Visva Bharati administration stopped from building wall along road connecting Satiniketan, Sriniketan – kolkata
The administration in West Bengal’s Birbhum district on Friday issued an order, asking Visva Bharati authorities to right away cease the development of a wall along a road – which connects the dual cities of Santiniketan and Sriniketan.
District Magistrate Vijay Bharti, who inspected the world on Thursday, mentioned the wall, if constructed, might hinder individuals’s motion along the route.
Locals had lengthy been utilizing the route, and no restriction may be imposed swiftly, he mentioned, including that issues have to be solved amicably by way of discussions.
Visva-Bharati authorities, nonetheless, refused to touch upon the matter.
The administration has additionally taken over one other road — connecting Upasana Griho to Kalisayar More — from Visva- Bharati, which was inaugurated in 2017.
Several heritage buildings, together with the Rabindra Bhavan museum, and monumental sculptures — those constructed by artist Ramkinkar Baij — dot the two.9-km road.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, throughout her current go to to Bolpur, had mentioned that the Public Works Department would take again the possession of the road from the varsity.
Authorities of the central college had not too long ago drawn the ire of Banerjee, after media reviews recommended that vice chancellor Bidyut Chakrabarty accused Nobel laureate Amartya Sen of illegally occupying land.
Last yr, the state had locked horns with Visva- Bharati officers over erection of a wall across the Poush Mela floor, within the neighborhood of the varsity campus.