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Thursday, 20 August 2020

35 structures razed in Faridabad

Faridabad, August 19

A team of the District Town Planner (DTP) Enforcement on Wednesday demolished 35 structures that had come up illegally in two colonies in the revenue area of Seekri village.

DTP Naresh Kumar said the constructions brought down included four residential structures, four shops, two industrial and 25 boundary walls or damp-proof courses that had come up illegally on six acres in the village. He said these constructions had been a part of the two residential colonies that had been carved out by private persons in the past couple of months.

He said the drive against the illegal constructions had been on since June, over 120 constructions have been brought down by the department in the past three months.

Demolition drive at Yamunanagar

Yamunanagar: A demolition drive was carried out by a team of the DTP on Tuesday in an unauthorised colony in the revenue estate of Hundewala village.

DTP Amit Madholia said the total area of the colony was four acres wherein 30 damp-proof courses, 10 boundary walls, one car garage and one shed were demolished.

He said Jagadhri Tehsildar Chotu Ram was appointed as the duty magistrate. — TNS

from The Tribune

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