With the continuing destruction force by Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) for infringement on storm water drains in the city, a segment of the house of NSG commando Niranjan Kumar, who was slaughter during the Pathankot terror attack in January, has also come below its demolition list. Niranjan's brother Shashank declared that it is absolutely not a good thing and a disgrace to the nation to see a national hero's house being knocked down.
Shashank has also further conveyed that, it is very difficult for us to assimilate this because we have lost our brother in Pathankot attack and currently we are seeing the house is being destroyed. And it is not a good thing to see our countrywide hero's house being demolished. I would apply to stop this demolition for good reason because Niranjan has died for the nation and if is going to happen this way then it is a shame for the state. He has also further conveyed that the BBMP executives have noticeable for demolition for one of the three pillars on which the house is standing.
He has also further conveyed that, for previous 20 years we are here and now suddenly they are coming and telling stories without any previous notice. This is going to influence our family and it is going to become a countrywide issue. If we would have got any preceding notice then we would have done something about it. It is a shame for the nation. It is up to the administration to look into the issue and move forward. For now, BBMP carry on with its encroachment clearance drive and marked many extra buildings for demolition in Vidyaranyapura.
It had recognized and marked properties at Yelahanka, Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Bommanahalli, Mahadevapura and Yeshwantpur. The dwellers of these areas have powerfully criticised the BBMP representatives for asking them to make substitute arrangements. Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah had before ordered action next to 20 administration officials for their participation in encroachment of storm water drains in the city.