BMC Starts Eviction Process At Campa Cola Compound Amidst Protest From  Residents : News Photo

BMC Starts Eviction Process At Campa Cola Compound Amidst Protest From Residents

MUMBAI, INDIA - NOVEMBER 12: Police dragging the residents of Campa Cola Compound who locked their gates and barricaded themselves to block the entry of BMC officials who reached at the spot to begin demolition process on November 12, 2013 in Mumbai, India. Seven high-rises were constructed at what is called the Campa Cola Compound, between 1981 and 1989. The builders had permission for only five floors, but constructed several more. One of the buildings, Midtown, has 20 floors. Another building, Orchid, has 17. The Supreme Court asked the BMC to investigate, and the civic body served demolition notices for all flats constructed above the fifth floor, which it said were illegal. (Photo by Vijayanand Gupta/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
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MUMBAI, INDIA - NOVEMBER 12: Police dragging the residents of Campa Cola Compound who locked their gates and barricaded themselves to block the entry of BMC officials who reached at the spot to begin demolition process on November 12, 2013 in Mumbai, India. Seven high-rises were constructed at what is called the Campa Cola Compound, between 1981 and 1989. The builders had permission for only five floors, but constructed several more. One of the buildings, Midtown, has 20 floors. Another building, Orchid, has 17. The Supreme Court asked the BMC to investigate, and the civic body served demolition notices for all flats constructed above the fifth floor, which it said were illegal. (Photo by Vijayanand Gupta/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
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