Dwarka expressway: New Palam Vihar residents to protest against delay in allotment of alternate plots

GURGAON: The completion of Dwarka Expressway is hitting one after another road block, first land owners, who had agreed to give up land under land pooling for rehabilitation of the oustees of the project raised objections. Now residents of New Palam Vihar, who will be displaced for the completion of the road are accusing Huda for delay in allotment of the alternate plots.Residents have given ultimatum to Huda to resolve the issue by April 17 or else they will go on protest from April 18 and even file contempt petition before Punjab and Haryana high court. New Palam Vihar residents are demanding for alternate plots in sector 110A.On Wednesday MCG Councillor Rishiraj Rana along with residents of New Palam Vihar met Huda administrator Hardeep Singh and gave him ultimatum to allot plots by April 17 or else they will start protest from April 18 outside the Huda office.Rana said on the petition of New Palam Vihar’s residents, Punjab and Haryana high court had directed Huda to give alternate plots to oustees of Dwarka expressway. “Huda had given affidavit in court promising to give alternate plots to oustees in sector 110A, since then one year had passed and people are still waiting for allotment of alternate plots,” he said adding that people are getting only assurance.“There are many people who had to repair their house, but they are not able to carry repairing work fearing that house will be demolished some time and they will have to invest in constructing new house,” said Rana adding that prolong confusion and delay in allotment of alternate plots have put people under stress.

Huda administrator Hardeep Singh said they are going to have a meeting with additional chief secretary P Raghvendra Rao on this issue soon. “We will put all the issues related to Dwarka expressway in the meeting to find solution to expedite the entire process and complete the project as early as possible,” he said.

Two days back land owners who had agreed to give up their land under land pooling scheme for rehabilitation of project oustees have raised objections leading to postponement of the draw of lots scheduled for allotting plots to oustees.

Around 528 houses in New Palam Vihar, Tekchand Nagar and Kedki Daula are coming in the way of the Dwarka Expressway. All these oustees were supposed to be rehabilitated by allotting alternate plots in sector 110A and 37C.

Highlighting their objection land owner Azad Singh Rana, who has 17 acre of land in sector 110A, said, “There is no clarity over draw of allotment of plots under the land pooling scheme. We have sought certain clarification till then we will not participate in draw of lot.” He said there is no clarity on the development charge to be paid by land owner. Beside there are many other issues related to the entire process, which is not clear.

(source by:-Realty Fact )

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