In a transition to regularize the illicit settlements in Delhi, the Housing Ministry has given over the conveyance deed and enrollment papers to 20 residents of Raja Vihar and Suraj Park.
The Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister, Hardeep Singh Puri has as of late registration papers and transportation deed to upwards as 20 inhabitants of unapproved settlements of Raja Vihar and Suraj Park in Delhi. Under the Pradhan Mantri Unauthorized Colonies in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojana (PM-UDAY), the move would profit 40 lakh inhabitants in the National Capital.
As yet, almost 57,000 occupants have enlisted with the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to gain the imperative certificates. Of these, around 3,500 candidates have effectively presented the applications and will before get the registration documents, share authorities.
Highlighting the registration process, Tarun Kapoor, Vice Chairman, DDA, has shared that, primarily, the applicant has to submit all the necessary documents on the DDA site. Once the papers are provided, a team of officials from the development authority would visit the applicant’s house for verification and would collect the conveyance deed charges. After that, the applicant has to visit the sub-divisional office to avail the registration papers.
The Government would also create a Special Development Fund (SDF) under the PM-UDAY. The SDF would be set up from the fund received as conveyance deed and property registration charges and would be used to augment the social infrastructure in 1,731 unauthorized colonies.