Illegal construction in minister’s govt house, UT officials stall it
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"We are looking into all the aspects of the matter for further action."
A visit to the house on Tuesday revealed that the construction material was lying in the house and the walls had been raised to a height more than permissible under norms.
Interestingly, while the UT officials are working at a snail's pace in the inquiry being conducted into the alleged vandalism of the house number 500 in Sector 16 which was allotted to the then DGP Punjab P S Gill, they have acted rather swiftly in this case.
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