As many as 600 unlawful shanties had been demolished and eight acres of public land was recovered throughout an anti-encroachment drive performed by the Municipal Company of Gurugram (MCG) within the Aravallis, close to Sikanderpur on Monday, stated officers of the civic physique.
The drive was performed by the officers of the enforcement wing of the civic physique and was carried out beneath heavy police safety. Over 200 cops had been current on the spot to offer cowl to MCG officers. There was a stray incident of stone-pelting allegedly by these residing within the shanties, stated MCG officers, including that the matter was rapidly resolved by the police personnel current on the spot.
MCG officers stated that no person suffered any accidents throughout the drive. “We’re within the strategy of figuring out the individuals who threw stones on the officers of the enforcement workforce in order that authorized motion will be initiated towards them,” stated Hariom Attri, joint commissioner, MCG, who was headed the drive on Monday.
That is the third such drive to be performed by MCG officers within the Aravalli area within the final seven days.Final week, on Thursday, the MCG had performed the same anti-encroachment drive in Sikanderpur and close to Bristol Chowk. Practically 300 unlawful shanties had been demolished within the drive. Earlier than that, on Tuesday, the civic physique had performed one other such drive in Sikanderpur and had demolished 70 unlawful shanties. It had recovered two acres of land belonging to the MCG.