Two nabbed for attack on BSL GM

  • | Sunday | 1st October, 2023

Bokaro: A day after a team of the Bokaro Steel Plants (BSL) general manager (GM) was attacked, two persons were arrested on Saturday. Police are on the lookout for four other named accused in the case. Earlier, an FIR against 50 unidentified persons was lodged with the Sector 4 police. TNNWe also published the following articles recentlyBSL GM among 3 hurt during drive to evict squatters in BokaroViolence erupted during an anti-encroachment drive in Bokaro, India, as locals threw stones at a team from the Bokaro Steel Plant (BSL) who were demolishing an illegal structure. Two home guards and the general manager of BSLs land and revenue department were injured, and three vehicles were damaged. The superintendent of police confirmed the incident and an investigation is underway. BSL officials expressed concern over rising encroachments and vowed to take a tougher stance. The Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) has also taken a strict stance against illegal encroachments.BSL notice to 4 organisations over lease expiryThe Bokaro Steel Plant (BSL) has issued final notices to several institutions, including the National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) and the Indian Medical Association (IMA), for failing to renew their lease agreements. The institutions have been given a choice to either pay substantial lease renewal fees or face the cancellation of their land allocation. BSL is under pressure to optimize revenue collection, leading to a review of lease agreements. The institutions have been given a 15-day window to pay the renewal fees or face consequences.Bokaro river in spate washes away bridgeThe collapse of a makeshift wooden bridge in the Baglatwa area of Bokaro has left residents of Bartua village isolated. The bridge, built by villagers every year before the rainy season, was washed away due to heavy rain. The villagers now face difficulties accessing education, healthcare, and markets. Plans for the construction of a permanent bridge have been approved. This incident highlights the lack of infrastructure in remote areas and the impact of annual flooding on communities.

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