Delhi’s local government board is getting together to talk about new rules for regulating building

Delhi’s local government board is getting together to talk about new rules for regulating building

The PM-UDAY initiative is regularizing unauthorized colonies, and on Thursday Lt Delhi’s local government

Governor Anil Baijal of Delhi attended a conference to discuss development control standards for these areas.

Experts from the National Institute of Urban dda pm uday Affairs (NIUA) and the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) were present at the meeting as well as the vice chairman and other senior officials.

On October 29, 2019, the Prime Minister’s Unauthorized Colony Awas Adhikar Yojna


inhabitants of the city’s 1,731

illegal colonies the right to purchase their homes.

To discuss development control criteria for


under PM-UDAY initiative, the LG Office tweeted,

“Chaired meeting of VC, DDA, top officials @offucial dda and experts from National Institute of Urban Affairs.”

The DDA said on November 11 that more than 3.5 million individuals had signed up

for PM-UDAY, and that 2,193 persons living in unapproved colonies in

Delhi had been granted ownership rights.

Baijal “emphasized on provision of incentives for building of physical and social infrastructure,

including roads, education and health facilities, green spaces etc.,” according to a tweet from the LG Office.Delhi’s local government

A tweet from the Delhi government stated it was focusing on “structural safety and realistic modeling of probable

consequences of development control rules to allow ordinary residents in visualizing the

enhanced quality of life by selecting for the same” to better the city’s urban environment.

There is no paper involved in the PM-UDAY application procedure.

DELHI, New On Tuesday, the DDA said that 1,533 applicants for the PM-Unauthorized

Colony in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojana (PMUDAY) had received either a conveyance deed or an authorization slip. On October 29, 2019,

the programme was

officially started to provide those

living in 1,731 illegal colonies in Delhi the legal right to buy and sell property.

The DDA said in a statement that as of September 18th, 3,18,946 individuals had

signed up for the programme, and 1,533 had received conveyance documents or authorization papers.

The Delhi Development Authority has said

that it has held several awareness workshops and meetings with RWAs around

the city to assist inhabitants of illegal colonies in acquiring ownership rights.

Hardev Nagar Burari (Laxmi Nagar), Roshanpura (Dwarka), Valmiki Colony (Dhamsa) & Dabar Enclave Jaffarpur (Dwarka), Mahila Park Patel Nagar (Dwarka), Ramgarh Jagirpur (Pitampura), & Madhur Vihar (Laxmi Nagar) were only few of the neighborhoods where awareness camps were held.

The pm uday yojana emphasized that every processing center operating under PM-UDAY

Cell should have such camps and discussions with RWAs every week.

The DDA has implemented many policies to aid those living in illegal colonies.

To facilitate online registration of citizens under the PM-UDAY scheme and the filing of

applications for conferment of right in unauthorized colonies, the DDA has partnered with Common Service Centre (CSC) e-Governance

Services India Limited, a special purpose vehicle under the Ministry of Electronics and IT managing the CSC scheme.

About 1,375 CSCs have been hired to aid the locals.

The local government further announced that 28 help desks organized under the PM-UDAY Cell are functioning

at present to facilitate and provide all essential support for the granting of property rights.

that five processing facilities

(in Pitampura, Dwarka, Hauz Khas,

Laxmi Nagar, and Rohini) are operational and ready to issue conveyance deeds or

authorisation slips in response to cases that have reached maturity on the PM-UDAY site. Pm uday scheme

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