The Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority (PMRDA) Thursday pulled down two illegal structures at Undri.
The structures were pulled down by a special squad appointed under the body in the area. The notices were issued on March 2 under the MRTP Act.
According to Annasaheb Chavan, under whose jurisdiction this area falls, the building owners were not able to provide the required documents and proof of building permissions.
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The officials had issued notices to stop the construction work, but even after that, they had continued and so the final notice was issued to the owners.
Chavan said an FIR was registered on April 7.
“This is an extension of the same case and the action to bring down these structures was initiated,” said Chavan.
Head of PMRDA Mahesh Zagade said they would intensify their drive against the illegal structures in the PMRDA region as declared.
He has urged people to check all the documents before entering into any contract rather than facing action.
All necessary permissions have to be taken by the builder and if not, the same can be reported to the authority, he said.