Demolition drive against illegal commercial complex..


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The authorities of Jammu and Kashmir tried to carry out a obliteration drive reflected upon the incompletely damaged” illegal” marketable complex in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua quarter on Friday, egging dealers to carry a kick against the administration department of the region.

The possessors of the structure blatted that the obliteration drive was carried out without issuing any previous notice to them. They further added that they’ve filed a plea in the high court and the hail is listed for Friday.

Including a heavy deployment of police labor force, men and machines of the Kathua Municipal Council, led by its Chief Executive Officer( CEO) Santosh Kotwal, has tried to carry out the obliteration drive at the complex located on the Shaheedi Chowk road as per the informations collected from the sources.

The proprietor of the following illegal structure who’s Mohinder Mahajan stated that he formerly when reached the spot also raised expostulations to the government’s action. He asked the CEO to show the obliteration notice as well. But the CEO failed to produce it, performing in wrathfulness among the dealers’ community and driving kick movements.

Authorities also contended that the possessors of the structure efficiently bought upon the officers to raise the structure immorally, performing in heated arguments between the possessors and officers.

As a result police too interposed inorder to forestall a clash between the two sides. The Beopar Mandal Kathua has raised concern over the development. Members of the organisation offered a kick against Kathua Deputy Commissioner, Rakesh Minhas and Residential BJP taglines.

The administration’s move came only a many days after the possessors of the structure converted the domestic complex into a marketableone.The external council had served a notice to the structure possessors and this matter was under the deputy manager’s consideration for a while.

” We’ve filed an operation in the high court. The hail is listed for Friday itself. It’s unfortunate that they damaged the structure without issuing any notice,” said one of the possessors to the journalists thismorning.The protesters have sat on a dharna, blocking a trace in the quarter, for which police are requesting them to disperse and insure a smooth inflow of business aswell.Further legal processes are yet to be carried out inorder to reach the roots of the case that has been laid.

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