39 illegal constructions demolished in last two weeks: MCD
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Thirty-nine illegal constructions have been demolished in total in the last two weeks by the North and East Delhi Municipal Corporations in their respective areas, according to an MCD report.
"Thirty-nine illegal portions in total in north and east Delhi have been demolished by the North and East Delhi municipal corporations. The demolitions were carried out in Rohini and Shahdara (North) zones," the report said.
"While 39 illegal constructions were removed, nine properties in Shahdara (North) Zone were sealed," it said. The demolition and sealing were carried out by the building departments of the respective zones with the help of local police, North Delhi and East Delhi Municipal Corporation public relations officer Yogendra Singh Mann said.
As per the demolition figures -- 10 were from Rohini Zone while the rest 29 from Shahdara (North) zone. "In Rohini Zone, all 10 constructions were demolished while in Shahdara (North) zone, out of the 38 cases, nine were sealed," Mann said.
Areas in Rohini -- Paschim Vihar, Pitampura, New Multan Nagar, Nihal Vihar, Chandan Vihar Nangoli, Shalimar Bagh – involved cases pf illegal roof slab or partition walls among others.
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