VHarmand This is not so, There is something called PROPORTIONALITY in Law, You build a Railway, you build a Road, you build a Fence, The principle of PROPORTIONALITY, should be taken into account, There are people living next by, and also their presence should be taken into account in the planning process, So no even if the land is government land the Government cannot build where ever they want and it doesn`t matter if it is in the disputed territories or not, or it has a security value!
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