A stipulated time-period of two weeks has been fixed to carry out the exercise and submit the report for further necessary action, the spokesperson said.
The repair and renovation works of the fort are in progress under the supervision of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).
The removal of encroachments would pave way for restoration of the beauty of one of the oldest forts in the state.
The district administration would issue notices to the encroachers and has appealed them to voluntarily remove encroachments and cooperate in the interest of common good of the people of the district, the spokesperson said.
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