Now bulldozers did not run on encroachment even in Delhi's Mangolpuri

The anti-encroachment operation at Sultanpuri's Fish Market and Jagdamba Market was cancelled on Wednesday and Thursday due to the non-availability of the adequate police force, the NDMC said.

New Delhi: An anti-encroachment drive in Delhi's Mangolpuri area was on Friday cancelled due to the non-availability of the adequate police force. Municipal officials gave this information. According to a North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) official, the drive was to be carried out to remove temporary and permanent encroachments from roads and government land in Mangolpuri's Katran Bazar area.


An anti-encroachment drive was to be conducted on Friday in the area around Katran Bazar of Mangolpuri, but it was cancelled due to the non-availability of adequate police force, the official said. The anti-encroachment operation at Sultanpuri's Fish Market and Jagdamba Market was cancelled on Wednesday and Thursday due to non-availability of adequate police force, the NDMC said.


It is worth noting that last month the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) had to cancel the campaign in Jasola-Sarita Vihar for the same reason. Anti-encroachment drives have been carried out by the three municipal corporations in the last month in different parts of the national capital including Shaheen Bagh, Jahangirpuri, Madanpur Khadar, New Friends Colony, Mangolpuri, Rohini, Gokulpuri, Lodhi Colony, Janakpuri.