Delhi Municipal Corporation Marked More 48 Buildings as “Dangerous” In Their Re-Survey
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Delhi Municipal Corporation Marked More 48 Buildings as “Dangerous” In Their Re-Survey
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Delhi, 13th October 2018: After the Sawan Park building collapse incident, the Delhi Municipal Corporation (DMC) conducted a re-survey to ensure utmost safety. The Sawan Park building was declared as safe after conducting the previous survey by the officials of the vigilance department. As per the real estate news Delhi, 7 people died due to that incident.

In recent times, the Municipal Corporation found more 48 buildings to be unsafe as the structure of these buildings poses risk to the human lives. Previously, 181 buildings were marked dangerous under the jurisdiction. But, after adding more 48 dangerous buildings in the list, the numbers of dangerous buildings in Delhi goes up to 229.

According to the property news Delhi, one of the senior officials said, Karol Bagh has 5 dangerous buildings and Civil Line Zone has 3 unsafe buildings. In the Narela and Rohini areas, 171 and 2 dangerous buildings are found respectively. The numbers of the dangerous buildings remained same in Narela and Rohini areas in the re-survey. City Sadar Paharganj Zone in Old Delhi has 3 dangerous buildings previously but in the re-survey, it has 43 dangerous buildings now. According to the previous survey, there were no dangerous buildings found in the Keshavpuram Zone but, in the re-survey, 5 dangerous buildings have been found in the same area.

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The officials said that the builders should hire structural engineers and architects having sound knowledge of constructions to avoid poor designs. They issued notices to the owners under 348 and 349 sections of the DMC Act. The owners are asked to repair the dangerous portions as soon as possible or the entire structure will be demolished by the DMC. Also, actions will be taken against the project engineer if they find from the engineer’s side.

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