Tribune Information Service

Bijendra Ahlawat

Faridabad, April 30

As many as 1,009 candidates (10%) have been issued flat allotment letters in lieu of the demolition of their homes in Khori village colony of the Surajkund space right here in June final yr.

ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS TO BE CONSIDERED

The civic physique will entertain the purposes of all eligible beneficiaries who fulfil the factors by submitting the required paperwork. Senior MC official

A complete of round 10,000 homes had been demolished within the drive launched in wake of the Supreme Court docket order to free the forestland. The allotment is available in accordance with the rehabilitation coverage introduced by the state authorities after the demolition was carried out to recuperate over 150 acres of forestland belonging to the Faridabad Municipal Company (MC).

In the meantime, Bhupender Singh Dhillon, senior architect, MC, mentioned: “Allotment of the EWS flats mendacity vacant at Dabua colony to Khori oustees has been began. As many as 1,009 candidates have been chosen on foundation of the factors fastened for allotment.”

He mentioned whereas 800 flats had already been made match for occupation, the beneficiaries fulfilling the eligibility standards, together with the manufacturing of the paperwork as a voter in January 2021 or a Parivar Pehchan Patra (PPP) issued previous to January 2021 or the proof of getting an influence connection from the DHBVN previous to the demolition, can be lined.

“Eligible individuals might be offered alternate housing as per the rehabilitation coverage, although the whole variety of flats accessible with the MC is round 2,500 at current,” Dhillon added.

Describing the allotment as miniscule, Nirmal Gorana of the Majdoor Awas Sangharsh Samiti, an NGO working for the housing rights of labourers, mentioned 90% of the affected households had been sidelined maybe as a result of defective coverage or standards.

“Although over 5,000 purposes have been formally filed, a majority of those have didn’t get any response from the authorities,” claims Pritam Paswan and Sapna Devi, two of the candidates awaiting choice.

Gowda Prasad, a former resident of the colony, nevertheless, mentioned: “The authorities have been compelled to hold out repeated demolitions as a result of recurrence of encroachments as lots of the oustees are attempting to return to the place in wake of no rehabilitation to this point.”



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