Anti- encroachment drive: 131 vehicles seized, 42 illegal construction sealed
Continuing their anti- encroachment drive against squatters, Municipal Corporations in Delhi have impounded 131 vehicles and seized 294 different articles. A senior Corporation's official said that 42 illegal constructions were also sealed in Tikri Kala, Seemapuri and Aman Vihar.
The civic bodies on Wednesday targeted areas of JJ Colony Wazirpur, SP Mukherjee Civic Centre, New Delhi, Mata Sundari College, Kamla Market, Mori Gate, Kashmiri Gate, Khoya Mandi, Mukarba Chowk to Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar, Millitary Road and D B Gupta Road, Hyderpur Chowk to Sector-18, Rohini and Peergarhi chowk to Nangloi Chowk, MB Road, Rangpuri Village, Mahipalpur, Lado Sarai, Shahdara to Nathu Colony, Durga Puri to Samshan Ghat, Kabir Nagarand New Friends Colony.
The official said that the action was taken on the direction Special Task Force (STF) constituted by the Supreme Court. The force comprises top officials from the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), Delhi Police, all the three municipal corporations and the New Delhi Municipal Council.
- Youth Congress protests against fuel price hike 24 May 2018 | Staff Reporter
- Sehwag, Bhaichung, Dahiya keen to run free sports coaching in city schools 24 May 2018 | Staff Reporter
- No gift please for our performing duties, say HC judges 24 May 2018 | PTI
- NGT slaps Rs 2-lakh fine on Railways 24 May 2018 | Staff Reporter
- Body of man with multiple injuries found in Okhla 24 May 2018 | Staff Reporter
- 81 vehicles impounded, several structures razed 24 May 2018 | Staff Reporter
- AAP questions BJP, L-G 24 May 2018 | Staff Reporter
- 3-member panel to probe IRS officer‚Äôs charge 24 May 2018 | Staff Reporter
- Sisodia summoned in CS assault case 24 May 2018 | Staff Reporter
- ABVP launches app for aspirants 24 May 2018 | Staff Reporter
Sunday EditionView All
20 May 2018 | PNS
New Delhi: “Now, let us enjoy our holidays,” this is how the Supreme Court concluded the hearing on the Karnataka power row on Saturday. The courtroom burst into a bout of laughter as Justice AK Sikri, who headed the three-judge Bench, made the jovial remark ...