UP govt clears ‘unlawful’ Rohingya camps from its land in Delhi | Noida News
NOIDA: The Uttar Pradesh authorities on Thursday bought a bit of its land in Delhi cleared of encroachment allegedly completed by Rohingya refugees, in keeping with officers.
The 2.10 hectare land estimated value Rs 97 crore lies in Madan Khadar space of the nationwide capital close to Noida and belongs to the Irrigation Department of Uttar Pradesh, they stated.
UP Jal Shakti Minister Mahendra Singh shared a video of the early morning motion on social media, purportedly displaying a number of earth-movers razing momentary shelters and partitions to the bottom.
“Illegal Rohingya camps removed from the land belonging to the Irrigation Department in Madanpur Khadar at 4 am. Illegal occupants removed from the 2.10 hectare land of the UP Irrigation Department,” Singh tweeted.
दिल्ली में फिर से चला योगी का बुल्डोजर,योगी सरकार की दिल्ली में बड़ी कार्यवाही,मदनपुर खादर में सुबह 4 बजे ही का… https://t.co/Cm2If1dzpR
— Dr. Mahendra Singh (@bjpdrmahendra) 1626936138000
Officials concerned in Thursday’s anti-encroachment drive stated a workforce of the UP authorities had held a gathering with the Delhi administration on July 20 throughout which this motion was deliberate.
UP Irrigation Department’s Executive Engineer in Okhla V Okay Singh stated some extra of the state authorities’s land in the area is encroached and motion will quickly be taken to clear off the unlawful occupants from it, in keeping with a press release.
“The land that has been reclaimed today is in Madanpur Khadar. It is spread over an area of 2.10 hectare (around 5 acre) and is valued at Rs 97 crore,” Singh stated.
“Some camps of Rohingyas had come up in adjoining land belonging to the Zakaat Foundation but those camps had over a period of time taken over this land of the UP Irrigation Department too,” he stated.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Jal Shakti Minister Mahendra Singh had directed the officers to get the unlawful occupants from the federal government land eliminated, in keeping with the assertion.
In pursuance of his directions, the encroachment was eliminated from the land in Madanpur Khadar in the morning underneath supervision of Irrigation Department officers and with assist from Delhi’s police, civil defence volunteers, it added.