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the hospital has purchased some flats in our apartment.and in this flats they have accomotaded 80 nurses staff in 4 flats



i am living in nagpur,maharashtra. near my apartment there is orange city hospital. the hospital has purchased some flats in our apartment.and in this flats they have accomotaded 80 nurses staff in 4 flats. as our apartment is reidentsial one and once the nurses are living in our flats it gives impression of hostel.NMC has also charged more tax as the claim its commercial one. we talked with the owner of the hospital they are not responding.and moreover they are bringing pressure to sell all flats to them from local mp.kindly guide...

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unfortunately RTI has no role here; RTI is only for getting information; here what you need is eviction of nurse students from the flats or accomodation of reasonable number of nurse students in the flats. the matter must be taken up with flat owner with the help of the association of residents, if there is one. if you do not have an association, try to enlist the help of the municipal councillor of the area; you may send petitions to the administrative officers of the corporation; you may also approach the collector of the district for redressal.

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