JAIPUR: Relaxations provided by the state government during the 'Prashan Shero Ke Sang' to regularize colonies may not cheer up many staying in unregularized colonies as the residents will continue to be deprived of basic facilities.
According to a senior official of the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA), after the state government provided the relaxation, the scope of regularizing the colonies may have increased but many may not be eligible.
Housing colonies falling under the ecological zone will not be regularized during the camps. Similarly, colonies developed on JDA and RHB land will continue to be deprived of basic facilities such as roads and drainage till they get permission from state government. "To seek directions, we approached state government for regularizing such colonies. However, the plot owners can submit the record during the camps," the official said.
Officials also said the JDA will distribute around 20,000 land deeds during the camps. So far in the preparation camps, around 6,500 applications have been received. "Land owners can deposit the applications at the citizen care centre (CCC) at JDA if they miss to deposit applications during the camps," the official said.
The state government recently has given relaxation to regularize colonies facing difficulties since long and not developed as per the building planning committee (BPC) norms. To get regularized, it is necessary for the developer to reserve 40% area as facility area for parks and roads among others.
Another official said that the JDA will try to regularize other colonies soon. "We are trying to resolve the cases of houses having multiple land leases," he added.