Sunday, May 07, 2006

The UT Administration has sought support from all concerned quarters for its proposed enforcement drive for removal of encroachments

Chandigarh, May 7:- The UT Administration has sought support from all concerned quarters for its proposed enforcement drive for removal of encroachments and unauthorized constructions in the UT. The Administration accords top priority to the public interest and public safety. While preparing various developmental plans and projects, the Administration always gives top priority to the public interests and safety of the residents of the city. The Administration also proposes to educate general public about the implications of unauthorized constructions made in violations of rules regulating the planned development of the city. The incident of building collapse in Bapu Dham colony leading to three human casualty and damages to the adjoining buildings should be an eye opener to the violators of the law. It is high time that all the residents of the city realize the gravity of the problem. They should lend active support to the campaign of the Administration so that sanctity of the planned city is retained and the development plans and projects are executed in a time bound manner. It should be understood that Chandigarh is a very planned city and known for its architectural wonders not only in the country but all over the world. All necessary architectural controls are inbuilt in the various rules and regulations so as to maintain the architectural standards befitting to a planned city. Therefore, it becomes duty of the residents as well as their representatives to create an awareness regarding the importance of maintaining the plan status of the city in the larger interest and in the interest of the public safety. All should cooperate and support the enforcement drive so that the slur of the encroachments on the beauty-city is completely erased and such accidents & tragedy like Bapu Dham do not reoccur.
Chandigarh Desk
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