LAHORE - Land grabbers have occupied 25 acres of land in Okara allotted to a retired army man who was disabled after falling from Naeem Opi Hill, Kargil in 2002, The Nation has learnt. Javed Iqbal has appealed to Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gen Ashfaq Parvaiz Kiyani to take immediate notice of the grave development and help him in getting the possession of the stud land. The complainant says that the land mafia comprising proclaimed offenders (POs) Nadeem Ashraf, Master Rasheed, Saleem Jhakar (ringleader), Manzoor Kamboh, Qaim Din and others has occupied his land in Chak No-20/1-RB, Tehsil Renala Khurd. DPO Okara Arshad and DOR Qasim Siddique are reluctant to initiate any action against the mafia even though I furnished written orders from Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Lahore High Court Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif, Governor Punjab Salman Taseer, PML-N senior leader Zulfiqar Ali Khosa, Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah and other senior government officials, alleges the retired official. I have already spent Rs 0.2 million in three years in order to get the possession of the land, but there is no one to provide me justice, he deplores and adds that I am broke now and even unable to meet the daily expenditure of my son and two daughters, of whom one is suffering from thalassemia since birth. He says, I lost eight fingers, one thumb, and seven teeth besides getting a severe maxillofacial injury after I fell from the hill. I found myself in Rawalpindis Combined Military Hospital (CMH) when I came to my senses. After this I was retired from the Pakistan Army and an official order was issued from the general headquarters (GHQ) by Lt Col Muhammad Amjad Khan with subject: Grant of Stud Land on Animal Breeding Condition. The Col wrote: You have been allotted the following land on animals breeding condition for a period of 10 years vide Government of Punjab. Colonies department Lahore letter No- 2273-2007/1406-CLIII dated July 2, 2007. Bitterly disappointed with the situation, Javed Iqbal, the resident of E-492, Street No 2, C-Block, Nishat Colony, Lahore Cantt approached The Nation office on Monday to raise his voice against the injustice. He sobbed while revealing that he was unable to feed his family now.