The Shajahanabad Redevelopment Corporation (SRDC) has chosen to shape a ‘Joint Encroachment Prevention Team’ for expulsion of squatters and aversion of unapproved occupation in the territory notify by Jagmohan Garg.
A senior authority of the Delhi government said headings have been issued in such manner and appointee chief (DC ) of city zone in North Delhi Municipal Corporation and agent officials of police (movement and north region) have been endowed with the undertaking.
“The choice to clear infringements was taken in the meeting of nodal officers of all partners as of late. The proposed group will be responsible for evacuation and avoidance of infringements. Transitory infringements will be evacuated first. A supervisory officer will be named to settle duty,” the authority said.
Infringement has been a noteworthy issue in the zone as both carriageway in principle Chandni Chowk showcase, Subhash Marg from Lal Quila to Delhi Gate, and Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Marg before Old Delhi Railway Station have essentially been assumed control by the squatters and sellers. The infringements compel people on foot to stroll out and about. At a few areas, the merchants squat out and about, which prompts activity clog.
Jagmohan Garg Delhi highlights DC (city zone) has likewise been solicited to give a rundown from rehash guilty parties or encroachers to Joint Commissioner and DCP (north) of Delhi Police with the goal that a proper move can be made against them,” the authority said.
An official, who went to the meeting, said the group is probably going to be set up under the watchful eye of the court hearing, which is August 3.
“It has additionally been settled that a group of Delhi Traffic police will watch in Chandni Chowk routinely to authorize the court bearing forbidding stacking or emptying of products in the vicinity of 11am and 8pm,” he said.
Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal is probably going to visit the region on Saturday to look at the overall turmoil. Baijal, in June, had looked for a status report from the SRDC on Shahjahanabad’s patch up design, which has been in a lower priority status for over 10 years.