Lokayukta to issue notice on regularisation issue

Delhi Lokayukta on Wednesday directed the Sheila Dikshit government to file a report on the allegations of irregularities in giving provisional regularisation certificates to certain unauthorized colonies.

New Delhi: Delhi Lokayukta on Wednesday directed
the Sheila Dikshit government to file a report on the
allegations of irregularities in giving provisional
regularisation certificates to certain unauthorised colonies.

Lokayukta Justice Manmohan Sarin asked Urban Development
Department and Revenue Department to file a report by December
23 regarding handing out provisional regularisation
certificates to Radha Krishna Vihar, Abul Fazal Enclave II,
Kotla Mahigram and Shakti Enclave colonies in 2008.

The notice to the government by the Lokayukta came in
response to a complaint filed with it by former MLA Rambir
Singh Bidhuri.

Bidhuri in his complaint alleged gross misuse of power
and encroachment of public land for getting provisional
regularisation certificates in the colonies concerned.

The Urban Development department, which was directed by
Lt Governor Tejendra Khanna and Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit
to probe the allegations, has submitted its report in which it
mentioned flouting of norms by resident welfare associations
of four colonies.

Sources had said city government was all set to cancel
the provisional regularisation certificates issued to these
four colonies and FIR may also be registered against them for
misrepresenting facts to the government.

The government had issued provisional regularisation
certificate to 1,639 unauthorised colonies in 2008 and now
has started the process to regularise them.

PTI

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