Unused gifted land can be reclaimed by donor, says HC
Permits re-conveyance when not used for intended purpose
The Madras High Court has ruled that private lands gifted to the government for specific purposes such as establishing schools and hospitals could be reclaimed either by the donors themselves or their legal heirs if the properties had not been used for the intended purpose for long.
Pronouncing the judgment, Justices K.K. Sasidharan and P. Velmurugan directed the State to consider a request made by P. Bagyalakshmi to return 2.5 acres, at Vadakkipalayam village in Pollachi Taluk of Coimbatore district, which had been gifted by her father in 1964 for establishing a school and naming it after him.
Therefore you can file a writ petition before high court and claim reconveyance of the gift lnd which remains used for the intended purpose for long time.