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Eatery FKC’s meteoric rise comes to end in Okhla

Eatery FKC’s meteoric rise comes to an end in Okhla as the new building in which it shifted a few months ago in front of Jamia Millia Islamia on a vacant land has been demolished, said sources.

IMG-20170306-WA0047Opened a few years ago, the FKC took food industry in Okhla by storm. Initially it made its mark attracting large number of customers. Its roll was a huge hit.

On rent it kept on moving from one place to another at Tikona Park. Despite this its business was never hit.

Looking at its success several eateries opened at Tikona Park but nobody could match the popularity of FKC.

And it was just a few months ago when FKC shifted to this new place with a lot of space to adjust more customers. The shop was at the centre of attraction with some netizens launching campaign against it online.

Now the bad news has come of the outlet being demolished.

The buzz in the locality is that the outlet was built on alleged illegal land nearby Jamia’s Noam Chomsky where the metro is coming with many claiming that metro wants to acquire it for parking, a claim that OT.COM couldn’t verify independently.

It was since morning when residents were alarmed to see large number of police force, an unusual thing in this locality.

Later it was known that the force had come to monitor demolition drive that led to traffic jam in the locality.

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