Gurugram demolition drive: 3 illegal colonies razed
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Gurugram demolition drive: 3 illegal colonies razed

The three illegally built colonies were demolished on Tuesday in a demolition drive by the enforcement team of the Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP) in Gurugram. Along with this, 20 acres of agricultural land were cleared in Jatoli and Bhondsi village.

The illegal colonies tried to disrupt the demolition drive, which razed 30 structures and ten shops, and the road network was also damaged. A team of 200 police force controlled the protestors, and the demolition drive was successful.

The District town planner enforcement, R S Batth, said that the Department had received several complaints regarding the illegal colonies that violate the Haryana Development and Regulatory of Urban Areas Act.

During the demolition in Jatoli, the enforcement team and 150 policemen, along with two earthmovers, razed two colonies which were developed on 10 acres of agricultural land and were in their initial stage. Batth said that during the demolition drive, 30 under-construction structures and road network were razed. The ten under-construction shops were also demolished because they were built, despite the insurance of show-cause notices.

Another illegal colony and road network in Bhondsi were also demolished, with the help of 50 police and two earthmovers. Batth said that the protestors had laid out the structures and road network. During the drive, one under-construction shop was demolished.

Batth warned the people not to fall into the trap of illegal builders and property dealers who indulge them in investing in such illegally built colonies. A few villagers and locals alleged that the builders duped them, and they were not aware of the illegal status of these colonies.

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Also read: DTCP asks builders of illegal colonies to pay demolition costs

Also read: Ulhasnagar residents urge govt to redevelop illegal buildings

The three illegally built colonies were demolished on Tuesday in a demolition drive by the enforcement team of the Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP) in Gurugram. Along with this, 20 acres of agricultural land were cleared in Jatoli and Bhondsi village. The illegal colonies tried to disrupt the demolition drive, which razed 30 structures and ten shops, and the road network was also damaged. A team of 200 police force controlled the protestors, and the demolition drive was successful. The District town planner enforcement, R S Batth, said that the Department had received several complaints regarding the illegal colonies that violate the Haryana Development and Regulatory of Urban Areas Act. During the demolition in Jatoli, the enforcement team and 150 policemen, along with two earthmovers, razed two colonies which were developed on 10 acres of agricultural land and were in their initial stage. Batth said that during the demolition drive, 30 under-construction structures and road network were razed. The ten under-construction shops were also demolished because they were built, despite the insurance of show-cause notices. Another illegal colony and road network in Bhondsi were also demolished, with the help of 50 police and two earthmovers. Batth said that the protestors had laid out the structures and road network. During the drive, one under-construction shop was demolished. Batth warned the people not to fall into the trap of illegal builders and property dealers who indulge them in investing in such illegally built colonies. A few villagers and locals alleged that the builders duped them, and they were not aware of the illegal status of these colonies. Image Source Also read: DTCP asks builders of illegal colonies to pay demolition costs Also read: Ulhasnagar residents urge govt to redevelop illegal buildings

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