New Delhi:Union Minister Vijay Goel has urged Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal to review DDA’s flat allotment policy and provide reservation to...
New Delhi:Union Minister Vijay Goel has urged Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal to review DDA’s flat allotment policy and provide reservation to Delhiites in this regard at the earliest.
Mr Goel, in a letter addressed to the LG, mentioned that as per the extant allotment policy DDA flats, plots are offered on a national basis without considering the requirements of Delhiites.
'It should be offered to those staying in Delhi for at least a period of three years and the persons who are working here.
In case if it is found difficult to implement it in full, 20 per cent may be offered to the people from outside,' a statement issued by his office said here today.
The Union Minister also said review of allotment policy was important for the survival of middle class and poor income groups because flats of private builders etc can be afforded by the rich, including people from outside Delhi, but the DDA flats, which are offered at cheap rates, are the only source of fulfilling the dream of owning flats in Delhi for them.