News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Sushil Kumar
Updated to Friday, 17 December 2021 7:30 PM IST

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Environment Minister Gopal Roy visited the NBCC site late on Thursday. During this time, he discovered a number of manipulations related to site terms. The site was heavily fined in the wake of this.

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The Delhi government has fined the National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC) Rs 1 crore for continuing construction work despite the ban. The government has also ordered the sealing of the NBCC premises in Netaji Nagar. Earlier, on December 3, the site was fined Rs 5 lakh for violating the rules.

Environment Minister Gopal Roy visited the NBCC site late on Thursday. During this time, he discovered a number of manipulations related to site terms. The site was heavily fined in the wake of this. Speaking on the occasion, Gopal Roy said that work was going on in the dark of night at the NBCC venue in Netaji Nagar. A DPPC team raided the site on December 3 after noticing a violation of Supreme Court orders. NBCC was notified and fined Rs 5 lakh. Now again the company is found to have violated the regulations. He then met officials from the DPCC, Traffic Police, Transport Department and NBCC. In view of the repeated violations by the NBCC, the company was fined Rs. A fine of Rs 1 crore was imposed.

According to Gopal Roy, all construction and demolition work inside Delhi has been banned. The government will take strict action if it is found to have violated the regulations. The government has also set up 11 night patrol squads to monitor the construction and demolition work overnight. Gopal Roy said the government was conducting a continuous campaign against pollution in Delhi. Delhi has banned construction and demolition as well as outsourced trucks. The Department of Transport and Traffic Police have been directed to take strict action against those who violate the regulations.

According to the Environment Minister, proposals have been received from several agencies regarding a ban on construction and demolition inside Delhi, which have been sent to the Central Air Quality Management Commission. The commission has to decide on this.

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The Delhi government has fined the National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC) Rs 1 crore for continuing construction work despite the ban. The government has also ordered the sealing of the NBCC premises in Netaji Nagar. Earlier, on December 3, the site was fined Rs 5 lakh for violating the rules.

Environment Minister Gopal Roy visited the NBCC site late on Thursday. During this time, he discovered a number of manipulations related to site terms. The site was heavily fined in the wake of this. Speaking on the occasion, Gopal Roy said that work was going on in the dark of night at the NBCC venue in Netaji Nagar. A DPPC team raided the site on December 3 after noticing a violation of Supreme Court orders. NBCC was notified and fined Rs 5 lakh. Now again the company is found to have violated the regulations. He then met officials from the DPCC, Traffic Police, Transport Department and NBCC. In view of the repeated violations by the NBCC, the company was fined Rs. A fine of Rs 1 crore was imposed.

According to Gopal Roy, all construction and demolition work inside Delhi has been banned. The government will take strict action if it is found to have violated the regulations. The government has also set up 11 night patrol squads to monitor the construction and demolition work overnight. Gopal Roy said the government was conducting a continuous campaign against pollution in Delhi. Delhi has banned construction and demolition as well as outsourced trucks. The Department of Transport and Traffic Police have been directed to take strict action against those who violate the regulations.

According to the Environment Minister, proposals have been received from several agencies regarding a ban on construction and demolition inside Delhi, which have been sent to the Central Air Quality Management Commission. The commission has to decide on this.

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