Madhya Pradesh: Protectors of illegal colonisers under political pressure guilty too, says Abdul Hamid

Nagda: BJP Minority Front former state secretary and social activist Abdul Hameed leveled serious allegation on local administrative officials citing that they are protecting colonizers those who are involved in an unlawful activities in the town.

In a statement made recently, Hamid said that officials are bowing down to the political pressure. Instead of acting against, they are protecting the illegal colonisers.

Quoting Government of Madhya Pradesh’s Urban Administration and Development Department principal secretary UK Samal, letter to all the sub-divisional officer (revenue) dated October 3, 1998 states all the colonies constructed without competent permission after June 30, 1998, in Nagda are declared illegal.

After 30 June 1998, if any illegal colony is constructed, then action should be taken to remove it by the competent authority considering it is illegal construction.

But the responsible officials instead of acting against such illegal coloniers, they are protecting them.

He said that the administration should take action against the illegal colonisers in an impartial manner and action should be taken against their protectors too.

This is not the first time when issue of illegal coloniers hog limelight in the town.

Before this, Congress leader Subodh Swami had alleged that all the action taken against colonisers in Nagda is being done at the behest of BJP and had made other serious baseless allegations too.

BJP Mandal president CM Atul apprised that Congress is deliberately spoiling the environment by misleading the people as elections are nearby.

He said that no injustice will be administered to the colonisers and no arrests will happen without evidence. MP Anil Firozia and former MLA Dilip Singh Shekhawat have spoken to the district collector in this regard, Atul said.

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