Chandigarh January 4
The Gurgaon district administration and Municipal Corporation Gurgaon (MCG) have decided to get an First Information Report (FIR) lodged against those who took up any construction in the prohibited 900 meter area of the Ammunition Depot get the guilty arrested by the police.
The matter of how to stop the new constrictions in the prohibited zone was discussed at length in a meeting presided over by the Deputy Commissioner, Gurgaon, Mr P.C. Meena in Gurgaon today to reveiw the situation. Mr Meena asked the MCG authorities that if they see any new construction coming up in the restricted zone, they should get it demolished at once because it was violation of the orders of the High Court. In the meeting it was revealed that 41 FIRs have been registered against those who undertook construction illegally in the prohibited area of the Amunition Depot. Out of these, 24 have been arrested by the police.
Mr Meena today again sought assistance of the people in curbing new constructions in the restricted zone around ammunition depot and said that anyone from general public could inform the administration about new unauthorized constructions in this prohibited zone.The information can be sent by post, email or any other means of communication. Mr Meena assured that the name of the informer would not be disclosed.
While presiding over the meeting, the Deputy Commissioner asked the concerned officers to be more vigilant to curb new construction in that area of the ammunition depot. He directed to disconnect the temporary power connections released for construction activities and seal and dismantle the bore wells being operated in the under construction houses. He said that after serving notice to the persons doing unauthorized constructions in the restricted area, the concerned officer should also take photographs of the construction and demolish it without delay. Mr Meena said that adequate police help will be provided for this purpose. He directed the Deputy Commissioner of Police (headquarters) Dr Abhey Singh Rao in this regard and said that the culprits should be arrested after registering FIR against them.
In the meeting, senior officers of all the concerned departments resolved that no new construction would be allowed in the restricted area and if found ongoing, all the departments would take action pertaining to them. Mr Meena said that if unauthorised construction is found during inspection by senior officers, the concerned officer incharge would be held responsible. He said that registration of sale deeds in unauthorized colonies have already been banned by the district administration. Even then, if anybody came across such a case where the sale deed of immoveable property in unauthorized colony was registered, he or she should inform about it to him so that the guilty officer could be brought to book and punished.
The meeting was attended by DCP (HQ) Abhey Singh Rao, Joint Commissioners of Municipal Corporation Gurgoan (MCG) KK Gupta and YS Gupta, Executive Engineers Raman and Rajesh Bansal and other officials of the MCG.