MCG demolishes unlawful constructions in areas underneath 900-metre radius of IAF depot


The Municipal Company of Gurugram (MCG) on Wednesday carried out an anti-encroachment drive in areas falling underneath the 900-metre radius of the Indian Air Pressure (IAF) ammunition depot in Sector 14 underneath heavy police safety.

Persevering with a drive that began on Tuesday, the MCG demolished eight under-construction constructions in Satguru Enclave and Noble Enclave over the 2 days, a launch issued by the civic physique on Wednesday acknowledged.

On Wednesday, MCG officers additionally carried out an in depth anti-encroachment drive on the Gurgaon-Faridabad Highway in Bandhwari, demolishing not less than 50 unlawful constructions that included eateries, tin sheds, workshops, vends and courtyards.

“All three drives have been carried out underneath heavy police safety. Nevertheless, no resistance by locals or any untoward motion was reported in any of them. All of the constructions have been demolished with earthmovers and the MCG’s anti-encroachment drive will proceed all through this week in varied corners of town,” SS Rohilla, the general public relations officer (PRO) of MCG, stated.

On Monday, the MCG carried out an anti-encroachment drive in Nathupur village, close to DLF Part-3, and reclaimed 70 sq. yards of civic land by demolishing unlawful short-term constructions, slums, and junk and constructing materials retailers.

MCG officers stated that whereas the drive in Nathupur was in response to a grievance lodged with the CM Window, the opposite drives have been based mostly on tip-offs. They stated {that a} constructing plan needs to be authorised for any new building inside MCG limits, and if the identical will not be procured, the civic physique will both seal or demolish the construction.


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