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Only Colonies Proposed By RWA Will Be Valid In Haryana – CGCHOTBOX


Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal.
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Haryana government has taken a big decision regarding illegal colonies. Now only colonies with proposals sent by RWAs (Resident Welfare Associations) will be legalised. The government is preparing to give exemption to ensure that the remaining colonies which do not meet the departmental rules are also confirmed. For this, the government has directed all the urban bodies to pass a resolution in this regard from the House by 31st December. All the colonies have been asked to form Resident Welfare Association and send a proposal. However, colonies that are converted from illegal to legal will have to deposit development charges.

According to the survey conducted in the state, there are a total of 2237 unauthorized colonies in the municipality area. As against these, the Haryana Government has so far received proposals to legalize a total of 1465 colonies. Of these, proposals for 1,399 colonies have been passed by the concerned civic bodies and sent to the headquarters, while proposals have been sent to confirm 66 other colonies through the Resident Welfare Association.

The government has ignored the proposals sent individually and directly by the municipalities, as a large number of colonies have been found where the colonizer has moved after cutting the colony, or where the RWA is yet to be formed. Could The government has decided that the proposals coming directly to the government will not be implemented, but the colony will be legalized on the resolution passed by the concerned civic bodies in the house and the proposal by the association of the concerned colony.

Preparation to give relief in condition of six meter road

To legalize illegal colonies, the Haryana government had provided relief by amending the law. Earlier there was a condition of construction work on 50 percent and 75 percent of the plots to legalize the colony, but this condition has been removed under the new amendment. Colonies were divided category-wise, which included colonies with built-up area up to 25 per cent, between 25 to 50 per cent, between 50 to 75 per cent and more than 75 per cent built-up area.

There are many such colonies in the total proposals, which have been settled but do not fulfill the rules. For example, there is a rule that there should be a 6 meter wide road in the colonies, but there are a large number of such colonies, which do not fulfill this condition. The state government is planning to make sure these colonies by giving relief.

The government fixed a deadline of six months in the month of August
In August, during the monsoon session of the Vidhansabha, the Haryana government had fixed a six-month deadline for legalizing illegal colonies that fulfill the norms. Under the decision, municipalities, councils and corporations were to send their proposals for legalizing colonies in their respective areas for the next three months. Within three months, the government had to regularize them, but now due to seeking proposals from RWAs, this matter may again be prolonged, because RWAs are not formed in most of the colonies. The government wants that after the formation of the RWA, the development charge should be recovered from its responsibility.

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Haryana government has taken a big decision regarding illegal colonies. Now only colonies with proposals sent by RWAs (Resident Welfare Associations) will be legalised. The government is preparing to give exemption to ensure that the remaining colonies which do not meet the departmental rules are also confirmed. For this, the government has directed all the urban bodies to pass a resolution in this regard from the House by 31st December. Resident Welfare Associations have been formed in all the colonies and have been asked to send proposals. However, colonies that are converted from illegal to legal will have to deposit development charges.

According to the survey conducted in the state, there are a total of 2237 unauthorized colonies in the municipality area. As against these, the Haryana Government has so far received proposals to legalize a total of 1465 colonies. Of these, proposals for 1,399 colonies have been passed by the concerned civic bodies and sent to the headquarters, while proposals have been sent to confirm 66 other colonies through the Resident Welfare Association.

The government has ignored the proposals sent individually and directly by the municipalities, as a large number of colonies have been found where the colonizer has moved after cutting the colony, or where the RWA is yet to be formed. Could The government has decided that the proposals coming directly to the government will not be implemented, but the colony will be legalized on the resolution passed by the concerned civic bodies in the house and the proposal by the association of the concerned colony.

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