Chandigarh, Nov 1 (UNI) Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has reserved, for the first time, five per cent of plots for advocates under the newly-floated scheme for allotment of 1013 free-hold residential plots at Hisar.
While informing this here today, the Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said the the five per cent reservation had been made for the lawyers practicing in Urban Estate, Hisar under this scheme.
The reservation of lawyers under the scheme would be applicable in accordance with eligibility conditions stipulated in the approved policy for Reservation of Residential Plots for Advocates in HUDA Urban Estates, he added.
Mr Hooda said that two per cent of four, six and eight Marla plots were also reserved for persons with disability and ten per cent subsidy on rates of these reserved plots would be given to them.
Reservation also existed for various categories like Haryana Government Servants, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes, War Widows, Disabled Soldiers, other Widows, Freedom Fighters and their Children, Defence Personnel, Para Military Forces Personnel, Handicapped, Blind, Dependents of Officers or Officials of Haryana Police killed in action or encounter of Haryana Domicile.
Detailing about the scheme, the Chief Administrator of the Authority, T. C. Gupta said that the scheme for the plots had been floated in sector 3 and sector 4 Part-II of Hisar.
The booking of the scheme would commence from November 5 and would close on December 31, 2008. The allotment would be made through draw of lots.
HUDA had given the facility of payment in easy installments under the scheme. Applicant under reserve categories should be a domicile of Haryana.
He said that while applications were invited for the 366 eight Marla plots and 39 six Marla plots in sector 3, applications for 124 one Kanal, 108 fourteen Marla, 253 of ten Marla, 70 of six Marla and 53 of four Marla in sector 4 part-II were invited.
The details of the policy for Reservation of Residential Plots for Advocates in HUDA Urban Estates and others had been made available on HUDA website.
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