BENGALURU: Bangalore Growth Authority (BDA) reclaimed properties price Rs 100 crore after bulldozing a number of industrial complexes and shacks on Tuesday.
Outfitted with bulldozers and accompanied by over 200 policemen, the staff arrived at HBR Structure, northeast Bengaluru, and started clearing buildings that had come up on BDA-acquired plots.
Fifteen industrial complexes have been constructed on 1.5 acres on survey quantity 75. This land, which is a part of 6 acres acquired by BDA in 1989 for constructing HBR Structure, was not surrendered by the homeowners, BDA mentioned in a launch. Of the acquired land, the authority had used 1.5 acres for developing the ring highway.
The landowners had moved town civil courtroom, which dominated in opposition to them, and it was upheld within the excessive courtroom. Regardless of a number of warnings, they continued to occupy the properties and have been incomes good income by leasing them out, the discharge mentioned. Each time BDA would provoke motion, the homeowners and their supporters would block the evacuation drive. This time, BDA commissioner Rajesh Gowda sought police assist for the demolition.