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Eviction Drive Of CHB From The Un-Authorized/Illegal Occupants At Daddumajra

Yadavindra S Rana | July 19, 2022 06:01 PM

CHANDIGARH:The Chandigarh Housing Board has carried out eviction drive of
unauthorized occupation in Dadumajra on Monday.
During the drive, one unit has been sealed and three more Dwelling Unit were got
vacated from unauthorized occupation in Dadumajra. The three Dwelling Units were
constructed on the CHB land illegally and one dwelling units was occupied un-authorisedly. 
Since the occupants failed to handover peaceful vacant possessions of the units within the
prescribed time, the eviction drive was carried out by the Chandigarh Housing Board. The
belongings of the occupant were taken out and the dwelling units were sealed by the officers
of the CHB. Now the possession of the all the four dwelling has been taken over by the
Chandigarh Housing Board. Some of the constructions have already been demolished and
remaining illegal/un-authorized constructions will be demolished in next few days. building
Violations were also removed from these Dwelling Units.
  Charges for illegal occupation of the dwelling Units and cost of demolitions are being
computed and it will be recovered from them, revealed the board’s official.
The official also stated that to avoid cancellation of units and eviction, all the
allotttess were again requested not to undertake any fresh building violations otherwise the
same is liable to be demolished on their risk and cost, in addition cancellation of allotments.
Since these violations may lead to structure safety issues not only for the dwelling units but
also for the particular unit and also for the adjoining unit also, the CHB is adopting zero
tolerance policy. To ensure effective actions against fresh illegal/un-authorized constructions,
the CHB is adopting zero tolerance policy. All the allottees who have been issued
Challans/demolition notices against the fresh constructions are requested to remove these
violations immediately to avoid demolition and cancellation of allotments by the Chandigarh
Housing Board.

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