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Jamshedpur, March 16: The East Singhbhum district administration is all set to launch anti-encroachment drive in Sakchi again. An announcement in this regard was made on Tuesday asking the shop owners to remove infraction from the government land.

The district administration headed by SDO Suraj Kumar will launch the eviction drive and remove kiosks and also the overhang from shops. After Sakchi, the drive will move towards Bistupur where several illegal kiosks have been built and shop owners have captured the area illegally.

This time the administration has carried out a survey and has made a list of legal and illegal shops and also prepared a separate list of the shops on which there is a court case.

After the list is prepared the eviction drive will be launched according and after Sakchi is done, the drive will move towards Bistupur. A template for the anti-encroachment drive was prepared in a meeting headed by DC Dr. Amitabh Kaushal on Monday.

Dhalbhum SDO Suraj Kumar, CO Jamshedpur Manoj Kumar, JNAC (Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee) special officer Deepak Sahay, MNAC (Mango Notified Area Committee) special officer JP Yadav, Jugsalai Municipality special officer Surendra Prasad, Captain Dhananjay Mishra of Jusco and others were also present at the meeting.

Those shop owners who keep their counters or showcase stretched out of their shops and display extra goods of their shops need to take extra caution and should remove their goods and keep it within their limit.

The district administration this time will be strict and will seize the goods in addition to imposing fines the shop owners.

During the meeting, deputy commissioner Dr. Amitabh Kaushal ordered the team to envelop the area from where the encroachment is removed so that the shop owners donít capture the area again.

Since the administration launched the eviction drive in several areas of the city, shop owners and house owners have once again encroached on the land, which was made free a week ago.

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