The BMC may issue eviction notices to the residents of unauthorized floors of the Campa Cola Compound soon. The notices will come a day after the Supreme Court dismissed a fresh plea against the demolition of the compound.
The BMC is likely to plan a demolition strategy based on further developments and is also planning the demolition without disturbing the other occupants of the building and without structural damages to the existing building.
THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA DID NOT YIELD TO THE HI FI PRESSURE AND TACTICS THROUGH FACE BOOK AND OTHER INTERNET SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS, WENT THROUGH THE STATUTORY PROCEDURES GUIDED BY THE LAW OF THE LAND.
DEMOLITION OF ILLEGAL FLOORS !! ILLEGAL AND UNAUTHORISED BUILDINGS WILL HAVE TO GO !!!
THE END OF THE ROAD FOR THE CAMPA COLA FLATS OWNERS –
THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CLEARS THE WAY FOR THE DEMOLITION OF UNAUTHORISED FLOORS IN CAMPA COLA SOCIETY, WORLI, MUMBAI.
The Supreme Court of India, on Tuesday dismissed the fresh plea filed by the Campa Cola Residents Association to stop the demolition on the grounds that BMC be allowed to regularize the 35 illegal floors across seven buildings in the Worli society.
THE BENCH SAID,
“We are of the view that the present petition is misconceived and hence, dismissed,” a bench comprising justices JS Khehar and C Nagappan said.
The builders were originally allowed to build up to five floors but what came up included two towers of 17 and 20 floors each and three buildings of six floors each and two of seven floors.
WILL THIS DIRECTIVES APPLIES TO BANGALORE?
YES AND YES