Yamunanagar, April 20
A team of Municipal Corporation, Yamunanagar-Jagadhri (MCYJ) today cracked a whip on shopkeepers for allegedly littering and encroaching land in front of shops in the Meera Bai Market of Yamunanagar.
The team of the Municipal Corporation, Yamunanagar-Jagadhri issued seven challans to the violators.
“We have started a drive against encroachment and littering,” said Anil Nain, Chief Sanitary Inspector of the Municipal Corporation, Yamunanagar-Jagadhri .
He said five challans were issued for littering and two challans were issued for encroachment in the Meera Bai Market.
“We want to make the roads and markets encroachment free, so that people don’t have to face any problem due to encroachment,” said Anil Nain. He said several shopkeepers had encroached upon land by placing goods on the road.
“This time our team picked up the goods kept on the road and kept it inside the shops. However, the next time, if the goods are found kept on the road, they will be confiscated,” said Anil Nain.
He further said the anti-encroachment drive would continue in the twin cities of Yamunanagar and Jagadhri in future too. The violators will continue to be penalised. The market must be made encroachment free.
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