Authority razes illegal establishments in South Delhi

By Accommodation Times Bureau

NEW DELHI

In recent major anti-encroachment drive in south Delhi’s Fatehpur Beri village, the District Administration has eliminated 26 pukka and kachha houses, 3 farmhouses, parking sheds, several godowns and 25 jhuggis.

All the illegal constructions were on government land which is spread over 14 acres in the village.

“Some of the houses were occupied by people who had taken it on rent. However, there was no protest because the people knew that they were living on encroached land,” said Deputy Commissioner (south) Amjad Tak.





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