KATHMANDU, Jan 5: The Kathmandu District Committee of the National Land Commission has claimed that the issue of landless squatters will be solved effortlessly if the due process is followed. Officials of the committee, during a press conference and interaction held at the National Land Commission on Monday, claimed that the Kathmandu Metropolitan City has dragged the process needlessly into controversy.

CHITWAN, Dec 7: The Chitwan District Committee of the National Land Commission has received 4,394 applications since the publication of a notice on August 16 this year.

KATHMANDU, Nov 29: The National Land Commission, Kathmandu has accused the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) of demolishing the settlement of landless squatters in the Thapathali area using dozers without making an alternative arrangement.

TAPLEJUNG, Sept 15: Three local bodies of Taplejung have entered into an agreement with the National Land Commission with the aim of providing land to landless squatters, landless Dalits and disorganized residents. With this, all nine municipalities and rural municipalities of the district have signed an agreement with the National Land Commission.

CHITWAN, August 22: The applications of 1.2 million landless people have been collected so far by offices under the National Land Commission. The applications have been received from the landless Dalits, landless squatters and unsystematic settlers.

SINDHUPALCHOWK, August 1: A program has begun to provide land to the landless people and manage the unmanaged settlements.

KATHMANDU, March 11: The National Land Commission has asked landless squatters that include Dalits and those living in unmanaged settlements to file applications to resolve their problems.