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Jamshedpur: Four-storey building near Citi Inn Hotel sealed, Section 144 imposed


Jamshedpur, Nov 16: Mango municipal corporation (MNC) on Wednesday sealed a four-storeyed building located along the NH-33 in Mango after it tilted to one side, spreading fear among the locals.  MNC first evacuated as soon as the complication developed on Tuesday night.

The building which accommodated Kaushal Vikas Kendra’s Mango unit is located just beside Citi Inn Hotel at Pardih and was built over two decades ago.

In view of the apprehension of a major accident and danger to life and property due to a crack in the building located next to Hotel City Inn, Mango Pardih, the Dhalbhum subdivision administration has imposed prohibitory orders under Section 144 in a radius of 100 meters there. Sub-Divisional Officer of Dhalbhum Piyush Sinha on Wednesday issued an order to implement Section 144 on the report of the Zonal Officer of the demands.

After this order, there will be a ban on any person going to the said place without the permission of the competent authority. Entry and exit in any way from the said building will be completely prohibited. Any kind of dharna or demonstration, gherao, effigy burning will be prohibited at the said place. Using a sound amplifier without permission will be prohibited.

Deendayal Upadhyay Skill Development Center operates in this building. There was an all-round commotion after the crack in this building came to the fore on Tuesday.

Sinha said the complaint about the building’s tilt came from the management of the Kaushal Vikas Kendra last night.

“As we received the complaint about the tilt, we carried out an inspection immediately. Soon after we evacuated the students and all others from the building so that nothing untoward may take place. Today we have sealed the building for further investigation, ” said Sinha.

The Dhalbhum SDO said there are possibilities of some defects in the building which can be determined by the experts in the relevant department.

“We are keeping an eye on the situation. We are also consulting with both the government as well as private professionals experts to find out the exact cause behind the tilting of the building. Once the reason behind the complication is detected precisely, then only the necessary step will be taken, ” said the SDO.

Meanwhile, Binod Singh, owner of the building in question, has claimed that major digging work carried out recently for the expansion of NH-33 might have caused the displacement of underground rocks leading to the building getting tilted.

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