The Delhi high court turned furious in the last week on flamboyant land development agency Delhi Development Authority (DDA) for delaying approx 25, 000 plot allotments from last 30 years to home seekers who had applied in housing scheme in 1981.
The bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice Sanjeev Khanna said that “DDA’s submission is not meeting to benchmark, and also DDA is just making verbal insurances but yet has not proceeded in making any layout plan.” There several petitions has been filed by various applicant including PK Chadhary who alleged that around 25,000 people applied including middle income group, lower income group for plots of the Rohini Residential Scheme, 1981. The bench of justice has ordered that agency is not appropriate and fail to satisfy, so agency has to come out with the “positive plan” so to end the wait of applicants.
“It is very strange to hear that some of the applicants have died,” bench said. And also added that Chairman of DDA has to be accountable towards his responsibility.