Encroachment on railway land, along tracks removed | So Good News
Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Bhopal Railway Division, on Thursday, cleared encroachments on the surrounding railway land and the tracks. The anti-encroachment drive covered 6,600 square meters area from Sant Hirdaram Nagar-Bhopal railway stations.
Teams from the railway engineering department along with the district administration removed the encroachments along the railway tracks between Hirdaram Nagar and Bhopal railway stations. Illegal constructions on the railway’s land were cleared.
In this action, illegally constructed 80 kutcha/pucca houses along the railway line from kilometer 231/12 to 231/22 between Sant Hirdaram Nagar-Bhopal were removed from the railway land.
The people had encroached on railway land along the tracks of about 6,600 square metres.
The railway engineering department surveys the land along the railway line in the full circle and demarcates its boundary.
The divisional railway administration, with the help of local administration, frees the railway country from the encroachments. The encroachers were first asked to clear the land and then action was taken when they failed to leave the land.
Divisional Railway Manager (DRM) Saurabh Bandopadhyay has appealed to the residents living near the railway line or bordering the border not to enter the railway land. They are warned not to raise any construction on the railway site.
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