Displacement of impoverished poor demography due to infrastructural development in the site of unorganized fragile dwellings has been more of a norm than an exception in India. The high incidence of forced evictions and demolition of homes of lower-income, marginalized groups and communities across India is extremely disconcerting, but continues to be largely undocumented, ignored, and thus unaddressed. This culture of dispossession and dislocation is the pretext of raising concrete cynosures that have been obtaining affirmative clearance from the government, bureaucrats, and even the middle-class citizenry. Moral accountability and empathy of the rule-makers towards the dislocated masses have been restricted to just the transit arrangements with temporary and frugal services. The durability of such transit camps with the least ruggedization is circumspect. This arrangement is a facade of the character and accountability of policymakers.