KMDA to build boundary walls to prevent illegal encroachment
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KMDA to build boundary walls to prevent illegal encroachment

The Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) is surveying plots to construct boundary walls to protect them from illegal encroachment.

The state government issued the guidelines to protect its land in the city, particularly in the Baisnabghata Patuli and Nonadanga region and other places on each side of the EM Bypass maintained by the East Kolkata Area Development scheme.

KMDA already classified one plot opposite the bus stand of Nonadanga.

The authorities would hire an agency that will set up the boundary wall around it.

In East Kolkata, surveys are going on to find out the status of each vacant KMDA ploy and submit proposals to the government as to which of them requires boundary walls.

A KMDA official told the media that the Urban development department minister directed to prevent government properties from being occupied illegally.

The official added that many plots have encroached, and to prevent this, boundary walls are being set up.

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Also read: Encroachment mapping in Aravalli to be done using drones

The Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) is surveying plots to construct boundary walls to protect them from illegal encroachment. The state government issued the guidelines to protect its land in the city, particularly in the Baisnabghata Patuli and Nonadanga region and other places on each side of the EM Bypass maintained by the East Kolkata Area Development scheme. KMDA already classified one plot opposite the bus stand of Nonadanga. The authorities would hire an agency that will set up the boundary wall around it. In East Kolkata, surveys are going on to find out the status of each vacant KMDA ploy and submit proposals to the government as to which of them requires boundary walls. A KMDA official told the media that the Urban development department minister directed to prevent government properties from being occupied illegally. The official added that many plots have encroached, and to prevent this, boundary walls are being set up. Image Source Also read: Encroachment mapping in Aravalli to be done using drones

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