Tribune News Service
Faridabad, January 22
A team of the Department of Town and Country Planning (DTP), enforcement and vigilance, pulled down 11 illegal constructions, which had come up in an unauthorised residential colony spread on 3.5 acres in the revenue area of Baselwa village of the district today.
According to the DTP , Rajender Sharma, who led the demolition drive said the constructions razed included two under-construction commercial buildings, a building material store, two boundary walls and five DPC (damp proof course) and a road network built illegally.
Legal action had been taken against two property dealers, who he said had carved out plots or sold the property to buyers in contravention to the rules and regulations.
The DTP office has also put up notices in various parts of the district asking the residents not to buy plot or land without seeking NOC from the department concerned.
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