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Haryana Assembly monsoon session: Ramkumar Gautam raised the issue of illegal colonies; Kamal Gupta will regulate in 3 months
- At 5:55 AM August 9, 2022
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Today is the second day of the monsoon session of Haryana Legislative Assembly. As soon as the House started the second day, Ramkumar Gautam raised the issue of illegal colonies during the Question Hour. Minister Kamal Gupta said that Haryana has 2176 illegal colonies. Proposals of 212 colonies of 11 municipalities have come. 22 has been verified. As soon as the proposals come, they will be approved. Ram Kumar Gautam said that it has been two years and 10 months for the government. Millions of people are living in illegal colonies and have bought plots.
Ramkumar Gautam said that I have cut the colony on three acres. It is urged not to keep rules in it. The government should keep the norms easy. Either stop the registrar, when the colonies were cut, then what was the blind town country planning. Kamal Gupta then said that the rules have been simplified in 2021. We have made the latest rule that 12 colonies of Narnaund should be sent to the municipality, we will immediately do Vaidya. Then Rajkumar Gautam said that you should order the committee to send all the resolution in a month. Minister Kamal Gupta said that we will give 3 months time.
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