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Petition to Governor against MCG Chief over demolition of building
The Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) Chief Praveen Kumar is under crossfire again. The owner of the building, which was demolished on Thursday have sent a petition to the governor Jagannath Pahadia on Wednesday. Claiming the demolition to be 'illegal', he has accused Praveen Kumar.

The demolition of the three storey house of Satbir (owner) by MCG has apparently caused a lot of monetary loss and mental agony, as per the petition. According to the owner, the 200-sq-yard plot of land was acquired by him in exchange of a plot, which belonged to his forefathers. The letter to the Governor was submitted through the deputy commissioner. When Alok Mittal was approached by a number of people on the matter,  he asked Deputy Commissioner to look into it.

As was reported by the, the owner's petition read, '' On May 22, 2014, Praveen Kumar came to my house late in the evening and started removing all my belongings from the three-storey house along with bouncers. For a few minutes, we could not understand what the matter is. When we tried to contact our relatives nearby, we could realize that he had already positioned bouncers at all the entrances and paths connected to our lane.''

The villagers are demanding a cross FIR against Praveen Kumar. The petition also read that not only Praveen Kumar is not doing his duty, but he is also working for the benefit for certain builders, for reasons he best knows.

Praveen Kumar, on the other hand has disagreed with all the allegations and refuted them.

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