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         Posted on :09:23:46 May 17, 2018
   
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KOCHI: The plainclothesmen of the city police seized four vehicles engaged in filling earth on a 1.5-acre plot near Vellakkanavu Temple in Thripunithura on Wednesday.

The vehicles were handed over to Thripunithura police for further verification who will in turn submit a report to the District Collector.

The Nadama Village Officer had issued a stop memo, dated May 9, to the owner of the plot to stop elevating the plot through earth filling.

However, Thripunithura police said the owner had not yet received the memo. Besides, the owner also produced an order issued by the District Collector in 2015, sanctioning the elevation of the plot.

When contacted, Nadama village authorities said that the stop memo was issued after the plot was shown as paddy field in the basic tax register.

“Besides, we were not aware of the existence of such an order issued by the Collector,” a senior Village Officer said.

It is also learnt that the plot has been classified as converted land in the data bank drawn up in 2008.

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