DPCC demands early implementation of Delhi Master Plan 2021
New Delhi, Oct 25 (UNI) Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee today demanded early implementation of the Master Plan 2021 to give relief to traders and lakhs of other affected people in the capital.
DPCC President R B Sharma, leading a delegation of Delhi MPs, today handed over a memorandum to the Bhure Lal Monitoring Committee constituted by the the Supreme Court to look into the issue of unauthorised constructions in the city, seeking relief to the business community from the sealing drive by implementing the master plan at the earliest.
He demanded that shopkeepers should be allowed to carry on their trade while the master plan was being implemented and there should be no sealing/demolition in the meantime.
He also extended moral support to traders who had announced a 72 hour strike in Delhi in protest against sealing of commercial establishments in residential areas.
Taking ''serious'' note of the memorandum, the committee assured the delegation that all possible efforts would be made to tackle the problem with a ''humane approach'', Mr Sharma said hoping that a satisfactory solution could be found which would be acceptable to all.
The DPCC President also demanded regularisation of all the unauthorised colonies in the national capital.
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