MC donates seized constructing materials to spiritual establishment

MC donates seized constructing materials to spiritual establishment

Tribune Information Service

Amritsar, February 11

Officers of the Municipal Company (MC) seized constructing materials from 5 outlets beneath the particular drive launched in opposition to the unlawful encroachment and air air pollution within the metropolis right here yesterday. The MC has initiated a drive in opposition to the constructing materials merchants, who occupied the roadside land by placing sand and gravels.

Dharminderjit Singh, Property Officer, mentioned, “We have now requested the constructing materials house owners to place the objects of their godowns and don’t occupy the federal government land. The storage of sand, gravel and bricks on the roadside pose inconvenience to commuters. The observe additionally results in air air pollution and causes accidents. Regardless of repeated warnings, we now have no possibility however to grab their illegally positioned constructing materials on authorities land.”

In a primary of its variety transfer, Property Wing of the Municipal Company donated the seized constructing materials to native temples, gurdwaras and different spiritual and public welfare establishments.

“We don’t have storage facility to maintain such materials so we determined to donate the seized materials to the native spiritual and social welfare our bodies. We challenge a receipt to the shopkeeper in regards to the seized materials and in addition obtain acknowledgement receipt from the spiritual or social welfare organisation, the place development is happening,” mentioned Property Officer.

On Friday, the MC employees visited Batala Street and seized constructing materials, together with sand, gravel, metal and bricks from there. The fabric has been donated to Guru Ramdas Kusta Ashram, Amritsar, Jhabal Street, the place development is happening for the leprosy sufferers.

“We have now taken motion in opposition to a number of outlets on Ajnala Street, Batala Street, Fathegarh Churian Street within the final week. The drive will proceed in for subsequent some days,” added EO Dharminderjit Singh.

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