JMC enforcement team removing encroachments.
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) on Thursday intensified drive against illegal Rehris/Pharis and encroachers causing traffic congestion and obstructing free movement of pedestrians on footpaths.
On the instructions of Commissioner JMC, Ramesh Kumar, the drive was conducted under the supervision of Assistant Commissioner (Rev), Vinakshi Koul and Chief Enforcement Officer, Rajesh Gupta. Revenue Officers Parmod Kumar, Parveen Gupta and Sunil Gupta also accompanied the drive.
The drive was conducted in the areas viz City Chowk, Shalamar, Purani Mandi and Raj Tilak Road in Old City. During the drive, the enforcement team removed encroachments and cleared the footpaths and pavements. The team seized a truck-load of material displayed by the shopkeepers/Phariwalas in front of their shops and footpaths causing traffic congestion and free flow of pedestrians.
The Jammu Municipal Corporation appealed to the shopkeepers to keep their goods within their establishments to avoid penal action against them and vendors to ply their Rehris only in the Rehri Zones established by the Corporation.
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