PUNE Coming down arduous on unlawful encroachments on railway-owned land, the Pune railway division has despatched out notices to 64 unlawful encroachments on railway land close to the Talegaon railway station. The defaulters have been repeatedly instructed to take away encroachments with the deadline to lastly accomplish that being April 26 after which anti-encroachment motion shall be taken by the railways.
As per the knowledge given by the Pune railway division, there are unlawful encroachments by 63 individuals close to the Maharashtra Institute of Medical Schooling and Analysis (MIMER) which is near the Talegaon railway station. The land belongs to the railways and authorized notices to evacuate the land have been issued on April 11 by the Pune railway division. Not one of the encroachers have accepted the notices, so the railways have made bulletins by way of audio system on this space.
“Regardless of repeated efforts to take away encroachments and ship authorized notices to these accountable these individuals are not cooperating with the railways. So to offer them a final likelihood, all of the encroachers have been referred to as to the Pune divisional workplace to do the needful else anti-encroachment motion will begin on the spot by the railways,” mentioned Manoj Jhawar, Pune railway division spokesperson.
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