Sunday, August 27, 2006

Encroached property worth Rs 70 crore recovered by BDA

Encroached property worth Rs 70 crore recovered by BDA
Deccan Herald

The Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) took possession of a property worth Rs 70 crore on Saturday.

The property (Survey No. 20), spread across eight acres and 34 guntas in Konanakunte village, Banashankari V Stage, was illegally occupied by land-grabbers.

The encroachers had also built 14 compound walls, asbestos-roofed sheds and six RCC buildings.

However, a task force headed by H S Revanna, Superintendent of Police, K L Srinivas Rao, Executive Engineer, South division demolished the structures and took possession of the property and also fenced it.

The BDA has also cancelled some allotments in Arkavathy after finding that the applicants had furnished false declarations.

During a scrutiny of site allotments, the BDA came across such discrepancies and decided to also compel the applicants to forfeit the initial deposit.

Some of the cases identified by the BDA are - applicants for 50x80 dimension sites - Manju Rakesh Batra, Site No. 69 in Arkavathy 7th Block, P Vijayalakshmi, Site No. 190, 8th Block, V Ramesh Babu, Site No. 394, Arkavathy 7th Block, Jyothishankar, Site No. 293, Arkavathy V Block, Rukmini, Site No. 285, Arkavathy V Block. According to the BDA authorities, the scrutiny will continue.


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