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Maradu flat issues

A view of Golden Kayaloram apartment, built in violation of Coastal Regulation Zone norms in Maradu Municipality, being demolished using controlled implosion, in Kochi.

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A view of high rise Alfa Serene apartment which is set to be demolished, after it was found to be built in violation of the Coastal Regulation Zone norms, at Maradu in Kochi.

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Residents of Holy Faith H2o at Maradu, one of the flats built on the coastal zone, light lamps and candles after the decison of Supreme Court on Rs 25 lakh interim compensation to each flat owner, in Kochi. The Supreme Court directed demolition of flats built on the coastal zone of Kochi's Maradu within 138 days and asked the Kerala government to pay Rs 25 lakh interim compensation to each flat owner within four weeks.

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Residents of various flats at Maradu, which have been ordered to be demolished by the Supreme Court, stage a protest in front of Holy Faith apartment, in Kochi.

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A view of flats to be demolished as per the order of Supreme Court at Maradu in Kochi. The Supreme Court had on Sept. 6 ordered the demolition of illegal flats in Kochi's Maradu Panchayat by Sept.20 for violation of Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) rules. The matter involves demolition of 400 flats in five apartment complexes.

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Residents of the various flats at Maradu, which have been ordered to be demolished by the Supreme Court, stage a protest outside the Maradu municipality office, Ernakulam district.

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