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DDA’s Rohini Residential Scheme – 1981   :   25,366 registrants are still waiting for allotment of Plot. 

PIL Case : WP(C): 8765/ 2009 [Rahul Gupta v/s DDA and UD Ministry] fixed for 23.09.2009

Through an affidavit (for an individual case and placed for this PIL case also), VC - DDA has admitted that ‘because of reasons beyond control of DDA’ out of 2473 hectare Rohini Scheme land for [Phase – I, II & III], about 748 hectare ‘Rohini land’ has been allotted/ diverted for ‘non scheme related projects’ or left over for encroachment. The details are as:

Un-authorised colonies i.e. Budh Vihar (Sector 5), Vijay Vihar (Sector 4), Prashant Vihar (Sector 14), have been permitted to mushroom on 218 hectare land. 
185 hectare land has been left over to be encroached by villagers i.e. Badli (Sector 19), Mangolpur Kalan (Sector 2) & Naharpur (Sector 7). 
215 hectare land has been allotted to Co-operative Societies. 
130 hectare land has been utilised for Sewerage treatment plant.
Interestingly, had this 215 hectare land (allotted to Co-operative Societies without having initial plan during 1983-85) was allotted to Rohini Scheme registrants, about 21,000 scheme registrants could have been allotted a plot in 1985 itself.

More interestingly, in a letter to Directorate of Public Grievance – Cabinet Secretariat (DPG), DDA claims that the allotment of land to Co-operative Societies was made on the recommendations of ‘Parliament Committee’. Can DDA act on any such recommendations?

The Parliament Committee has also recommended clearing the backlog up to 2005. What about these recommendations? Without any doubt, this allotment was illegally made. Should we not demand to demolish the existing structures on such ‘illegally allotted land to Co-operative societies’ and allot this land to waiting scheme registrants?

If DDA had acted judiciously, the 403 hectare land (185 + 218) under encroachment could have been allotted to scheme registrants long back and this land was sufficient for the purpose of about 40,000 scheme registrants.

The land which was handed over to DDA was free of encroachment. How the encroachers had a free hand and such encroachments were permitted on DDA land by DDA officials? Should we not demand to allot this land to us after clearing the encroachment?

Through this affidavit, DDA has only provided the part details of encroachment on Rohini Land. Complete details of encroachment on 4680 hectare Rohini land have not been provided. 

No unauthorized colony can be permitted, if it is built on ‘Govt Land’. How ‘Provisional Certificates’ have been issued in recent past to Un-authorised Colonies, which exists on Rohini Land, the land which belongs to DDA? 



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