Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today directed the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) to look into the unauthorised constructions in Sector 46 market here.
Khattar said this while presiding over monthly meeting of the District Public Grievances Committee here.
The officers informed the chief minister that unauthorised constructions in the Sector 46 market and other sectors of HUDA would be removed on October 23 and on December 15 an anti-encroachment campaign would be carried out.
In a complaint pertaining to the HUDA land in Sector 38 being illegally used for constructing slums, Khattar directed officers to get all illegal possessions vacated.
The commissioner of police, Gurugram, was also asked to have a road opened following a complaint that the Nirvana Residents Welfare Association had allegedly blocked it.
On the issue of increasing the height of the road from Bhuteshwar temple to Khandsa, the chief minister said a meeting in this regard would be held by officers to take stock of actual condition of the road.
Chairman, Haryana Housing Board, Jawahar Yadav and other dignitaries were present in the meeting.
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