New Delhi, Jul 17 (UNI) The Delhi government today decided to start the actual process of allotment of Low Cost Houses for the underprivileged section with effect from August 1, when sale of forms for allotment would begin at 54 different centers simultaneously.
At a high-Level meeting, presided over by Delhi Urban Development Minister Raj Kumar Chauhan and attended by Pr. Secretary (Urban Development), Divisional Commissioner and all Revenue Dy.
Commissioners, it was also decided that the first lot of 10,000 low cost houses would be allotted soon after verification, processing and completion of other formalities, which would be recommended by the District Committees under Deputy Commissioners.
Mr Chauhan said the contribution of the beneficiary would be around Rs 60,000/- for which a long-term easy bank loan would be arranged. Rest of the cost would be shared by the Government of India under the JNNRUM Scheme and owning agency on whose land the slum came up. The clusters, which are on or near the Commonwealth Games 2010 project sites, would be taken up first and relocated on priority.
He said the complex of Low Cost Houses would have all basic amenities such as schools, parks, transport, drinking water and shops for daily needs.
The city government has decided to start the actual process of allotment of Low Cost Houses with effect from August 1, when sale of forms for allotment would begin at 54 different centers simultaneously costing of Rs 100 would have to be deposited within one month at 54 designated centers, he informed.
Of 54 centers, 10 would be set up in South district, whereas New Delhi, North-West, North-East and North Districts would have five centers each, while the South-West, West, East and Central Districts would have six centers each. Partly filled forms would be liable to be rejected. The applicant would have to declare his income though he will have to only submit an affidavit to this effect.
UNI AR ATI RAI2028