Per the ROR of Sep-1958, the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad owned 49 kanals, 11 marlas, 105sq.ft. of land in what is known as 134 Acres Scheme, Samanabad, Lahore. This was also jointly owned by a Mullah of the Ahmadiyya Movement, Ch. Fateh Muhammad Sayyal, M.A.
What is a Kanal?
A kanal (ڪنال) is a unit of area used in parts of Pakistan and in India. In Pakistan different conversions exist in various areas: a kanal is generally considered equal to 5400 square feet, but it is equal to 4500 square feet in Lahore. In India it is generally considered equivalent to 4500 square feet or one-eighth of an acre. A kanal is a traditional unit of land area. In India it is used in the northern states of Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and North Eastern parts of Pakistan. Its use in India is in decline with urban land measurements standardizing on use of square feet, square meters and square yards. Under British rule the marla and kanal were standardized so that the kanal equals exactly 605 square yards or 1⁄8 acre; this is equivalent to about 505.857 square meters. A kanal is equal to 20 marlas.
The Khalifa and his associate applied for exemptions on this land
It is important to note that the Khalifa was asking for exemptions on this land. This could be property tax exemptions. There is a clarification given that was published in the Pakistan Times, Page-3, 8-23-1958.
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