News2News.in News.Yamunanagar. The city administration has launched a campaign to crack down on encroachers on the streets in the twin city. Under this campaign, a shopkeeper who leaves goods outside his shop will be fined Rs 10,000. At the same time, goods on the road are confiscated. This information was provided by Corporation CSI Sunil Dutt in removing encroachments on the railway road.
CSI Sunil Dutt said that on the instructions of Municipal Commissioner Ayush Sinha, the encroachment was removed from Railway Road and Mira Bai Market in Zone 2. For this operation, a team comprising SI Govind Sharma, SI Bittu, SI Satbir, ASI Ful Kumar, Ranbir Singh and Home Guard personnel was formed under his leadership. The team removed encroachments on both sides of the railway line. During this time, most shopkeepers began to collect the goods stored outside the shops and store them inside. The corporate team, on the other hand, loaded the goods stored on the street in front of the shops into the vehicles.
CSI Sunil Dutt alerted people not to keep items on the street. He explained to shopkeepers that storing goods on sidewalks and roads blocks roads. This leads to traffic jams on the roads and creates problems for the common people. He warned shopkeepers that they would be fined Rs 10,000 if they left goods outside the shops in future. At the same time, the goods carried along the way are also confiscated. He said that as part of the order-clearing measure, complaints had also been issued against two shop owners for littering.
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