DDA Flat applicants will be able to check the status of their applications in the first week of November. If there is any deficiency in it, they will have time for about one week to remove it. Significantly, there are 46,470 applications for 12,457 flats in DDA’s existing housing scheme. Due to the time it took time for the data to come from the banks, the investigation of them started late. The reason behind this is that the plan to draw a draw around Diwali could not be pulled out. However now 13 teams of DDA have almost completed the investigation of the facts given in these applications. Only the deposits deposited in the Axis Bank are only checked. That will also end this week.
According to official sources, the status of all the applications will be put on DDA website once the investigation is completed. On Monday, next week, public notice will be issued and applicants will also be informed about checking the website. The applicants will be able to see the status of their application on the website.
A senior DDA official said that this work to repair applications will be completed in the first fortnight of November. After this, the flats of the flats are likely to be removed from the last week. The expected date for the draw will be decided in the third week of November.
DDA gave 20 disputed plots to applicants in Rohini Residential Scheme: In Rohini Residential Scheme, DDA has released 20 disputed plots to applicants. This information has come up in the DDA’s RTI. This was done by the RTI Rohini Residential Scheme applicant Rahul Gupta. DDA responded on October 12.
According to applicant Rahul Gupta, DDA always claims that he has not given any disputed plot to Rohini Scheme applicants, but in response to this RTI, the DDA himself has admitted that DDA has secured 20 plot years in Sector-28 Pocket A3 Rohini was allotted under the scheme in 2014. For these plots the DDA has taken all the money from all the applicants, which is between 2.90 lakh to 15.40 lakh but due to the stay of the court, the applicants have yet to be taken over by them.
He said that in 2015, the Supreme Court had instructed the DDA not to issue all the disputed plots to all the applicants. These 20 plots have been accepted by the DDA themselves, apart from this there are more than 50 such plots which are under dispute. Because of these, DDA is not able to work on developing these plots. This work is not even expected to be completed until the stay of the court.
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