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CCC evicts 40 illegal shops in port city

26 January 2022
CCC evicts 40 illegal shops in port city

A mobile court of Chattogram City Corporation has demolished a house built on the road.


Chattogram Bureau :

Executive Magistrate Marufa Begum Nelli led the operation on Sher Shah Colony Road No. 4 in the city yesterday. In the same operation, illegal establishments were also evicted from the textile diversion. Meanwhile, illegal structures were also removed from the sidewalks of Pathania Goda area of Chandgaon police station on the initiative of the cleaning department.
Marufa Begum Nellie, who led the mobile court, said illegal structures were being set up at the site of Road No. 4 in Sher Shah Colony. Let's eradicate it in the campaign. Six to seven shops have been set up illegally on footpaths and drains at textile intersections. This was disrupting the movement of pedestrians. He also said that later the removal of risky building of Maryam Bashir Market in Reazuddin Bazar was supervised.Meanwhile, 30-35 shops were evicted from Pathania Goda Road next to the old Chandgaon police station on the initiative of CCC's cleaning department.

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