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Monday, June 24, 2013
Booklet on govt land encroachment
June 23, 2013, DHNS:
Bangalore Urban district administration will come out with a booklet
on illegal encroachment of government land including forests in
an extensive survey of encroached government land is underway. Deputy
Commissioner (Bangalore Urban) G C Prakash camped in Anekal to ensure
that the work is executed without any “influence”.
told Deccan Herald that he held a meeting with the taluk and
panchayat officers along with surveyors to ensure that the work is
will recover every inch of government land. We will not spare
schools, anganwadi centres, houses and commercial buildings if our
survey shows that they are on the government land,” said Prakash.
Show cause notices to around 100 persons have been issued as per the court directions, asking why their properties, constructed on government or forest land, should not be demolished, he added.