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JNAC sealed three under-construction buildings

​The JNAC team has sealed the fifth floor in two under-construction residential buildings in Baradwari in Sakchi, while, it sealed an independent house being built in Kashidih area of Sakchi without the approval of the notified area on Thursday.

The Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee (JNAC) has sealed three under-construction buildings and bulldozed three shops constructed in the basement of a mall.The JNAC team has sealed the fifth floor in two under-construction residential buildings in Baradwari in Sakchi, while, it sealed an independent house being built in Kashidih area of Sakchi without the approval of the notified area on Thursday.

JNAC deputy town commissioner Ravi Prakash, who led the team to the site, has said that fifth floor was being constructed in deviation of the approved plan. In the two under construction buildings in Baradwari, the respective builders were constructing an additional floor above the fourth floor. “The drawing approved by the NAC was for the construction of the G + four (ground plus four floors), but, the builders were constructing an additional floor above the fourth floor,” said the official.

In Kashidih, the owner of the under construction house, was constructing the structure without the permission of the NAC. The officials have asked the concerned person to produce land ownership documents and approval plan of the NAC. In Sakchi market, the JNAC razed down three shops which were constructed in the parking lot in the ground floor of a multistoried structure that houses a mall in the SNP area.

The NAC team, which included town planner, Pranav Thakur, additional engineer, Sanjay Singh, and, Special Officer (SO), Ajit Singh, flattened the illegal structure of the shops on Friday. Due to the construction of the shops in the parking area, the people coming to the mall are parking vehicles on the street in the lack of parking area.

The deputy town commissioner has said that illegal construction, besides, building structures in deviation from the approved plan will not be accepted.

Building byelaw violators and Jharkhand Municipality Act rules flouters will face legal action, said the official. JNAC officials have said random inspection of under construction sites will continue. Notably, the three member commission of the advocates, which was formed by the Jharkhand HC, to probe into the allegations of violation of the building norms in the construction of the structures build after 1998 in the JNAC command area, visited the city on October 29, and, conducted a survey. The panel, in its interim report submitted to the HC on November 8, stated in its interim report that the extent of the violations are such which cannot be attributed to the violators alone.

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