Indore: The Co- operative Department is set to file a case in respect of illegal colony developed on the land reserved for green belt. According to sources, the district administration has been raising the issue of illegal colonies since last one month. However, to date it has not taken any action against any colonisers, guilty of developing illegal colonies. In view of the current state of affairs, the Deputy Registrar ( Co- op) has decided to take the matter head on and set an example for the district administration.

Sources said that the Cooperative Department is taking the matter of 11- acre land situated on khasra no 525 in village Sirpur. The said land has been reserved for green belt in the Master Plan and is owned by Parivahan Karamchari Housing Co- op Society. The society prepared a site plan for the land without obtaining necessary permission from various departments concerned. The society also allotted plots to its members and executed the registry in their favour. This act by officebearers of the society is being treated as an effort to develop illegal colony by the Co- operative Department.

The department registered cases under Section 72( d) of the Cooperative Act against society’s president Manoj Malviya, vice- president Suresh Martand and five members of the board of directors. After conducting an inquiry, the department has directed SCI Radhyeshyam Garothiya to file a civil case in the JMFC court at the earliest.

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