No power, water to encroachers
The Gurgaon administration has asked the public for help in curbing unauthorised constructions around the Indian Air Force (IAF) depot. The area is a restricted zone. HT reports.india Updated: Apr 15, 2011 01:05 IST
The Gurgaon administration has asked the public for help in curbing unauthorised constructions around the Indian Air Force (IAF) depot. The area is a restricted zone.
The administration said people can send information by post, email or any other means. The name of the informant will be kept confidential. Gurgaon deputy commissioner MC Meena held a meeting at his office on Thursday in this regard.
Meena asked the officers concerned to be more vigilant to curb illegal construction within 900 metres of the IAF ammunition depot.
He said electricity given as temporary connections for construction activities will be cut off now, and borewells operated at under-construction houses will be dismantled.
He told officials to serve notice to illegal occupants, take photographs of the properties, and demolish them immediately. Meena said police help will be given for demolition purposes. He directed ACP Rajesh Duggal to arrest the culprits after filing FIRs against them.
Meena said if unauthorised construction is found during inspection by senior officers, the in-charge officer will be held responsible. He said registration of sale deeds at unauthorised colonies has been banned already.
Present at the meeting were assistant commissioner under training Sumit Kumar, SDM Gurgaon north Satender Duhan, MCG joint commissioners NS Yadav, Veena Hooda and YS Gupta; HUDA estate officers Pushpender Singh Chauhan and Vatsal Vashist and ACP (Udyog Vihar) Rajesh Duggal.