The 2014 Housing Scheme of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is preparing to give great relief to thousands of people who buy the house. Now those who buy the house in this housing scheme will not have to wait for five years to sell the flat. DDA is preparing to remove re-sale cap. Officers of the authority told Tuesday that the proposal to remove the lock-in period will be discussed at the earliest to resell the flats.
DDA decided to impose lock-in clauses for its new housing scheme a few days ago. DDA decided to lock-in period for five years in a flat resale in 2014. The purpose behind this was to stop the speculators and investors from repeatedly applying for the flat so that the real needy people can get home.
DDA principal commissioner (Land Disposal and Housing) JP Agrawal confirmed on Tuesday that the Authority was aware of the demand to remove the cap of the 2014 flat buyers. This proposal will be discussed in the meeting to be held in two housing schemes.
If lock-in clauses were removed, the allottees will have to pay DDA 1.33 lakh soon. Agarwal said, “According to earlier contracts, the auition was to repay 10 percent of the total flat price of the flat after five years. If the lock-in clause is removed, they will have to pay the amount soon. ‘
The biggest complaint of allotment of these flats is lack of infrastructure in these colonies. “We are being forced to stay here because we can not sell our house for five years,” said Roha Pocket 5, RWA president of Sector 35, Vaibhav Puggal.
In 2014, the DDA launched the Housing Scheme in Narela and Rohini. Here the people of RWA are preparing to write a letter to Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu and Lt Governor Anil Baijal about bad infrastructure in their complexes.
Pratap Singh, who lives in Narela G-2, said, “There is no local market around, the road is also bad and there is no street light. After the evening, the main road looks more uncomfortable. ‘ The residents here have also complained of poor quality of drinking water.