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DDA housing scheme: Unsuccessful housing applicants' money to be refunded by December 24


New Delhi: The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) said on Tuesday that it would refund the deposited money of unsuccessful applicants in its 'Housing Scheme 2014' by December 24.

"The DDA is going to transfer the entire money deposited with it to the respective bank accounts by December 18. And, all the banks have been directed by vice-chairman of the DDA to ensure that the money is refunded or transferred online to the respective accounts of unsuccessful applicants by December 24," a senior DDA official said.

DDA to refund unsuccesful housing applicants' money by December 24.
The draw for the largest-ever housing scheme by the DDA was held on November 25, which left several lucky applicants ecstatic while not-so-lucky ones rued missing the chance to own an affordable house in the national capital.

The scheme offered 25,040 flats in various categories spread across the national capital, and saw the authority receiving a whopping 10,08,985 applications, which is the highest in the history of the housing authority.

For the successful applicants of houses alloted in Dwarka Sector 23B, a three-day camp would be held at the Vikas Sadan, for starting the allotment process.

"The camps for allottees of houses in Dwarka Sector 23B would be held for three days, Nov 19, 20, and 22, where they would be asked to bring necessary documents, affidavits, biographical details, among others, required for official allotment. Advertisement would also be put out in newspapers regarding the same," the official said.

The draw was held under the supervision of retired Delhi High Court judge Manju Goel, National Informatics Centre DG Mahesh Chandra, and IIT-Delhi professor Anshul Kumar.


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