The campaign continued on the fourth day, with a fine for distributing dirt

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The campaign to eradicate the attacks by the Mau administration continued on Friday. Under the leadership of the city magistrate JN Sachan, this campaign was carried out from Ghazipur Tiraha to Bhiti Chauraha of the city. Meanwhile, a fine of five thousand rupees was levied for spreading dirt on a shopkeeper along with removing temporary tampering from 15 shopkeepers.
On Friday the raid of Ghazipur Tiraha of the city started. Here, a shop owner’s temporary encroachment of roadside building materials has been removed onto the street. In this sequence, the shopkeepers’ temporary encroachments on the street gutters by the JCB machine were removed by the city workers. Measures have been taken to remove the temporary encroachment of 12 shopkeepers on both tracks on the Ghazipur Tiraha to Old Tehsil road. Many intruders removed the interference themselves, while some interventions were made and lifted onto the community’s tractor wagon. Meanwhile, the district judge ordered action to be taken against those who keep dirt and cow dung on the side of the road in Bhiti. After that, Amla directly reached the Bhiti Junction. Where the team took action to reclaim a fine of five thousand rupees from the shopkeeper who kept kuh dung on the road along the road to Shiv Temple. During the campaign, action was taken to remove more than 10 derelict electricity pylons along with illegal hoarding from Ghazipur Tiraha to Bhiti Chauraha. Prior to this, the intruders were warned by announcing that they would remove the interference from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. During the operation, police from four police stations, including City Magistrate JN, EO Sanjay Mishra, CO Dhanajay Mishra, Kotwal DK Srivastava, Satyaprakash, Narendra Kumar Have been present.

The campaign to eradicate the attacks by the Mau administration continued on Friday. Under the leadership of the city magistrate JN Sachan, this campaign was carried out from Ghazipur Tiraha to Bhiti Chauraha of the city. Meanwhile, a fine of five thousand rupees was levied for spreading dirt on a shopkeeper along with removing temporary tampering from 15 shopkeepers.

On Friday the raid of Ghazipur Tiraha of the city started. Here, a shop owner’s temporary encroachment of roadside building materials has been removed onto the street. In this sequence, the shopkeepers’ temporary encroachments on the street gutters by the JCB machine were removed by the city workers. Measures have been taken to remove the temporary encroachment of 12 shopkeepers on both tracks on the Ghazipur Tiraha to Old Tehsil road. Many intruders removed the interference themselves, while some interventions were made and lifted onto the community’s tractor wagon. Meanwhile, the district judge ordered action to be taken against those who keep dirt and cow dung on the side of the road in Bhiti. After that, Amla directly reached the Bhiti Junction. Where the team took action to reclaim a fine of five thousand rupees from the shopkeeper who kept kuh dung on the road along the road to Shiv Temple. During the campaign, action was taken to remove more than 10 derelict electricity pylons along with illegal hoarding from Ghazipur Tiraha to Bhiti Chauraha. Prior to this, the intruders were warned by announcing that they would remove the interference from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. During the operation, police from four police stations, including City Magistrate JN, EO Sanjay Mishra, CO Dhanajay Mishra, Kotwal DK Srivastava, Satyaprakash, Narendra Kumar Have been present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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