The demolition work of the illegal structures of Curlies Beach Shack, Anjuna, except for structures on Survey Number 42/10 as stayed by the Supreme Court, will continue for a few more days according to Krishna Gauns, Mamlatdar of Mapusa, who has been entrusted with the task of overseeing the demolition.
The demolition of the illegal structures at Curlies had commenced on Friday and was halted for a brief spell after the owner of the shack got a reprieve on demolitions on Survey Number 42/10, from the Supreme Court. However, the Mamlatdar continued the demolition of illegal structures on the other survey numbers as per the order of the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA).
Demolitions, according to Krishna Gauns, need to be carried out on the structures in Survey Number 45/19 and Survey Number 45/41.
“On Friday afternoon, the demolition squad began work on Survey Number 42/11 and 42/9. The additional existing illegal structures on the plot in Survey Number 45/19 and Survey Number 45/41 will also be taken up shortly,” Gauns told GT.
“The demolition work in Survey Number 42/11 is in progress and, shortly, the demolition work in survey number 42/9 will be taken up,” Satish Naik, member of GCZMA informed.