SDA demolishes illegal structures
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 25: The Srinagar Development Authority (SDA) Wednesday demolished several illegal structures along the Panthachowk-Parimpora bypass.
“We had got information that some illegal structures have started coming up along the bypass and accordingly a team of officers from the Enforcement Wing of SDA surveyed the area and removed these structures,” Khawaja Abdul Aziz, Deputy Director Enforcement SDA told Greater Kashmir.
Giving details he said a shopline coming up illegally near Shalteng and some structures being constructed at Khanday Colony, Nowgam were demolished during the drive.
He said the demolitions were carried out on the instructions of Vice-Chairman SDA, Dr G N Qasba.
Pertinently, the area falling on two sides of the bypass from Nowgam to Pantha Chowk has been declared a green belt as per the Srinagar Master Plan.
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