Now, Gurugram to demolish all unlawful properties on PLPA land

In perspective of the Supreme Courtroom direction in a situation pertaining to Khori Basti this earlier thirty day period, the Gurugram district administration has made the decision to establish the illegal structures on the land notified beneath the Punjab Land Preservation Act, 1900 and remove the encroachment.

Close to 6,800 hectares land in the district throughout 33 revenues estates is notified less than the PLPA.

The Faridabad district administration much too had on July 28 explained all illegal constructions, like farmhouses and instructional institutes, on the land notified below the PLPA would be demolished to apparent the encroachment on the forest land. The Faridabad district has all around 130 illegal buildings distribute across 500 acres PLPA notified land.

The Supreme Court docket experienced, in a issue pertaining to Khori Basti demolition, observed on July 23 that “the path to remove all unauthorised structures standing on the forest land applies to ‘all’ unauthorised structures without the need of any exception”.

Holding a conference with the officials worried on Tuesday, Gurugram Deputy Commissioner Yash Garg ordered to perform the survey of the land notified underneath the law with drones to detect the unlawful buildings. Mr. Garg directed that the survey be started off in just a 7 days and encroachment eradicated following notice to the homeowners of the unlawful constructions.

All homes falling under the jurisdiction of the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram, Municipal Corporation of Manesar and the rural areas would be mapped. Chief Conservator of Forests, Vasvi Tyagi, was also existing in the conference.