Strange slum dwellers living in multiple cities
Stour Hartz in belampada may have to spend the rest of his life in bad conditions, unless the state has amended the Maharashtra slum Recovery Zone Act (SRAA), 1970.
According to SRAA, only families living on the first floor can recover.
"Although belampada is seen by developers as the main plot, they are not involved in slum rehabilitation projects because there is no alternative shelter for most slum dwellers," said an SRA official . ".
Belampada is mainly Muslim, and people here make a living in a dark environment. lit zari units.
Zari's products are even exported to the Gulf states.
Simpreet Singh of the National People's Union Movement said: "There is also a prosperous bakery business in the region . " (NPAM).
Although the apartments are located on the first and second floors, the family lives on the top floor. He said multi-
Over the past 20 years, the region has seen its story-rich slums, which the authorities have turned a blind eye.
"Buildings appeared on both the railway and BMC land.
Most of the structures are built on an unstable foundation with only one common partition wall.
"If an explosion occurs in a building, others will also be affected," said Mohammad Khan, owner of the Zari unit . ".
He added that although they had been complaining to the authorities about the condition of the building, no one had checked the house.
"Only when the government provides us with alternative accommodation will we be happy to move out," he said . ".
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