– Bulldozers will run in different areas from 10:30 am to 4:00 pm
– Additional Secretary, Justice will be submitted the report of the daily campaign
– Order to file a case against those who have removed the encroached mark
The Mahabhiyan will start from Premnagar today against encroachment in various areas of the capital. Earlier, a meeting of police officers was taken at Premnagar police station. Before the action, the officials of Revenue and Public Works Department metered and marked. After this, the action of breaking the encroachment started. At the same time, some traders themselves started removing encroachments.
After the meeting of the Special Task Force at the government level for the 21-day campaign, the District Level Task Force met in the Collectorate Auditorium in the presence of District Magistrate C Ravi Shankar on Wednesday. In which all aspects related to the campaign were discussed.
The District Magistrate said that the campaign to remove the previously marked encroachments in various areas of the city will continue till four in the evening. For this, the city is divided into four zones. Teams have been formed for each zone. The campaign will be followed by a meeting in the presence of Additional Secretary (Justice) at the IRTD auditorium at Survey chowk to review how many encroachments have been removed during the campaign and the next day’s root chart will be prepared.
Campaign starts from Premnagar region
The campaign is starting from the Premnagar region. There, along with officers of Tehsildar, Lekhpal, Public Works Department, Municipal Corporation, MDDA, a heavy police force is deployed under the leadership of Deputy District Magistrate.
If an occupant has any objection, then he can solve his problem or doubt by matching the revenue records on the spot. The District Magistrate said that after removing the encroachment under the flyover, ROB, fire brigade vehicles, PWD equipment will be placed under it. Also, Public Facilitation Centers will be opened.
MDDA vice-president Ashish Kumar Srivastava said that a case will be registered against the occupants who have removed the mark after marking. SSP Arun Mohan Joshi said that during the campaign, sufficient police force has been deployed to deal with any kind of unpleasant situation.