GUJRAT - The district administration has retrieved six pieces of state-owned land worth more than Rs250 million from the illegal possession of influential people in different exercises during the ongoing campaign against land-grabbers and encroachments, The Nation learnt. The Punjab government has constituted anti-encroachment committees across the province on May 25 to get state land retrieved from land grabbers and benefit the masses. The district government Gujrat received 25 complaints against illegal possession of state land by influential people in the tehsil. The tehsil administration said that it had retrieved 6 pieces state owned lands, out of 25, while action to retrieve the rest of 14 lands would be completed soon.