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The administration has formed different teams to take action.
In order to run bulldozers on thousands of houses built in Khori Colony on the orders of the Supreme Court, a high level meeting of the officers of the police administration was held on Wednesday in Sector 12, in which the officers were told the duty and responsibility. For sabotage action, more than 3 thousand policemen, 10 ambulances, 20-20 buses and JCB, fire tenders have been kept ready. Now sabotage can start at any time.
Four duty magistrates have been appointed to maintain law and order. The police administration has been asked to be prepared to deal with any situation. The duty of the health department has also been imposed to deal with any emergency. In this high level meeting, which lasted for about an hour, the officials did not announce the timing of the sabotage action, but based on all the preparations, it is believed that the action can start from Thursday morning itself. DC Yashpal Yadav said that the police administration and municipal administration are fully prepared to comply with the order of the court. Action will start anytime now.
DC Yashpal Yadav and other officers holding high level meeting in Sector 12
order to work as a team
DC Yashpal Yadav told the officers in the meeting that we have to comply with the order of the Supreme Court in Khori area. All the police and administrative officers have to work seriously in this regard. We have to take better care that the order is followed properly and there is no loss of life of any kind. All duty magistrates have to work as a team with team in-charge and police officers.
Four duty magistrates appointed
The DC said that four duty magistrates have been appointed to maintain peace during the sabotage. Police officers have also been appointed with them. Among these, SDM Badkhal Pankaj Setia and DCP NIT Dr Anshu Singla, Paramjit Singh Chahal and DCP Central Mukesh Malhotra, Anil Kumar Yadav Secretary MCF and Jaiveer Rathi DCP Crime, Jitendra Kumar Executive Officer HSVP and Suresh Hooda DCP Traffic have been appointed. He said that Prashant Atkan Joint Commissioner MCF NIT has been kept in reserve.
Formation of ten teams for action
DC said that apart from the above officers, 10 teams have also been formed. Each team has an in-charge and a police officer’s duty. Among them, SE Ravi Sharma of Municipal Corporation, and ACP NIT Ramesh Chand have been deployed in team one. Corporation XEN GP Wadhwa and Badkhal ACP Sukhbir Singh in the second team, XEN Om Dutt and ACP Mujesar Dalbir Singh in the third team, XEN OP Kardam and ACP Crime Against Woman Jaipal in the fourth team, XEN Manoj Kumar and ACP Tigaon Surendra Singh in the fifth team, Naib Tehsildar Ajay Kumar and ACP Central Satpal Yadav in the sixth team, DTP Rajendra Sharma and ACP Sarai Maujiram in the seventh team, Naib Tehsildar Kanhaiyalal and ACP Anil Kumar Faridabad in the eighth team, XEN HSVP Jagdish Saraut and ACP Law and Order Mahendra Singh in the ninth team and 10 Naib Tehsildar Karan and ACP Traffic Parvati Singh have been deployed in the team. Naib Tehsildar Yashwant Badkhal and Dinesh Kumar have been kept in the reserve team.
People gathered in Khori Colony regarding Panchayat
10 ambulances and 500 covid kits will be on the spot
On Wednesday, CMO Dr. Randeep Singh Poonia has appointed Dr. SC Bhagat, Senior Medical Officer of Sehatpur UHC, to look after the medical arrangements during the sabotage. Along with 10 ambulances entrusted the task of looking after life saving resources. At the same time, he will be present in Khori with his team from July 8 to July 20. Apart from this, 500 kits will also be available on the spot for Kovid test of people.
Slogans raised against the government in the panchayat
On Wednesday morning, hundreds of people of Khori Colony gathered near Ambedkar Park even after the implementation of Section 144 and raised slogans against the administration and the government demanding rehabilitation of Panchayat tax. During this, people of the 5-member committee constituted by Mazdoor Awas Sangharsh Samiti were present who were addressing the panchayat. Meanwhile, people of some student organizations of Delhi also reached and supported the affected people. The Sangharsh Samiti said that they are not ready to leave until the government makes arrangements for rehabilitation.