Nine Illegal Colonies In Sultanpur, Bhondsi Razed, 35 Acres Cleared, ET RealEstate

October 26, 2023

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GURUGRAM: The department of town and country planning (DTCP) demolished nine illegal colonies in Sultanpur, Bhondsi and Farrukhnagar on Wednesday. Around 35- acre prime agricultural land was cleared during the drive.

The enforcement team demolished around 50 structures which were constructed on the land without mandatory permissions from the competent authorities.

District town planner (enforcement) Manish Yadav said a massive demolition drive was carried out in Sultanpur where two illegal colonies, spread over seven acres, were razed by the enforcement wing. During the drive, 12 farmhouses, one factory, eight structures, road network and boundary walls were demolished in presence of police force.

Six more illegal colonies in Farrukhnagar village falling in Gurgaon Urban Area were demolished with the help of police force. During the drive, around 27 acres of prime agricultural land was cleared after razing 26 structures, road network and boundary walls.

Another illegal colony spread over two acres was razed in the Maruti Kunj area of Bhondsi village.

During the drive, people gathered at the site and DTCP officials appealed to them that they should not invest their hard earned money in such unauthorised colonies and they should contact the office of DTP for any enquiry before buying any land or plot.

The state government has carved out new sectors in Sohna, Bhondsi, Farrukhnagar and adjoining areas under the Gurgaon Master Plan 2031. Illegal colonies in these areas are disrupting the development of the new sectors, DTCP officials said.

According to officials, the offenders are using the gaps and carving out illegal colonies on prime agricultural land in violation of Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975. Section 7A of the Act states that the registration of sale deed of a plot having a size less than 1 acre is not allowed without a no-objection certificate (NOC) from the DTCP.

  • Published On Oct 26, 2023 at 08:36 AM IST

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