Intervention is marked on the banks of the Ramganga River: Divisional Commissioner

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Moradabad. The Divisional Commissioner expressed its displeasure by holding a virtual meeting with many department officials, including Municipal Corporation, Irrigation for Illegal Occupation, and Intervention on the banks of the Ramganga River. He instructed the departments concerned to draw up a list of the illegal occupations on their land on the bank of the river and to mark them after the survey had been carried out. Requested the district judge to prepare a plan of action to eradicate the illegal occupation after meeting and dispatching the concerned department officials. The Divisional Commissioner said the issue would be worked on in three phases to bring the flow back to its old shape.
District Judge Shailendra Kumar Singh was also present at the virtual meeting of Division Representative Anjaneya Kumar. In addition, officials from the Irrigation, Flood Protection and Finance Bureau, including City Commissioner Sanjay Chauhan, also attended. The Divisional Commissioner expressed his displeasure with the department officials that an illegal occupation is taking place on the banks of the Ramganga River, there is a concentration of animals. Dirt is spread. Dung is thrown into the river. This endangers the existence of the river, but the departments concerned do nothing. According to the district commissioner, the municipal commissioner announced that the company had removed the interference. Many illegal houses were demolished, but some people recaptured them.
According to the Divisional Commissioner, he said the department was not serious about the operations on the banks of the river, so serious work was now going on. There were floods here in 2012. The water had also come a long way last year. The Divisional Commissioner said that he had asked the district judge to conduct an investigation on the banks of the Ramganga River by the departments concerned and to draw up a record of which land there was illegally occupied. Mark them and make sure there are markings there.
Thereafter, the district judge should hold a meeting with all affected department officials and prepare and send to them an action plan to eliminate the illegal occupation. The Divisional Commissioner said the work would have to be carried out in three phases to clear the encroachment on the banks of Ramganga. First, the identification of illegal attacks and the elimination of the occupation; second, action will be taken against those who are collecting dirt and e-waste in Ramganga, etc.

Moradabad. The Divisional Commissioner expressed its displeasure by holding a virtual meeting with many department officials, including Municipal Corporation, Irrigation for Illegal Occupation, and Intervention on the banks of the Ramganga River. He instructed the departments concerned to draw up a list of the illegal occupations on their land on the bank of the river and to mark them after the survey had been carried out. Requested the district judge to prepare a plan of action to eradicate the illegal occupation after meeting and dispatching the concerned department officials. The Divisional Commissioner said the issue would be worked on in three phases to bring the flow back to its old shape.

District Judge Shailendra Kumar Singh was also present at the virtual meeting of Division Representative Anjaneya Kumar. In addition, officials from the Irrigation, Flood Protection and Finance Bureau, including City Commissioner Sanjay Chauhan, also attended. The Divisional Commissioner expressed his displeasure with the department officials that an illegal occupation is taking place on the banks of the Ramganga River, there is a concentration of animals. Dirt is spread. Dung is thrown into the river. This endangers the existence of the river, but the departments concerned do nothing. According to the district commissioner, the municipal commissioner announced that the company had removed the interference. Many illegal houses were demolished, but some people recaptured them.

According to the Divisional Commissioner, he said the department was not serious about the operations on the banks of the river, so serious work was now going on. There were floods here in 2012. The water had also come a long way last year. The Divisional Commissioner said that he had asked the district judge to conduct an investigation on the banks of the Ramganga River by the departments concerned and to draw up a record of which land there was illegally occupied. Mark them and make sure there are markings there.

Thereafter, the district judge should hold a meeting with all affected department officials and prepare and send to them an action plan to eliminate the illegal occupation. The Divisional Commissioner said the work would have to be carried out in three phases to clear the encroachment on the banks of Ramganga. First, the identification of illegal attacks and the elimination of the occupation; second, action will be taken against those who are collecting dirt and e-waste in Ramganga, etc.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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