Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Indore Municipal Corporation cracked the whip against people rearing cattle within the city limits. Illegal structures, including houses, of four people were demolished by the removal squad of IMC on Monday, a day after the 24-hour deadline granted to cattle-rearers for moving their cattle outside the city ended.
The IMC removal squad demolished illegally built enclosures and a G+2 residential building on a 1,500 square feet plot of Dinesh Baurasi for rearing pigs in the Bada Gwaltoli area. The removal squad demolished Baurasi’s structures amid mild protests by the affected family.
Similarly, IMC demolished the enclosures of Sandeep Baurasi and Sachin Baurasi in Bada Gwaltoli behind the Ram temple. Illegal portions of their houses for rearing pigs were also demolished.
Municipal commissioner Pratibha Pal said pig rearing in the city leads to spread of dirt and makes it inconvenient for citizens to live in. Besides, she said that their presence on the road leads to accidents, as well, so pig and cattle rearing in the city was banned.
Similarly, the removal squad demolished a three-storey building on 1,000 square feet and a cattle shelter of Anu Yadav in Shankarganj. A JCB and a Poclain machine were used to bring down the illegal structure of Yadav who had not moved his cattle outside the city despite the IMC notice.
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