Nizamuddin Markaz of Tablighi Jamaat, hotspot of Wuhan Coronavirus, set to be demolished: Reports

Last updated on Apr 5, 2020

Posted on Apr 5, 2020

The Nizamuddin Markaz of the Tablighi Jamaat in Delhi, which was the hotspot for the spreading of the Wuhan Coronavirus all across India, is set to be demolished. Files are being prepared to pave the way for the demolition, according to reports. The construction of the entire building is reportedly illegal. Not even the property tax and house tax were being paid for the building. It is reported that locals had registered complaints regarding the building with numerous authorities at all levels but the matter was never investigated properly and as a consequence, illegal constructions by the Markaz authorities continued unabated.

As per reports, South Delhi Municipal Corporation will demolish the entire building leaving only two floors. It is reported that the SDMC does not even have ownership papers of the piece of land the Markaz Nizamuddin is built on. Meanwhile, the building is currently sealed. It is further reported that as per regulations, the building was authorised for only 2 floors, but a whopping 7 floors were added to illegally.

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