JDA to lodge FIR against housing societies
Oct 20, 2012
Source : The Times of India
JAIPUR: The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) is gearing up to lodge an FIR against the housing society's owners who have duped thousand of residents by developing a housing scheme in the catchment area of the Amanishah Nullah. According to official sources, approximately 30 housing schemes have been shortlisted and JDA will take action against and lodge a compliant in the respective police station. A JDA official said, "The housing societies have submitted their records for regularization. We will scrutinize the records and action will be taken against the housing societies' owners falling under the catchment area. A survey will also be conducted for housing societies who have not submitted their records." Official sources claimed JDA will also start the procedure to blacklist such colonies. Recently, the affected house owners who had purchased houses from the housing societies demanded strict action against the JDA officials and housing societies. It has been learnt that JDA officials along with housing societies had allegedly developed the colony in the catchment area opposite Shipra Path, now an inquiry has been set up by the JDA. Meanwhile, the JDA and Jaipur Municipal Corporation (JMC) have issued 822 notices to house owners whose houses are in the catchment area. Sources claimed that issuing notices to the house owners whose dwellings are in the catchment area of the Amanishah Nullah has become a challenge. Official sources claimed that their task is becoming difficult as the residents have become aggressive. Many encroachers refused to take the notices. Also, it was reported that one of the house owners tore the notice. The affected house owners continue to protest against the high court orders to remove the encroachment in the catchment area of Amanishah Nullah. The disgruntled residents claimed that they have purchased plots from housing societies and it would be unfair to remove them without proper rehabilitation. Many claimed they will also approach the Supreme Court and continue the protest. According to the officials the nullah will be made approximately 210 feet wide, and a centreline will be determined. Currently, the width of the nullah is different at various places. Eom Jaipur: The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) is gearing up to lodge an FIR against the housing society's owners who have duped thousand of residents by developing a housing scheme in the catchment area of the Amanishah Nallah. According to the official sources, approximately 30 housing schemes have been shortlisted and the JDA will take action against and lodge a compliant in respective police station. A JDA official said, "The housing societies have submitted their records for regularization. We will scrutinize the records and action will be taken against the housing societies owners falling under the catchment area. A survey will also be conducted for housing societies who have not submitted their records." Official sources claimed the JDA will also start the procedure to blacklist such colonies. Recently, the affected house owners who have purchased houses from the housing societies demanded that strict action against the JDA officials and housing societies. It is learnt the JDA official along with housing societies allegedly developed the colony in the catchment area opposite to Shirpa Path in which an inquiry has been set up by the JDA. Meanwhile, the JDA and Jaipur Municipal Corporation (JMC) have issued 822 notices to the house owners who houses are falling in the catchment area. Sources claimed issuing notices to the house owners whose dwellings are in the catchment area of the Amanishah Nullah has become a challenge. Official sources claimed that their task is becoming difficult as the residents have become aggressive.. Many encroachers refused to take the notices. Also, it was reported one of the house owners tore the notice. The affected house owners continue to protest against the high court orders to remove the encroachment in the catchment area of Amanishah Nullah. The disgruntled residents claimed that they have purchased plots from housing societies and it would be unfair to remove them without proper rehabilitation. Many claimed they will also approach the Supreme Court and continue the protest. According to the officials the nullah will be made approximately 210 feet wide, and a centreline will be determined. Currently, the width of the nullah is different at various places.

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