Dharan sub-metropolitan city has also run a dozer to demolish structures built by encroaching on public land.
After encroaching on public land and building a house in Deurali located in Dharan 5 on Sunday, the sub-metropolis has run a dozer.
Hark Sampang used a dozer in the Deurali, Dharan
According to the police, the glass of the sub-metropolitan dozer was broken and some people were slightly injured when there was a clash between security personnel and local residents while driving the dozer.
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On Sunday morning, the Dharan sub-metropolitan municipality demolished the house built by Muna Chaudhary Limbu for encroaching on public land and building a house in Dharan 5.
Dharan sub-metropolitan decided to build a multi-caste stadium at the confluence of the Kharkhola and Adheri rivers in Dharan-5. Mayor Hark Sampang said that after a concrete house was built in that area, a large number of security personnel were deployed and the encroached land was cleared.
The sub-metropolitan has accused them of building a house by not building it, even though they have sent several letters not to make it.
Bishnu Koirala, city police chief of Dharan sub-metropolitan city, said that Dharan sub-metropolitan city’s construction of a multi-caste stadium had to be demolished because unauthorized residents had started living in the place and despite repeated requests, they had to demolish it.
The locals demanded that the part of the river be restricted as they have been using the land since the beginning.
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Even before, a team of city police reached the place with a dozer to demolish the house while it was still under construction, but due to the opposition of the locals, they returned without destroying the house.
After the sub-metropolitan team came to demolish the house, the owner of the house, Muna Chaudhary Limbu went to the Sunsari district court seeking an interim order. The court said that the interim order should not be issued as requested by the petitioner.
In the case of the injunction against Ward No. 5, the joint bench of advocates Madhav Prasad Koirala and Prakashraj Ojha issued an order on January 6 with a deadline of 15 days to disclose the basis and reason for the interim order.
The sub-metropolis has launched a campaign to discourage the construction of new houses on river banks and public land while taking a policy to manage old structures.