Now it’s turn of mill owners that state government has tightened its grip over them to deter the development permissions, for those developers who yet haven’t handed over the land which is suppose to allotted to the BMC and Mhada within the time frame of three months.
During the meeting which has held on this Thursday to discuss the issues of mill workers attended by the Chief Minister Prihviraj Chavan ordered.
The allotted piece of land has divided into two parts from which Mhada is supposed to construct affordable houses for mill workers as well as economically weaker sections, whereas BMC is expected to use the part of allotted land for the purpose to upkeep the basic amenities.
As per survey reports there are over one lakh mill workers those are eligible, so CM has declared that that it would be impossible to accommodate all mill workers and the state could provide 30,000 at the most. However during the meeting state government has cleared that “government will not allot these houses free of cost” as senior officials said.