Assam: 151 illegally occupied homes on a railroad site expelled in Tinsukia

Assam: 151 illegally occupied homes on a railroad site expelled in Tinsukia

A total of 151 houses that were illegally occupied were identified, and the Railway Bureau issued a notice of eviction to the people living there.

“We will remove the illegal intrusion where a rail overbridge (ROB) is to be built. This is primarily the railroad line where eviction drives are currently taking place. Railroad authorities say the district. We carried out an eviction drive with the government. “Chinmoy Pathak, Circle Officer at Tinsukia Revenue Circle, told the media about this.

According to reports, the district administration has empowered two justices of the peace to ensure that the state of local law and order is maintained.

Meanwhile, an investigator at the Tinsukia Revenue Circle Office evacuated a peasant farm on the morning of June 11 at Tinsukia-McMur Road.

Reportedly, the administration of the notice ordered the eviction of 14 illegal Daba and roadside restaurants. Apu’s restaurant and 13 others have been kicked out.

According to a notice issued by the Tinsukia Revenue Circle Office, Daba and the restaurant have invaded the reserved land on the side of the road, according to a report received from the relevant Lor Mandals (LMS) of the Tinsukia Revenue Circle.