The Municipal Company of Gurugram (MCG) has divided the restricted space positioned throughout the 900-metre radius of Indian Air Drive (IAF) ammunition depot in Sector 14 into three pockets with a purpose to keep larger supervision over the world.
Earlier, complying with the orders of the Punjab and Haryana excessive courtroom, the district administration had banned new constructions within the space in February 2011 due to its proximity to the IAF depot.
An order relating to the division of the world into three pockets was handed by MCG commissioner Vinay Pratap Singh on Wednesday. Pocket 1 of this space contains colonies close to Maruti Udyog, Sector 22 A, Sector 23A, Carterpuri, and Dharam Colony. Areas falling close to Previous DLF, Sector 14, Sector 18, Sukhrali Enclave, Ashok Vihar 3, Sector 5, Sector 12 A, Sanjay Gram, and Rajiv Nagar are a few of the areas that the civic physique has saved in pocket 2. Lastly, areas close to Sheetla Colony, Sheetla Mata Mandir and Amanpura village are a few of the areas included in pocket 3.
MCG has additionally arrange checkpoints to watch the motion of development automobiles, constituted groups of 15 officers in every zone to establish and demolish unlawful constructions, provoke a drone survey to identify unlawful buildings, register FIRs towards violators, and erected boards cautioning individuals towards buying any property or land within the space.
“Every staff has officers from the MCG’s engineering and enforcement wings. All of them have been supplied with obligatory tools, equivalent to earthmovers, cranes, and tractor trolley, for demolishing unlawful constructions. Now we have additionally arrange barricades at a number of entry and exit factors within the 900-metre space to look out for any automobiles carrying development supplies,” stated Jitender Kumar, joint commissioner, MCG.
Kumar stated, to this point, the MCG has discovered round 10 development automobiles and a number of unlawful constructions within the space. The civic physique has additionally registered FIRs towards greater than 15 violators.
“The rationale behind dividing the 900-metre restricted space into three pockets is to have larger surveillance and examine on unlawful constructions within the space. All involved officers have been assigned their respective duties. We’re additionally holding consciousness drives within the locality to make sure that individuals don’t buy any property within the space and are made conscious of the explanations behind it,” stated Kumar. As per MCG officers, there are round 19,000 properties within the 900-metre restricted space.