Anti encroachment drive carried by Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) with the help of Police Commissioner, Ankush Dhanvijay has not yielded great results. Anti encroachment squad carried out the drive and encroachers waited for everything to settle down so that they were back to their own place and business on the road.
Police Chief, Ankush Dhanvijay has appealed general public to help cops. Daily thefts in the outskirts of the city is troubling the police department. They want males with a good build up to patrol the area along with the police for the safety of their locality so that the thefts stop and people live at peace. Some residents remained awake at night to protect their locality from burglary and safeguard the women community due to common incidents of thefts.
Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) is likely to demolish Illegal religious structures after getting directives from Supreme court. Illegal structures which disrupts smooth flow of traffic will be demolished. NMC has identified 1279 illegal religious structures of which it has decided to demolish 464 and fate of rest will be decided after receiving public opinion like suggestions and objections. Demolition of few structures might cause public outrage and make the situation tense so the decision to demolish them will be taken after getting public opinion.
Combined efforts of Police Chief Ankush Dhanvijay and sanjeev Jaiswal to make Nagpur city encroachment free have gone in vain due to lack of regular checks, encroachers are back to business at their own place. Many encroachers have again occupied footpaths and roads and are doing regular business. Hard work of NMC to clear these encroachments will go useless if all encroachers return and run their shops. Most of them are vegetable vendors and cloth sellers.
We have already heard of Nagpur Municipal Corporation anti encroachment drive to clean footpaths and roads to provide space for parking and walking. Now the demolition drive is against commercial establishments which have extended illegally in to public places and have extended their shop beyond limits by constructing shed and walls. The anti encroachment drive is supervised by civic chief Sanjeev Jaiswal and Police chief Ankush Dhanvijay. The walls and sheds will be removed and stern action will be taken against encroachers so that they do not encroach the land again.
In a drive to provide parking space to Nagpurians Civic chief Sanjeev Jaiswal and Police Commissioner Ankush Dhanvijay have joined hands to take action against encroachers and provide parking space to people. Most of the time parking spaces are not available due to encroachments by daily vendors. These vendors block footpaths and parking space.
Centre Point School has decided to take stern action against underage student drivers. The students will be handed transfer certificate and will be expelled from school if they did not paid attention to the circular. This decision was taken by the school principal after seeing several cases of teen driving causing accidents and other road mishaps.
Commissioner of police Ankush Dhanvijay and municipal commissioner Sanjeev Jaiswal have alloted Kasturchand Park (KP) ground for parking star buses. Star buses remained parked on road near Rani Jhansi Chowk and caused problems to flow of normal traffic. After repeated requests KP ground was alloted for parking serving as a temporary solution.
After the incidence of spot death in road accidents during 2012 Ankush Dhanvijay, Nagpur Police Chief has taken major steps to make wearing of helmets compulsory for cops first and then the citizens. He believes that first they need to follow the rules strictly then only they can compel the citizens to adhere to those rules.
On the 1st day of helmet drive 27 cops were booked for not wearing helmets. They were charged fine of Rs 100. The fine will be doubled on 2nd and consequent offences.