The land transferred in Gulmarg falls under the Tourism Development Authority. The minister in his letter said the areas under Authority comes under Roshni Act. The Vigilance Organisation had produced challan against the nine-officials including the then divisional commissioner Kashmir Mehboob Iqbal and now deputy commissioner Sringar in the case of allotment of land in Gulmarg to nine hoteliers. The in its challan had said that officials manipulated the record in conferring the ownership rights on 35 Kanals and six marlas of the prime state land at Gulmarg in favour of nine accused beneficiaries in contravention to the provisions of the J&K State Land (vesting of ownership rights to the occupants) Act 2001. The Vigilance Organisation had field the FIR in this case in February 2009 alleging that allotment of land was in contravention of Roshni Act. The hoteliers had then filed a petition in the HC for quashing the FIR. The petition was dismissed by the Court in April 2009. The DO letter was written by minister in Oct 2009.