Owners of Site No. 482 and 152 asked to visit MUDA Office

Owners of Site No. 482 and 152 asked to visit MUDA Office

January 6, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: In the wake of filing First Information Report (FIR) against a few individuals for trying to sell sites by creating fake documents, MUDA has asked the genuine owners of Site No. 482 measuring 50′ x 80′ in Jayanagar connecting to Saraswathipuram-Tonachikoppal Extension and Site. No. 152 measuring 80′ x 100′ in Yadavagiri, to bring the property documents for verification at MUDA Office.

In a press release, MUDA Commissioner Dr. D.B. Natesh has said that those who wish to stake their claim on these two sites must come to the MUDA Office with all valid documents before Jan. 15. Failing which the MUDA would take legal action in connection with the said two sites, he added.


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