The 2 colonies the place Chandigarh administration put up demolition notices embrace Shahpur Colony in Sector 38 and Kabadi Colony in Maloya

The Chandigarh administration on Saturday put up demolition notices in two extra colonies in Chandigarh – Shahpur Colony in Sector 38 and Kabadi Colony in Maloya.

The notices have been issued even because the Punjab and Haryana excessive court docket on Friday restrained UT from finishing up the demolition drive at Janta Colony, Sector 25, on Sunday.

The residents/shopkeepers within the two unlawful colonies have been requested to vacate the world inside seven days. The variety of precise variety of affected households is being ascertained. However officers mentioned these have been a lot smaller colonies as in comparison with Colony Quantity 4, which was demolished on Could 1.

As a part of its efforts to make Chandigarh slum-free, the administration had demolished Colony Quantity 4, the most important slum cluster within the metropolis, vacating round 65 acres of presidency land, estimated to be value 2,000 crore.

In the meantime, the municipal company (MC) additionally carried out an anti-encroachment drive at Chahar Taraf village in Burail on Saturday and took possession of 8.37 acres, value 10.63 crore.

A group of MC officers, together with sub-divisional engineers, junior engineers and tehsildar, together with the native patwari, took possession of the land, which was illegally getting used for agricultural functions. MC commissioner Anandita Mitra directed the officers involved to fence the world to forestall encroachments in future.


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