Indian Armys 13 Rashtirya Rifles refuses to vacate my house occupied in 2006, says Bandipora family

Srinagar, November 7, 2016: A family from North Kashmir has been living in a rented house in Bandipora after as per the family; an Indian Army unit from 13 Rashtirya Rifles forcibly occupied their residential house in 2006, located in Argam  of Bandipore district. “It was March 4, 2006, when Indian Army personnel forcibly entered into my house and occupied it and since then all my efforts to retrieve the house have proved futile as neither authorities nor the India Army is ready to help me. I along with my wife and three daughters have been staying in a rented house in Bandipora,” Naseer Ahmed Khan who arrived at Press Enclave Srinagar along with his family told reporters.
He said that Rent Assessment Committee Bandipora in 2008 had asked Indian Army to clear the rent of the house and, “under that assessment Army is bound to pay Rs 19,8912 as rent to me, but till date I have not received a single penny from them.” The Argam resident said that he doesn’t need or demand rent from the Indian Army but wants Indian  Army to vacate from his house. 
“Army didn’t oblige to the orders of Deputy Commissioner (DC) Bandipora when he directed them to relocate their camp to some other place,” he said .