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Union Cabinet to regularise unauthorised colonies in Delhi

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Union Cabinet to regularise unauthorised colonies in Delhi

Union Cabinet has decided to regularise unauthorised colonies in Delhi. In a historic decision taken on Wednesday, the cabinet decided to give ownership rights to 40 lakhs people living in unauthorised colonies in the national capital.

It is to be noted that around 50 lakh people live in unauthorised colonies across Delhi.

As per the reports, LG Anil Baijal-led Committee had submitted its report to Urban Development Minister Hardeep Singh Puri in June this year.

The Delhi government had proposed a set of parameters to Centre to regularise 1,797 unauthorised colonies in Delhi. The Delhi government had also proposed to charge one per cent cost of land circle rate for up to 200 square metre plot from occupants and a nominal penalty.

It is expected that the Centre’s move to regularize unauthorized colonies could play an important role in deciding the outcome of the next Assembly election in Delhi.

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