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jai bajrangbali

illegal construction of a godown and the office and encroachment on my land

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jai bajrangbali

Dear Friends,

 

Greeting for the day!!

 

Since one year I am complaining against the illegal construction of a godown and the office with encroachment on my land to the Municipal Corporation and the Mayor to take measure step and action. The several application to The Mayor, The commissioner of Municipal Corporation, The ward Councillor, The FIR to the local police station did not turn up fruitful. The RTI report done says that the there is no LU CC and building plan sanctioned on the construction. At last I had sent a notice to the Commissioner of the Municipal Corporation with CC copy to all mentioned above to take measure step, which again seem to be unheard. Hence, request me to guide and help what measure step can I take, should I write RTI application addressed to the PIO of the office where matter is pending? or there is any other way to get answer of my pending unresolved work.

 

Regards,

 

Amit

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karira

I dont think RTI is going to help you with this matter since the authorities seem to be very obstinate.

 

Better to consult a lawyer and go to court.

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Sunil Ahya

I think you should do both the things simultaneously:

 

1. File a RTI application and collect information on the action taken status on your complaint.

 

2. Approach a court of law with the help of a lawyer.

 

Thus, the information collected with the help of RTI will help you to prove your case more effectively in the court of law.

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