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Bhilai, Feb 10: The team of Vaishali Nagar Zone continued its drive against illegal plotting on the second consecutive day. The BMC team led by Zone Commissioner Pooja Pillai conducted inspection in Kachandur road area after receiving a tip off regarding illegal plotting and sale of land. They found that plotting produce was at initial stages in that area.
At two spots, markings were done and roads were constructed with murrum on about nine acres of land. BMC team took action at these two spots. The illegally prepared road structure was removed with the help of Earth Movers. 12 truckloads of Muramwas also seized from the spot.
It needs to be mentioned here that Bhilai Municipal Corporation is taking regular action against the illegal plotting. After discovering the illegal activity during inspection, the team of Vaishali Nagar Zone equipped with Earth Movers and Trippers reached the spot and strict action was taken.
The team demolished the DPC (damp proof course) level construction of a house in Kachandur Road. Action was also taken at two different places for illegal plotting. The road structure was razed to prevent illegal plotting on the main route from Kurud to Kachandur.
Corporation Commissioner Rituraj Raghuvanshi has given instructions to all the Zone Commissioners to take strict action against illegal plotting, illegal occupancy, encroachment and illegal construction. Acting on the instructions, Zone 2 Commissioner Puja Pillai conducted inspection and found that illegal plotting was being done at two spots on Kachandur Road.
On her instructions, the Enforcement Squad removed the road structure and marking, DPC level construction and cement poles installed on the land. Vaishali Nagar Zone Assistant Revenue Officer Sanjay Verma said that the complaint of illegal plotting was received at two places.
Taking cognizance on the complaint, Zone Commissioner carried out inspection and on finding merits in the complaint, action was taken against the illegal activity. As no person reached there to claim the ownership of the land, the Revenue Inspector of the area was called in and has been asked to provide the ownership details of the land.
After receiving the details, BMC would initiate legal proceedings and file FIR against the land owner. Further, a letter is being sent to the registrar to stop the division of land and not to conduct registry. Deputy Engineer Shankar Suman Markam, Zone Health Officer Anil Mishra and other employees were present.
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