GMDA has issued Google’s notice to build a road in Green Belt

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If the notice is not removed from the company’s structural removal, the concerned authorities will do the same.

Gurgaon Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has sent a short court notice to Google India Limited, in order to destroy a deer belt in front of its office in Sector 15 and a road was constructed for constructing a road without the permission of NH8 access.

However, the Internet giant said that the office building was owned by United Limited and constructed the main road to the real estate.

GMDA Additional Chief Executive Officer Sinha PTI told PTI that Google created a 20th tall and 12m wide road for the NH8 Direct Link by unconscious deer belt in a secretive manner.

“The whole work was done in a secret manner, the company violated the rules of Punjab discipline rod and control area rules, it also violated the provisions of the Land Conservation Act of Punjab and the Indian Penal Code,” said Sinha.

Vipi has access to a copy of PTI notice and resignation of MD of Google India Ltd. GMDA has ordered that Google will remove all structures in the affected area and recover the static status within 12 hours. If the notice is not removed from the company’s structural removal, the concerned authorities will do the same.

The notice said, “We wanted to explain to the Home Minister within 24 hours that why civil and criminal cases should not be filed against your (Rajin Anand) and your organization for violating land-related laws”.

However, Gaurav Bhaskar, chief corporate affairs manager of Google India, said, “This building is rented from United Limited. We are the only tenants. We have completed the entire building but the green belt construction was done by United Limited”