Rohini residential scheme to be complete soon: DDA
NEW DELHI: Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Wednesday asserted that developmental activities as part of the Rohini residential scheme 1981 will be completed shortly.
The issuance of allotment-cum-demand letters to the remaining 14,352 allottees will be issued once the developmental activities are completed, the agency added.
"Before the launch of the scheme and during its implementation, large-scale acquisitions were made by DDA," officials said.
They added that the land was developed as per the planning norms, and basic amenities/infrastructure were provided by the Engineering Department of DDA during the period of implementation of the scheme.
82,384 applications were received for allotment of plots under various categories and 80,587 applicants among these were found to be eligible.
In a press statement, the Authority observed that the allotment letter to 11,066 applicants – who were allotted plots in the draw held in 2012 and 2014 – have been issued from November 2014 to January 2015.
Of these, possession could not be issued to 1,460 applicants, who have deposited premium of the plot within due date owing to deficiencies in documents submitted by them.
The DDA statement further said that four public notices have been issued in 2017, requesting the applicants to submit the requisite documents to rectify the deficiencies.
The applicants have also been informed individually through letters to said effect.
Separately, a dedicated person in LSB (Rohini) has been deployed to approach the applicant through telephone, with a view for expediting the documents sought by the LSB before issuance of possession letters.
The statement further noted, "DDA has also developed an application which facilitates the submission of documents by the applicant online and a public notice in this regard has also been issued."
"The scheme went on smoothly till 1991 but was delayed on account of various litigations filed by the landowner as well as applicants in the High Court of Delhi & in the Supreme Court of Delhi," it read.