Yaqub's house opposite Cloth Market hospital was demolished in Indore on Wednesday morning
Yaqub's house opposite Cloth Market hospital was demolished in Indore on Wednesday morning
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Indore: After a day’s gap, Indore Municipal Corporation, district administration and police resumed their joint operation against goons and demolished illegal structures of two listed criminals on Wednesday.

The IMC removal gang razed down a three-storeyed house of history- sheeter Yaqub Noor near Cloth Market Hospital and five shops illegally built by Narendra Singh Jaat behind Lal Hospital in Malharganj area. Armed with JCB and polcain machines, the removal gang accompanied by heavy police first reached Malharganj area where Jaat had illegally setup five shops.

The IMC team demolished shops and then moved to Gangwal bus station area where Yaqub had constructed a G+2 building against building norms. “The building was constructed on 350 sq ft plot, which was flattened,” said additional municipal commissioner Devendra Singh.

Singh stated that both Yaqub and Jaat are listed criminals. As per information, more than a dozen cases are registered against Yaqub including attempt to murder, extortion and robbery. Singh said 60 illegal structures were demolished in last one month.

So far, the IMC has demolished structures of listed criminals including Sajid Chandanwala, Babbu and Chhabbu and Manohar Verma. The IMC also demolished illegally constructed ashram of Namdev Das Tyagi aka Computer Baba.

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