The Municipal Corporation (MC) has did not prevent illegal production on agricultural land out of doors. All Dora at thirteen villages merged with it with the aid of the UT Administration lately. Illegal systems are developing without any test in nearly all of these villages. Though the Chandigarh Administration had introduced that the Periphery Control Act will preserve to remain in force on land out of all Dora in the villages, the ground fact is specific.
The Act prohibits any production or business activity on farmland. t. One of the violations became observed at Shastri Nagar in Mani Majra. The vicinity falls in the periphery of Kishangarh village, which merged with the MC late However, illegal construction on a huge scale is being finished in those villages, and there is no take a look at.ly.
Though the Land Acquisition Officer (LAO) of the UT Administration demolished illegal structures in Shastri Nagar the ultimate year, it has didn’t deter citizens from wearing out unauthorized construction. Construction pastime on small plots measuring 2 to 3 canals is occurring in complete swing.
Thirteen villages, which have been merged with the MC these days, are Behlana, Raipur Khurd, Raipur Kalan, Makhan Majra, Daria, Mauli Jagran, Kishangarh, Kaimbwala, Khuda Ali Sher, Khuda Jassu, Khuda Lahora, Sarangpur, and Dhanas. Earlier, nine villages have been added under the jurisdiction of the civic frame.
Sources said with the switch of villages, a few belongings sellers were promoting small plots giving a false impression to the gullible consumers that the development could be regularised soon.
When contacted, MC Commissioner KK Yadav, appointed the Administrator of the villages till elections were held there, said even though the implementation of the Periphery Control Act turned into the obligation of the LAO and the SDMs worried, he would get the violation checked soon. He stated movement could be taken against the violators as consistent with the regulation.