Remaining unauthorized colonies to be regularised soon: CM Dikshit
OT, October 21, 2012 12:14 IST
Okhla Times Reporter/New Delhi
While refering to regularisation of colonies, Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said today that the recent regularisation has been announced after a gap of more than three decades as earlier regularisation was effected by Indira Gandhi.
"The remaining unauthorised colonies are in the pipeline for regularisation. The very desicion of regularisation would benefit the house owners to become multi millioners as the land of their houses woud increase many fold with acceleration in the development works," she said.
Apart from concentrating on infrastructure development the Government has also decided to accelerate the implementation of various welfare schemes as 65 per cent of budget allocation has been earmarked for this purpose.
The government is keen to see a smile on each and every citizen, stated Dikshit.
Providing top priority on infrastructure development in order to make it a modern world class city, the CM said the city has witnessed a sea change as far as all round development is concerned. The physical development is visible whereas educational and skill development is to be felt.
Dikshit expressed these views after inaugurating a bridge across Najafgarh drain at village Ambarahi in Dwarka. This has been constructed with Rs.5 crore, its length is 119 meter and width 11 meter.
This will connect number of colonies near Ambarahi to other developed parts in Dwarka.
She announced that four more such bridges on Najafgarh Drain are being constructed to provide an effective links to unauthorised colonies around Ambarahi with Dwarka. The government would start city bus service from this part . The residents have to travel by their own means to avail bus sevices available at a distance of 5 kilo meters.
Delhi Health & IFC Minister Dr.A.K. Walia , PWD mInister Raj Kumar Chauhan, UD minister Arvinder Singh, local MP Mahabal Mishra and local MLA Somesh Shokeen also addressed a gathering of over 20 thousand persons. MLAs Kunwar Karan Singh, Devender Yadav and Nand Kishor were also present.
The city government took a cue from the desicion of Gandhi and initiated the process to complete despite large number of unmanageable obstacles, she said. The government was keen to provide relief to around 40 lakh residents of unauthorised colonies, she said.
This would facilitate grant of ownership right to the poor house holders as the desicion to allow sale purchase in recently un authorised colonies has been initiated., said Dikshit.
Delhi is progressing leaps and bound despite addition of more thatn 5 lakh persons in its population every year.
She refered to the all round development taken place in Delhi and stated that our city can boast of a world class Airport, Modern Metro, Airconditioned City buses, the best educational facilities, the quality health services and relable welfare schemes resulting in chane in the lives of the poor and vulnerable sections of society.
Apart from this work on a 750 bedded super speciality Hospital at Dwarka is about to begin. While taking cognizence of water shortage in Dwarka Smt Dikshit stated that her government would exhort Haryana Government to render constructive help in commissioning Munak Canal. Immediately on commissioning of this canal, Dwaraka ' s drinking water problem would get resolved automatically.
Delhi government is invested haevly on this.
She added that we are concentrating on development whereas certain elements are creating obstacles. Apart from this they are all out to mislead people. She appealed people not to come under the trap being laid by the mischievious and mileading elements, seasonal frogs.
PWD Minister Raj Kumar Chohan stated that people were forced to settle in the unauthorised colonies because there was acute shortage of the houses. There was no proper planning to develop the housing complexes for the middle class and poor families. The city government has decided to spend an amount of Rs 1800 crore on strengthening of more than 600 roads transferred from MCDs.
UD Minister Arvinder Singh stated that more colonies would be regularised soon as the regularisation is being taken up in the phases. The regularisation process was complex and cumbersome. It could be resolved only with the help of strong will power of the chief Minister.
He stated that the city government has extended lal dora in respect of 23 villages. More villages were exhorted to apply for this. Local MP Mishra demanded ownership rights in the three diary colonies - Kakrola, Goyala and Nangli. He stressed upon the need of regularisation of remaining colonies and demanded a regular bus service in the area.
Mishra stated that Dikshit would certainly return to power as She is donig good for people.
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