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Respected members, a victimised person complaint regarding encroachment to MCD. The MCD instead of taking action on complaint challanned the complainant regarding trade license although in that area no shopkeeper is having a trade license in the area. He pursued his complaint through rti regarding action taken. MCD said that they take action from time time and is undergoing prosecution. When he asked for a copy of prosecution action he was told that it was subjudice and cannot be provided. So he filed first appeal and the pio smilingly said we are used to such letters and warned him that he should not pursue such appeals. Tomorrow would be 45 th day of first appeal. What action can be taken as it is believed that mcd could be beneficiaries to such encroachments.

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G.R.Vidyaranya

If first appeal is not heard within 45 days, you can file 2nd appeal. You can also try contacting the Aam Aadmi Party MLA of the area with all documents.

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