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HomeStatesMeerut News: Crackdown Continues! 100 Illegal Colonies Targeted in New Demolition Drive

Meerut News: Crackdown Continues! 100 Illegal Colonies Targeted in New Demolition Drive

Examine the efforts being made by the Meerut Development Authority to eradicate illegal colonies, with a goal of demolishing 100 of these settlements by December 31st.

Meerut News: Following the conclusion of the Grap-3 pollution control programme, the Meerut Development Authority has resumed its efforts to tighten the screws on illegal colonies. According to Meda VC Abhishek Pandey, the goal is to destroy 100 illegal colonies by December 31st. 150 illegal colonies were destroyed prior to this. On a war footing, action will now be taken against unauthorised colonies and construction. In this regard, the administration and police have already been notified.

MEDA Website Lists 366 Illegal Colonies in Meerut

The website of the Meerut Development Authority (MEDA) features a list of 366 illegal colonies that are constantly expanding throughout the city. In the course of the last six months, the campaign has resulted in the demolition of about 150 illegal colonies.

Meerut Resumes Anti-Colony Drive After GRP-3 Removal

These colonies were not demolished after GRP-3 was put into place. Now that Grape-3 has been removed, Meda VC has called another meeting of the enforcement team, started a major campaign against illegal colonies, and set a deadline of December 31st for the demolition of 100 illegal colonies. In the last three days, the enforcement team has destroyed over seven colonies as a result of this. Illegal colonies are impeding the city’s planned development, according to Meda VC Abhishek Pandey

MEDA Secretary Specifies Email for Colony Development Updates

According to MEDA Secretary Chandrapal Tiwari, mdameerut@rediffmail will be used once the developer has finished the internal development work of the concerned colonies. Details ought to be provided on com. We will take action against the coloniser if the information we have received turns out to be accurate.

MEDA Commences Arrangements for Internal Projects

In order to finish the internal development projects in the authorised residential colonies, MEDA has begun the necessary arrangements. The registered Resident Welfare Association (RWA/AOA) of the residential colonies (talpat map) and group housing that has been authorised by the authority has received public notice in the following order..

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