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Kiosks removed from LIG Square

INDORE MUNICIPAL Corporation today removed kiosks from LIG Crossing to the Gurudwara situated on AB Road to make way for construction of bond road. There are 44 kiosks along the way. A couple of eucalyptus trees were also felled to clear the way for the thoroughfare. Banners and small hoardings, too, were removed.

india Updated: Apr 01, 2006 23:39 IST

INDORE MUNICIPAL Corporation today removed kiosks from LIG Crossing to the Gurudwara situated on AB Road to make way for construction of bond road. There are 44 kiosks along the way. A couple of eucalyptus trees were also felled to clear the way for the thoroughfare. Banners and small hoardings, too, were removed.

The civic body has diverted road construction project from Mhow Naka to AB Road after its efforts to construct the bond road there were stymied following a green bench order to stop felling of trees.

IMC was about to fell over 500 trees along the road, which residents had planted in memory of their ancestors. The bond road from Mhow Naka to Phuti Kothi forms part of bond roads phase II.

At LIG Junction, people began dismantling their kiosks voluntarily after IMC issued notices to them yesterday.