DDA will draw lottery for 744 applicants of Rohini scheme on 8 August

By Accommodation Times News Services

Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has declared that they will issue draw for the remaining allottees on 8th August for 744 applicants. These applicants are those who are yet to be allotted plots under the 1981 Rohini Residential Scheme. This announcement was made by DDA Vice-Chairman Balvinder Kumar, following the Supreme Court’s order of allotting land to the allottees of the scheme.

A total of 82,384 applicants had registered for the Rohini Residential Scheme in 1981, launched to provide houses to people in Rohini zone under various categories: Middle Income Group (MIG), Lower Income Group (LIG), Economically Weaker Section, etc.

Supreme Court ordered DDA to allot developed plots to these allottees within four months. The court also ordered that the plots have to be developed ones, which means they must have basic amenities such as roads, electricity and water.

The officials informed that total 82,384 applicants had registered for the Rohini Residential Scheme in 1981, which was launched with an aim to provide houses to people in Rohini zone under various categories like Middle Income Group (MIG), Lower Income Group (LIG), Economically Weaker Section, etc. And till date, 80,037 applicants have been allotted plots, while 744 registrants are awaiting allotment.

The bench led by Justice H L Dattu said successful allottees could not be made to suffer more on account of the DDA’s inability, on one pretext or another, to allot plots to them in accordance with a scheme floated over three decades ago.





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