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Hurdles to be cleared for unauthorised colonies in Delhi

The Centre has conveyed to the Delhi government that hurdles would be cleared for regularisation of another batch of 200 unauthorised colonies. This was conveyed by union urban development minister Kamal Nath in a meeting with chief minister Sheila Dikshit.
The Centre agreed to relax the norms to pave way for the regularisation of around 200 unauthorised colonies in the city. As per norms, unauthorised colonies, which had come up prior to 31 March, 2002, and which had 50 per cent built-up area as on 8 February, 2007, were eligible for regularisation. Around 200 unauthorised colonies did not meet the criteria and Delhi government had been pressing for relaxing norms.
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