Residents stirred & shaken after Encroachment Notices


Residents stirred & shaken after Encroachment Notices

Youth Congress and Kaumi Ekta Committee gave Memorandums to Collector on two different matters related to the ongoing encroachment notices.

 
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Residents stirred & shaken after Encroachment Notices

Youth Congress and Kaumi Ekta Committee gave Memorandums to Collector on two different matters related to the ongoing encroachment notices.

Jai prakash Nimawat, President Youth Congress (Udaipur, city) today gave a memorandum to the District collector, Vikas Sitaram Bhale, asking for an inquiry against the present BJP board.  He alleged illegal construction and encroachment upon the catchment area of the lakes by the malefic mutual understanding between influential persons and officials of the BJP Board.

On the other hand, large number of people from Ahmad Hussain Colony, Kaumi-Ekta Nagar Mullatalai, after getting encroachment notices, gave memorandum to the District Collector today mentioning that there are almost 2000 people residing in the areas of minority community and there are 25-30 families which are immensely poor that they can’t even afford to go to the court to protect themselves.

Residents stirred & shaken after Encroachment Notices

Mohammad Rafiqe Shah, a resident of Ahmad Hussain Colony, said that if UIT and Nagar Parishad demolish houses in these colonies then poor people will become homeless. He requested the Collector on behalf of Kaumi Ekta Committee to kindly intervene and save them from becoming homeless.

Nimawat, hammering the BJP, said that we have asked the Collector to set up a transparent inquiry board for UIT’s involvement in this corruption and to punish the culprits.

He added that the officials of UIT and Nagar Parishad have given the notices to the people who are residing, 700-800 meters far from the lake.  Legally, notices should only be given to the houses which are within 500m from the lake.

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