BJP seeks colony no-objection certificate for growth

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NEW DELHI: The BJP MLAs on Sunday met the lieutenant governor of Delhi, Najeeb Jung, and sought no-objection certificates (NOCs) for unauthorised colonies on DDA land for speeding up development work in these colonies.

The MLAs, who were led by Vijay Kumar Malhotra, leader of the opposition in the Assembly, raised before Jung the issue of non-implementation of Delhi Jal Board’s “amnesty scheme” in DDA colonies, a party release said.

Under the DJB’s amnesty scheme, the civic body has condoned 100% late-payment surcharge and has even given 30% rebate to those paying outstanding amounts.

“These concessions are not being given to DDA colonies,” the release said.

They also raised the issue of “no clear cut decision regarding upkeep and maintenance of boundary walls and common areas in the group housing societies falling under DDA”, the release said, adding that the MLAs had demanded urgent action.

The MLAs also informed Jung about the need for maintenance of convenience and local shopping centres constructed by DDA and requested that the authority be asked to immediately take up repair of such constructions.


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