Mahendragarh News:The civic administration has started tightening the noose on evacuation of the verandahs of Mahendragarh city shopping complex. In the coming days, the city administration will write a letter demanding that the shopping complex’s porches be evacuated and asking the judge on duty and the police to remove the encroachment. The municipality had previously asked 261 shopkeepers to vacate the porches of the shopping complex. The notice gave shopkeepers three days’ notice to vacate the verandahs. In the notice to the shop owners, three days have passed. Now the city administration will write a letter asking the judge on duty and the police to remove the encroachment. After that, the administration will take large-scale measures to free the encroachment.
We tell you that there is a lot of crowd in the city’s markets. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., it is impossible to ride a four-wheeler, especially around the Main Bazaar, Gandhi Bazaar, Balaji Chowk, shopping complex and vegetable market, but people walking on foot also face great difficulty battle. The main reason for this is the arrival of large vehicles in the markets, but on the other hand, the administration and people also believe that some shopkeepers are encroaching on the road temporarily and permanently. Especially in the shopping complexes, 80 percent of the traders permanently invade the verandas that were built in front of the shops for the common people. Because of this, people face major problems in summer and rainy seasons. For all these reasons, the city administration has now decided to take strict action against the permanent and temporary market intruders. The municipality has built the Maharaja Agrasen Shopping Complex in the center of the city. This pentagonal shopping complex has about 600 shops and showrooms. Of these, the owners of 80 percent of the shops and showrooms have permanently and temporarily encroached on the verandas in front of the shops.
In March of this year, NAPA also sent a notice to store owners. At that time, the shopkeepers gathered and went to see former minister Ram Bilas Sharma. The former minister had called the municipal secretary and asked him to give him two months’ time, but the shopkeepers did not remove the encroachment even after five months.
NAPA notified 261 store owners who had invaded the shopping complex’s porches. The notice gave shopkeepers three days’ notice to vacate the verandahs. The shopkeepers’ three-day time limit has expired. Now the city administration will write a letter asking the judge on duty and the police to remove the encroachment. – Ramesh Saini, Central Municipality, Mahendragarh.
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