New Delhi: The city BJP on Tuesday alleged
bungling in the draw of lots by the DDA through which over
16,100 lucky applicants were selected for its new housing
scheme and demanded a CBI inquiry into it.
"Through a reliable source I have found that there has
been bungling in the draw of lots. The applicant of
application number 821900 was Sunil Kumar Jain.
"Jain was declared successful in the draw of lots. His
four sons Sameer Jain, Bhanu Jain, Gaurav Jain and Vivek Jain
(App. No. 337382, 715419, 1007146, 1294180 respectively) have
also been declared successful in the draw," city BJP chief
Vijender Gupta said in a statement.
Similarly, he alleged applicants Poonam Gautam, Rahul
Gautam, Preeti Gautam, who are children of a person named
Surendra Kumar, have been allotted flats in the draw of lots.
"The numbers of their application are 1070441,
1070442, 1070443 respectively. Can three applicants from the
same family be allotted houses in serial numbers?," he said
demanding a CBI inquiry.
He also questioned keeping the price of Janata flats
at Rs 6 lakh per dwelling unit.
"Government should state that can the poor people
afford to pay high price for these flats? The black marketeers
will purchase papers from the people who had been declared
successful in the draw of lots," he said.
"Can a person of middle income group purchase a flat
costing Rs 30 lakh? DDA has fixed the price of high income
group houses at Rs 85 lakhs. How much is the salary of a
higher class government employee? The price of a Vasant Kunj
flat is around Rs 1.12 crores. Can a common man purchase so
much costly flats," he said.