Adesh Gupta, the Delhi Bhartiya Janata Party’s Chief, has written to the mayors of the party-ruled South and East municipal corporations requesting that they identify and demolish “illegal encroachment” within their jurisdictions, a day after the anti-encroachment drive in violence-stricken Jahangirpuri.
“I wrote to the mayors and commissioners of South and East corporations, requesting that they take stern action against unlawful encroachment on government land by Bangladeshi, Rohingya, and anti-social groups in respective districts.”Advertisement
In separate letters dated April 20 to the mayors of East and South Delhi, Gupta stated that there is widespread encroachment in both south and east Delhi by “anti-social forces backed by local Aam Aadmi Party leaders.”
The AAP has categorically denied the claims. Gupta said in his letter to East Corporation mayor Shyam Sunder Agarwal, “Anti-social groups, with the backing of local Aam Aadmi Party officials, have encroached on vast portions of territory within the jurisdiction of East Delhi Municipal Corporation.
Identify these illegal encroachments, remove them using bulldozers, and take harsh action immediately.” He also wrote to Mayor Mukesh Suryan of the South Corporation in this respect.
“BJP leaders constructed Bangladeshi and Rohingya colonies around India in order to utilize them as puppets in their riots and bloodshed,” the AAP said.
If the BJP publishes a list of all the settlements it has founded, everyone would be able to forecast the location of the next riot.
The BJP is responsible for all encroachments; BJP councilors voted in favor of unlawful buildings. Nobody saves the central government of the BJP has the authority to settle Rohingyas in the nation.”
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Published By : Chittajallu H S Kumar
Edited By: Kiran Maharana