Mangaluru: Demolition of illegal houses under construction on government-owned land

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, March 25: Houses that were illegally built on government land worth millions of rupees that rose on a site set aside for victims of sea erosion in Ullal were demolished by Ullal City Municipality officials on Wednesday .

The backhoe was used to knock down the structures located at Madyar Sainagar in the panchayat of Kotekar city. Ullal Municipal Chief Officer Rayappa led the operation which was executed around 5.30am.

A plot of 1.42 acres had been set aside to be allocated to the victims of Ullal sea erosion, but it was said that the land was given to influential builders later. This land is registered in the name of the municipality of Ullal.

In the case of two houses under construction, the municipality stopped the work, took possession of the buildings and locked the gates. Signs announcing that these properties belonged to the municipality of Ullal were hung. It is said that the deputy district commissioner, Dr KV Rajendra, has requested a detailed report on how the houses were built on government land, why the municipal officials in Ullal remained silent, how the electricity connection was established and on what basis Kotekar city panchayat issued door numbers to illegal houses. .

The police, on the basis of a complaint lodged by the prefect of Ullal, registered a first information report against the manufacturer concerned.

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