By Accommodation Times Bureau
Mumbai: The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) is likely to come out with the less number of housing units comparatively pervious year. There are only 775 MHADA houses in Mumbai as against the 3,000-4,000 that are available every year. According to the senior officials, Mhada lottery is also likely to be delayed and the number of housing units in Mumbai is almost a fifth of what is put up for sale every year.
Mhada officials said, on Monday Mumbai is likely to start the process of realizing application forms of annual lottery, whereas it usually scheduled in May. However, the Mumbai board has postponed the process.
Bhausaheb Dangade, Chief Officer of MHADA’s Mumbai board said that, “The state government’s data centre Maha online was to have everything in place by April 10. We were to start our online application process on April 23 after a trial run once the software was installed. However, they kept delaying work first due to some trouble in getting customs’ clearance for the new servers and then due to insufficient manpower”.