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BENGALURU: Members of the Aam Aadmi party called Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike’s demolition of EcoSpace a mere “drama”. Flashing documents and also a mobile application showing a Rajakaluve standing behind EcoSpace, Aam Aadmi Party Unit Head from Mahadevapura Zone Ashok Mruthyunjaya said EcoSpace’s intrusions into Survey Numbers 50, 64 and 66 of Bellandur were not been cleared. Similarly, the Palike undertook only minor demolition work at Nalapad Academy, which stands on SyNo 70, but did not even conduct a clearance drive of properties on survey numbers 66, 67, 68 and 69 in Challaghatta, he said.

Ashok said he and his friends used the Dishaank mobile app to search the path of the stormwater drain and found many buildings clogging the drain. “EcoSpace interfered with the drains in surveys #50, 64 and 66, but the anti-interference campaign is elsewhere. This is pure eyewash. The BJP government is afraid to eliminate the encroachments of large construction companies.

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At Challaghatta there is interference with survey numbers 66, 67, 68, 69 and 70, but BBMP only breaches one wall of Sy #70 and does nothing to interfere with other survey numbers. How can water pass if only one wall is torn down? Is this just a drama by MLA Aravind Limbavali to show the people of Mahadevpura that abuse will be eliminated?” he asked.

Ashok said he and his team also found that only the homes of the poor and middle-income groups had been demolished. The BBMP failed to clear a road built on a drain in the Maruti layout adjacent to the AECS layout to help apartment occupants.

Basavaraj Kabade, chief engineer of the BBMP, Mahadevapura Zone, said the survey and marking of the stormwater runoff is ongoing according to the instructions. “Anything that needs to be done legally will be done. From Monday we will resume driving,” he added.

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