Govt to soon start process of allotting flats in Dwarka
Delhi Government will soon start the process of allotment of flats in those group housing societies in Dwarka which did not come under the CBI`s probe into the irregularities in the group housing societies.
New Delhi: Delhi Government will soon start
the process of allotment of flats in those group housing
societies in Dwarka which did not come under the CBI`s probe
into the irregularities in the group housing societies.
Revenue Minister Raj Kumar Chauhan said the government
will start the process of allotment in certain housing
societies after getting all the relevant documents from those
He said the government will also also hold workshops and
camps to facilitate the societies to present their documents
and start the process for allotment in those housing societies
which were not under the purview of any investigation by CBI.
Six group housing societies on Sunday had held a
self-draw of lots to get possession of the flats which were
lying vacant since 2005, following investigation by CBI and
Following some allegations, the Delhi High Court had
asked the CBI to probe the irregularities in the group housing
Angered over the self-draw of lots, Chouhan on Monday had
said the government will cancel water and power connections to
the flats and ask police to take strict action against the
societies involved in conducting the draw.
In February this year, representatives of the group
housing societies had met Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit and
sought her intervention in finding a solution to the deadlock
relating to possession of their flats.
Meanwhile Delhi BJP chief Vijendra Gupta today submitted
a memorandum to Dikshit seeking early allotment of the flats
in the housing societies in Dwarka.
"Thousands of people who have invested their hard earned
money to own a flat in Dwarka are compelled to live in rented
houses because of the total inaction of the Registrar of
Co-Operative Societies in alloting the flats," the memorandum
Allotment of the flats in Dwarka Cooperative Group
Housing Societies were delayed by several years as a CBI probe
found that many societies were fake.
Some members of 10 different Cooperative Group Housing
Societies (CGHS) had held their own draw in January this year
also. The Registrar of Cooperative Societies (RCS) had,
however, declared the draw null and void.