BSP United Front submits memorandum against illegal construction

Bhilai, Apr 06: The United Front of BSP Officers’ Association and Trade Unions submitted a memorandum against the illegal construction in Sector-9 hospital premises which was allegedly being conducted by the contractors of Bhilai Municipal Corporation Bhilai. They met the Bhilai Municipal Corporation Commissioner Rohit Vyas and handed over the memorandum.
It needs to be mentioned here that for conducting any kind of construction in Bhilai Township, the Municipal Corporation has to take No Objection Certificate from the BSP Management. Construction can be started only after getting NoC.
The Commissioner of Bhilai Municipal Corporation informed the delegation that NoC has not been received for the place where the construction work is being done in Manav Seva Parisar and hence, BMC will not make any payment to the contractor for this construction.
The United Front appealed to the BMC Commissioner to ensure that any kind of construction work in the BSP area should be done by the Corporation only after taking NoC. They alleged that a new practice of misusing public money by uncontrolled constructions has commenced in the city. They said that on April 01, some anti-social elements forcibly occupied the land marked for the construction of an electrical sub-station and effluent treatment plant for the hospital in Manav Seva Parisar located near JLN Hospital, Sector 9. 
All the representatives of the United Front stated that the struggle will continue to save Bhilai from illegal encroachments and anarchy. The United Front will intensify its efforts to make Bhilai clean, safe and beautiful again.
OA President Narendra Kumar Banchore, OA General Secretary Parvinder Singh, INTUC Working President Puran Verma, INTUC General Secretary Vansh Bahadur Singh, AITUC General Secretary Vinod Soni, HMS General Secretary DK Singh, Ispat Shramik Manch leader Rajesh Agarwal, Nandkumar Gupta from BWU, KK Yadav (DGM Enforcement Department) and Milind Bansod were present.

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