The scope of protest against the action of SDMC in South Delhi's Shaheen Bagh area against encroachment and illegal construction is increasing. The Communist Party of India had filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the operation of bulldozers in Shaheen Bagh.
Meanwhile, Bihar's veteran leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav has given a statement against encroachment and illegal construction in Shaheen Bagh.
In a conversation with news agency ANI, Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tejashwi Yadav said that discussions in the country are being done on bulldozers and loudspeakers, this is not an issue. An agency reports that about 80-90 percent of the constructions in Delhi are illegal, so will the bulldozer be run all over Delhi. All this is happening to divert attention from unemployment and inflation.
The Municipal Corporation of Delhi has now intensified the campaign against encroachment and illegal construction in the entire city. After the survey, bulldozers have been roaring in many areas of Delhi since May 4 in a series of action against encroachment. Apart from Delhi Police, CRPF personnel are also deployed for action against encroachment and illegal construction in Shaheen Bagh.
Aam Aadmi Party MLA has targeted BJP. Amanatullah Khan, who arrived during the action of the corporation, said that now I have come, now let's see where the bulldozer is going. I came three days ago. called upon the people. The people themselves removed the encroachment. Now MCD tells where the encroachment is. Police and officers talk to me. They are spoiling the atmosphere by coming here, politicisation is being done.
During the protest, the Congress leader said that a plan has been made to destroy the people of Delhi in the name of this bulldozer. An attempt is being made to create a political atmosphere by bulldozer action. To remove the encroachment, first remove it from the house of Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta. Action should be taken within the ambit of the constitution.