area of 8 biswas.

    (05-06-1986 Page No. 4/22)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Azadpur, Delhi.

    Vill. Azadpur, Delhi, Kh. No.60, on the back of electrichouse (Graveyard area 8
    bighas 5 biswas provided
    with pacca boundary wall,
    pacca graves exist).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 430/174)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Azadpur, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Vill. Azadpuron part of Kh. No. 429/61/1/2/1.

    (10-4-1980 Page No.

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Dhakka, Delhi.

    Vill. Dhakka, Kh. No. 5,alongside Kingsway Road(Graveyard area 5 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1352-53/369)

    Graveyard

    Ludlow Castle road, Opp.Deputy Commissioner’sHouse, Kh. No. 4127 acre
    10 biswa (Graveyard).

    (16-04-1970 Page No.304/2)

    Muslim Graveyard,near (WazirabadBridge).

    Civil Lines Kh. No. 94, area1 bigha, 9 biswas, nearWazirabad Bridge, (Graveyard).

    (16-04-1970 Page No.324/7)

    Muslim Graveyard,Wazirabad Road,Civil Lines, Delhi.

    Civil Lines, Kh. No. 98, area11 bighas, 13 biswas,alongside Wazirabad to the
    East.

    (16-04-1970 Page No.324/8)

    M o h a m m a d a ngraveyard, KhybarPass, near Petrol
    Pump, Delhi.

    Civil Lines Zone, KhybarPass, Mall Road (Graveyard).

    (16-04-1970 Page No.324/11)

    Muslim Graveyard,Court Lane, RajpurRoad, Delhi.

    A Graveyard on Kh. No.469 of Vill. Civil Station,within an area of 12 biswas
    at Court Lane, Rajpur Road,
    Delhi.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 20/22)

    Muslim Graveyard,Rajpur Road, Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, onpart of Kh. No. 307 ofMauza Civil Station within
    an area of 1 bigha, 6 biswas
    adjoining Kothi No. 12,
    Rajpur Road, Delhi.

    (21-5-1981 Page No. 12/26)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Oldenpur,Delhi.

    Graveyard, Vill. Oldenpur,Kh. No. 618/407, measuring9 biswas.

    (16 -04-1970 Page No.432/187)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Karawal Nagar,Shahdara Circle,
    Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageKarawal Nagar, Kh. No. 61measuring 10 biswas.

    (21-5-1981 Page No. 10/12)

    Muslim Graveyard,Jawala Nagar, SHD,Delhi.

    Vill. Shahdara, Kh. No.3706/3193/3603/742, 3186/2603/742, Jawala Nagar,
    Shahdara, Graveyard area
    (5 bighas 17 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1306/240)

    Muslim Graveyard,Jawala Nagar, SHD,Delhi.

    Village Shahdara, Kh. No.836/741, Jawala Nagar,Shahdara, (Graveyard area
    3 bighas 15 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1306/241)

    Muslim Graveyard,Jawala Nagar, SHD,Delhi.

    Vill. Shahdara, Kh. No.3695/2676 727, JawalaNagar, Shahdara, Delhi
    (Graveyard area 8 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1306/242)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village SHD., JawalaNagar, Shahdara,
    Delhi.

    Vill. Chauhan alias SHD.,Kh. No. 720, Jawala Nagar,Shahdara, (Graveyard area
    2 bighas 17 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1304/234)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village SaleempurBarari, Delhi.

    Vill. Saleempur Burari,Delhi, Kh. No. 51/22, 58/4/1, outside Abadi of Vill.
    Saleempur Barari, Graveyard
    area 4 bighas 4 biswas,
    graves exist.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 433/191)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Ghonda GujranBanger, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageGhonda Gujran Banger, Kh.No. 205/143, measuring 3
    biswas, Shahdara Circle,

    (5-6-1986 Page No. 4/8)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mustafabad,Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageMustafabad, Delhi, Kh. No.368/1, within an area of 5
    bighas, Shahdara Circle,
    Delhi.

    (5-6-1986 Page No. 4/5)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Nimri, Delhi.

    Village Nimri, Kh. No. 181,near Canal, Village Nimri,Delhi (Graveyard area 4
    bighas 17 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1306/243)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khureji Khas,Shahdara Circle,
    Delhi.

    Village Khureji Khas,Shahdara Circle, Kh. No.38/27, towards West of
    Abadi of Village Khureji
    (Graveyard area 7 bighas
    10 biswas) graves exist.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 433/195)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khureji Khas,Shahdara Circle,
    Delhi.

    Village Khureji Khas,Shahdara Circle, Kh. No.27/26, to the East of Abadi
    of Village (Graveyard area
    6 biswas graves exist on the
    land).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 434/196)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khureji Khas,Shahdara Circle,
    Delhi.

    Village Khureji Khas,Shahdara Circle, Kh. No.26/30, 26/31, to the East of
    Abadi of Village (Graveyard
    area 14 bighas 1 biswa)
    graves exist on the land.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 434/197)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khureji Khas,Shahdara Circle,
    Delhi.

    Village Khureji Khas,Shahdara Circle, Kh. No.26/28, to the East of Abadi
    (Graveyard area 1 bigha 4
    biswas) grave exist on the
    land.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 434/198)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khureji Khas,Shahdara Circle,
    Delhi.

    Village Khureji Khas,Shahdara Circle, Kh. No.17/26, to the North of Abadi
    of Village (Graveyard area
    1 bigha graves on the land).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 434/199)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Khureji Khas,Shahdara Circle,
    Delhi.

    Village Khureji Khas,Shahdara Circle, Kh. No.19/27, towards North of
    Village (Graveyard area 1
    bigha 4 biswas, graves exist
    open for burial).

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 433/194)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Mandoli, CircleShahdara, Delhi.

    Village Mandoli, Kh. No.129/2, outside Village Abaditowards West (Graveyard
    area 23 bighas 5 biswas)
    grave exist on the land old
    and new.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1308/250)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Mandoli, CircleShahdara, Delhi.

    Vill. Mandoli, Kh. No. 76,outside Village Abadi towardsNorth (Graveyard
    area 10 biswas) graves old
    and new exist on the land.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1308/251)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Mandoli, CircleShahdara, Delhi.

    Vill. Mandoli, Kh. No. 675,outside Village Abadi towardsWest (Graveyard 23
    bighas 5 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1308/254)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Ghondli, CircleShahdara, Delhi.

    Village Ghondli, Kh. No.784/456, outside VillageAbadi towards East (Graveyard
    area 18 biswas).

    (31-121970 Page No.1306/246)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Ghondli, CircleShahdara, Delhi.

    Vill. Ghondli, Kh. Nos. 137,138, 139 (Graveyard area13-10 biswas), on pacca
    grave exist and is known as
    Dargah Choukhat Shah).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.137/1302/217), (21-6-79Page No. 138/26/27), (21-
    6-1979 Page No. 139/26/
    27)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Ghondli, CircleShahdara, Delhi.

    Village Ghondli, Kh. No.670 outside Abadi towardsSouth (Graveyard area 1
    bigha 19 biswas), graves
    exist on the land.

    (21-10-1982 Page No. 28/6)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Ghondli, CircleShahdara, Delhi.

    Village Gondli, Kh. No. 300,310, outside Village Abaditowards East (Graveyard
    area 4 bighas 10 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.300/1338/330), (31-12-1970 Page No. 310/1306/
    246)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Ghonda NeemKa Banger, Circle
    Shahdara, Delhi.

    Village Ghonda Neem KaBanger, Kh. No. 62, nearTemple to the North of Village
    Abadi (Graveyard area
    2 bighas, 11 biswas grave
    exist on the land).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1300/206)

    Muslim Graveyard,Patpar Ganj, NewDelhi.

    Muslim Graveyard, VillagePatpar Ganj, Delhi, Kh. No.457/198 area 7 bighas 8
    biswas.

    (30-12-1976 Page No. 34/14)

    Muslim Graveyard,Patpar Ganj, NewDelhi.

    Shahi Masjid, Patpar Ganj,Delhi, Mpl. No. 128.

    (30-12-1976 Page No. 32/10)

    Muslim Graveyard,Patpar Ganj, NewDelhi.

    Muslim Graveyard, VillagePatpar Ganj, Delhi, Kh. No.62, area 2 bighas, 11 biswas.

    (30-12-1976 Page No. 32/11)

    Muslim Graveyard,Patpar Ganj, NewDelhi.

    Muslim Graveyard, VillagePatpar Ganj, Delhi, Kh. No.223, area 1 bigha, 1 biswa.

    (30-12-1976 Page No. 12/32)

    Muslim Graveyard,Patpar Ganj, NewDelhi.

    Muslim Graveyard, VillagePatpar Ganj, Delhi, Kh. No.224, area 1 bigha, 19
    biswas.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 457/198)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Sahipur, Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, VillageSahipur, Delhi, Kh. No.9/28, measuring 1 bigha 3
    biswas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 20/3)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Gharoli, Delhi.

    Graveyard, Village Gharoli,Kh. No. 465, measuring 15biswas.

    (21-10-1982 Page No. 4/28)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Gharoli, Delhi.

    Graveyard, Village Gharoli,Kh. No. 670, measuring 1bigha 19 biswas.

    (21-10-1982 Page No. 5/28)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Gharoli, Delhi.

    Graveyard, Village Gharoli,Kh. No. 784/465, measuring3 biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1306/246)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Shampur,Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageShampur, Kh. No. 28/27,measuring 4 biswas.

    (21-5-1981 Page No. 10/8)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Chandauli aliasShahdara, Delhi.

    Village Chandauli aliasShahdara, Kh. No. 559,alongside G.T. Road, Village
    Shahdara (Graveyard area 7
    bighas 13 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1302/218)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Chandauli aliasShahdara, Delhi.

    Village Chandauli aliasShahdara, Kh. No. 816,Mohalla Vishwas Nagar,
    Shahdara, Graveyard area 2
    bighas 12 biswas.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1302/219)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Chandauli aliasShahdara, Delhi.

    Village Shahdara, Kh. No.2204/635, 2223/636, nearLime Kiln, Panday Road,
    Vishwas Nagar (Graveyard
    area 9 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1300/204)

    Takia and Qabristan,Village Chandrawal,Shahdara, Delhi.

    A Takia and Qabristan, VillageChandrawal, Shahdara,Delhi, Kh. No. 960/403,
    within an area of 10 bighas
    19 biswas.

    (5-6-1986 Page No. 2/4/11)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Kotla, CircleShahdara, Delhi.

    Village Kotla, Kh. No. 16 Nto the West of Village Abadi(Graveyard area 9 biswas,
    graves exist on the land).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1302/214)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Khichripur,Circle Shahdara,
    Delhi.

    Village Khichripur, Kh. No.105, to the West of VillageAbadi (Graveyard area 2
    bighas 5 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1302/215)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Ghonda Gujran,Circle Shahdara,
    Delhi.

    Village Ghonda GujranBangar, Kh. No. 164/3, outsideVillage Abadi towards
    North (Graveyard area 5
    bighas 5 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1302/225)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mandoli,Shahdara Circle,
    Delhi.

    A Graveyard, VillageMandoli, Kh. No. 289, measuring22 bighas 18 biswas.

    (20-6-1985 Page No. 10/10)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Mandoli,SHD Circle, Delhi.

    A Graveyard, Vill. Mandoli,Kh. No. 290, measuring 33bighas, 18 biswas.

    (20-6-1985 Page No. 11/10)

    Mosque and Graveyard,Delhi, Kh. No.967/431, measuring
    3 bighas 18 biswas.

    A Muslim Graveyard, VillageShahdara, Kh. No. 967/431, measuring 3 bighas 18
    biswas.

    (10-4-1980 Page No. 20/1)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Shahdara,Delhi.

    Village Shahdara, Kh. No.842/642, near Teliwara PostOffice towards West of Village
    Abadi (Graveyard areas
    5 bighas 5 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1328/328)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Shahdara,Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Vill.SHD., Delhi Jharkhandi,Bhola Nath Nagar, Kh. No.
    605, measuring 1 bigha and
    4 biswas.

    (21-6-1979 Page No. 23/6)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Shahdara,Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, VillageShahdara, KarkariMore, Vishwas Nagar, Kh.
    No. 1679/793, measuring 9
    biswas.

    (21-6-1979 Page No. 22/4)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Shahdara,Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, VillageShahdara, Delhi,Jharkhandi, Bhola Nath
    Nagar, Kh. No. 602, measuring
    8 bighas and 11
    biswas.

    (21-6-1979 Page No. 22/5)

    Takia (Graveyard),Village Shahdara,Delhi.

    Village Shahdara, Kh. No.2888/104, 2889/104, alongsideLoni Road, Shahdara,
    (Graveyard area 13 biswas)
    pacca wall.

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1302/220)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Shahdara,Delhi.

    Village Chandoli, alias,Shahdara, Kh. No. 998/471,997/469, near Railway Station,
    Shahdara, (Graveyard
    area 2 bighas 8 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1314/280)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Shahdara,Delhi.

    Village Shahdara, Kh. No.1012/603, 1013/603, KantiNagar, Jher Khaddi Road,
    Shahdara (Graveyard area
    left after acquisition for the
    purpose of road out of 16
    bighas 19 biswas (7 bighas
    4 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1326/316)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Shahdara,Delhi.

    Village Shahdara, Kh. No.1699/1039/789 (Graveyardarea 8 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1326/314)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Chandoli alias,Shahdara, Delhi.

    Village Chandoli aliasShahdara, Kh. No. 668,669, 670, adjacent to Village
    Abadi near Railway Line
    towards East (Graveyard
    area 9 bighas 12 biswas).

    (31-12-1970 Page No.1304/235)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Zamrudpur,New Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 28, area 2 bighas 15biswas, Village Zamrudpur,
    Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 4/18)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village MalikpurChhawni, Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard (2Dargah), Kh. No. 612/403(area 10 biswas), Village
    Malikpur Chhawni, Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 4/19)

    Muslim Graveyard,Razapur Kalan,Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 273, area 2 biswas, VillageRazapur Kalan, Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 4/22)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Jonti, Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 75/6/1, area 1 bigha 4biswas, Village Jonti, Delhi.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 431/180)

    Muslim Graveyard,Sanoth, Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 29/19, area 2 bighas 10biswas, Village Sanoth,
    Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 6/26)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Zia Sarai,New Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 408/75, area 1 biswa,Village Zia Sarai, N. Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 6/39)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Neelwal, Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 19/3/2, area 11 biswas,Village Neelwal, Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 6/31)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Haibatpur,Najafgarh Circle,
    Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 47/27, area 5 bighas 16biswas, Village Haibatpur,
    Najafgarh Circle, Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 8/41)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Haibatpur,Najafgarh Circle,
    Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 41/27, area 5 bighas 4biswas, Village Haibatpur,
    Najafgarh Circle, Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 8/42)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Inderpath,New Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 670 Min., area 30bighas, Village Inderpath,
    New Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 8/43)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Inderpath,New Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard andMasjid known as KanatiMasjid, Kh. No. 4 bighas 10
    biswas, Village Inderpath,
    New Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 8/44)

    Muslim Graveyardwith Well and ChahPukhta, Village
    Inderpath, New
    Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard witha Well and Chah Pukhta, Kh.No. 302-303-304, area 38
    bighas 3 biswas, Village
    Inderpath, New Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 8/45)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Civil Station,Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 122, area 5 biswas, VillageCivil Station, Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 8/47)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Civil Station,Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 95, area 1 bigha, VillageCivil Station, Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 8/48)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 51, area 3 biswas, VillageLadha Sarai, New
    Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 8/50)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Ladha Sarai,New Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 52, area 6 biswas, VillageLadha Sarai, New
    Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 8/51)

    Muslim Graveyardand Masjid, VillageMehrauli, N. Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard andMasjid, Kh. No. 1145, area8 bighas, Village Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 8/52)

    Muslim GraveyardVillage Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard Kh.No. 1151/3, area 2 biswas,Village Mehrauli, New
    Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 10/53)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Kadam Sharif,Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 119/2 95/6, 104, 118total area 16595 sq. yds.,
    Vill. Kadam Sharif, Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 10/58)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Mandoli, Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 105, area 5 bighas 15biswas, Village Mandoli,
    Shahdara, Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 10/64)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Mandoli, Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 104, measuring 12bighas 14 biswas, Village
    Mandoli, Shahdara, Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 10/63)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Holambi Kalan,Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 96/92/1, area 1 bigha 8biswas, Village Holambi
    Kalan, Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 10/65)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Aliganj, NewDelhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 566, area 6 biswas, VillageAliganj, New Delhi,
    (Basti Hazrat Nizamuddin,
    New Delhi).

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 10/66)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village Gokalpur,Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 660/2, area 10 biswas,Village Gokalpur, Shahdara,
    Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 10/67)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Holambi Kalan,Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 95/96, area 6 biswas,Village Holambi Kalan,
    Delhi.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 10/68)

    Baoli & Qabristan,Village Khirki, NewDelhi.

    A Baoli and Qabristan attachedto Masjid, Dargah ofKhawaja Maghool Shah,
    Kh. No. 287 area 2 bighas
    9 biswas.

    (3-3-1994 Page No. 10/1)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Singhola, Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 11/12 area 4 bighas 16biswas, Vill. Singhola, Delhi.

    (3-3-1994 Page No. 11/2)

    Muslim Graveyard,Vill. Inderpat, NewDelhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard, Kh.No. 533, measuring 5bighas, Village Inderpat,
    New Delhi.

    (3-3-1994 Page No. 11/3)

    Muslim Graveyard inVillage Civil Station,Delhi.

    Muslim Graveyard, Kh. No.95, area 2 bighas, VillageCivil Station, Delhi.

    (16-6-1994 Page No. 21/3)

    Muslim Graveyard,Village ShikarpurNajafgarh Circle,
    New Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard of Kh.No. 42/13, 42/8/2 measuring2 bighas, Vill. Shikarpur,
    Najafgarh Circle, New
    Delhi.

    (19-6-1997 Page No. 4/1)

    Muslim Graveyard& Masjid, VillageZafarpur urf Hiran
    Kudna, New Delhi.

    A Muslim Graveyard on partof Kh. No. 513 (Old) & 344(New) in an area of 1 bigha,
    Vill. Zafarpur urf Hiran
    Kudna, New Delhi.

    (19-6-1997 Page No. 5/5)

    Qadimi Qabristan,Mehrauli,

    Qadimi Qabristan Mehrauli,Kh. No. 667, OppositeGandhak Ki-Baoli Mehrauli,
    New Delhi.

    (30-12-1976 Page No. 34/26)

    Qabristan andGumbad, VillageSheikh Sarai, New
    Delhi.

    A Qabristan & Gumbad,Kh. No. 89, 17 biswas, VillageSheikh Sarai, New
    Delhi.

    (4-10-1984 Page No. 6/

    Dargah & Qabristan,Village Sultanpur,Mehrauli, N. Delhi.

    A Dargah & Qabristan,known as Naugaza Peer,Kh. No. 431 measuring 4
    bighas, Vill. Sultanpur, New
    Delhi.

    (5-6-1986 Page No. 15/2/4)

    Muslim Qabristan,Village Hauz Rani,Malvia Nagar, New
    Delhi.

    Village Hauz Rani, Kh. No.194 area 9 bighas 7 biswas,Graveyard.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 354/28)

    Muslim Qabristan,Village Hauz Rani,Malvia Nagar, New
    Delhi.

    Village Hauz Rani, area 9bighas 16 biswas, Graveyard.

    (16-4-1970 Page No. 354/30)

    Masjid & Qabristan,Village Mehrauli,New Delhi.

    A Masjid known as MasjidPankhewali, Kh. No. 1665alongwith Qabristan both
    comprised in Kh. No. 1665,
    Village Mehrauli, area 1
    bigha, New Delhi, Kh. No.
    1151/3, Min.

    (19-1-1989 Page No. 4/14)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


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    By IANS,

    New Delhi : Congress legislator Asif Muhammad Khan Thursday disrupted a press conference of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, demanding an SIT probe into the Batla House shooting, and vowed to vote against his government. The AAP questioned Khan's affiliation to the Congress party which had justified the shooting.

    A furious Khan also asked the Congress to withdraw its critical legislative support to the month-old Aam Aadmi Party minority government for what he said was a "betrayal" of a promise made by Kejriwal to Muslims in his area.

    Kejriwal said at the press conference there would be no probe into the incident as the court had given its verdict and the case was closed.

    Condemning Khan for his "nefarious attempt", the AAP lambasted the legislator for his "highly objectionable behaviour, which is totally unbecoming of an elected representative".

    "Asif needs to answer the question as to why he joined the Congress which had termed the shooting as genuine and opposed any attempt to get it probed. He should spell out the stand of the party to which he belongs, on this issue," the AAP said in a statement.

    "He is seeking answers from a government which believes in justice for all and discrimination against none," it added.

    AAP leader Sanjay Singh said there was no mention of the Batla House incident in the party's manifesto for election to the Delhi state assembly.

    "A plea was filed in the case by Prashant Bhushan, but the court rejected it, stating there would be no other plea in the case," Singh said.

    "We should respect the decision of the Supreme Court in the matter," he added.

    The drama began when Khan, Congress legislator from Okhla, entered the first-floor room of the Delhi Secretariat where the chief minister and his cabinet colleague Manish Sisodia were briefing the media.

    Khan started shouting slogans after Kejriwal denied a probe by a Special Investigation Team (SIT) into the 2008 Batla House shooting.

    He said Kejriwal had earlier promised an SIT probe, similar to the one the chief minister now wants into the 1984 killings of Sikhs, but was refusing to do so.

    Demanding an investigation, Khan called Kejriwal the director of "Radio Jhootistaan" and thundered that he would no longer support the AAP government even if the Congress expelled him.

    "I will also request the Congress to withdraw its support to the AAP," he added.

    "He (Kejriwal) had promised the people of Okhla that he will probe the Batla House case, and had even distributed handbills to this effect," the Congress legislator, one of the only eight Congress candidates to win the elections in the city, said.

    He said Kejriwal was now backtracking and "has betrayed the people of Okhla".

    The controversial shooting between a Delhi Police team and suspected Indian Mujahideen members broke out in Batla House in Jamia Nagar, Okhla, in September 2008 that left a police officer and two alleged militants dead.

    The AAP, which has 28 seats in the Delhi assembly, is in office on the strength of support given by eight members of the Congress. It is also propped up by an Independent and a Janata Dal-United legislator.


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    By IANS,

    Patna : After an angry outburst over not being invited, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will Thursday finally attend a foundation-stone laying ceremony by UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi.

    The foundation stone of off-campus branch of the Aligarh Muslim University will be laid in Kishanganj district.

    "Nitish Kumar has left for Kishanganj to attend the foundation stone laying ceremony of AMU centre by Sonia Gandhi Jan 30," an official in chief minister office here said.

    The official said that Nitish Kumar decided to attend the function after he received an invitation from the Union Human Resource Development Minister M.M. Pallam Raju.

    "Nitish Kumar has agreed to attend the function with Sonia Gandhi as it will send a positive massage in election year," a senior Janata Dal (United) leader said.

    However, Congress leaders here said that Nitish Kumar made a hue and cry over not being invited to gain political capital out of the inauguration of the AMU centre.

    Prem Chand Mishra, state media cell incharge of the Congress, sought a public apology from the chief minister for targeting Congress.

    Mishra said that AMU Vice-Chancellor Zameeruddin Shah Tuesday rejected Bihar government's claim that Nitish Kumar was not invited to the foundation stone laying ceremony.

    "The programme was finalised Jan 24 and the very next day, we faxed an invitation to the Bihar chief minister and the governor. We also sent an invitation through speed post," Shah said.

    Bihar Education Minister P.K. Shahi Monday registered a protest with the central government, saying the state government was not invited to the function. He also wrote a letter to Raju.

    Shahi reminded Raju that the state government has made available 224 acres of land free of cost for setting up the AMU centre.


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    By IANS,

    Patna : Congress president Sonia Gandhi Thursday said some people were trying to harm Mahatma Gandhi's concept of India and were hell bent on dividing the people and society.

    "We have to fulfill the dream of Mahatma Gandhi. Some people are trying to harm his concept of India," Gandhi said at a public rally after laying the foundation stone of the Aligarh Muslim University off-campus branch in Bihar's Kishanganj, about 400 km from Patna.

    Without naming Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, Gandhi said those against the thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi were hell bent on dividing the people and society.

    "These people's only aim is to grab power," she said

    The Congress chief said India was passing through a difficult phase.

    "Congress stands for secularism and for all. We respect and have faith in pluralism. We work for all, whether Dalits, minorities, women and weaker sections. Our goal is inclusive development," she said.

    She said the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government has given the Right to Information Act, Food Security Bill, MNREGA for jobs and Sarva Siksha Abhiyan to ensure education for all.

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar also attended the foundation stone laying ceremony in Kishanganj, after an angry outburst over not being invited.

    An official in the Chief Minister's Office said Nitish Kumar decided to attend the function after receiving an invitation from Human Resource Development Minister M.M. Pallam Raju.

    Congress leaders said Nitish Kumar made a hue and cry over not being invited to gain political mileage out of the inauguration of the centre.


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