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Property game in UDA ...: UDA workers are selling house-plants of quota, public empty-handed

Property game in UDA ...: UDA workers are selling house-plants of quota, public empty-handed

By allotting houses in the name of employees quota, UDA employees are earning profits by doing property business and the common man is getting away from the dream of a house. People are not able to take a plot or house by adding their life -long earnings. Authority employees are allotted plots or houses from the UDA at a low rate and selling them at the market price or the plot is being taken using the money of someone else and the quota authority. The registration is preparing to start. For this, information about vacant house-plot is being collected from the plan in-charge of the authority. Despite the process of getting online registration, UDA's Babu plays. In this, they get a brokership or commission in return. In such a situation, the common man and his family are deprived of the house-plate, that is, the common people are empty handed. More than 380 properties were sold. Out of this, three plots were allotted by the executive engineer and two fourth class employees of the Authority in Shipra Vihar Residential Scheme, tenders of the remaining two employees were canceled due to some reason. The house-plattemprai Vihar, the rest of the plot of the house-platpira And the rest of the office chamber in the house and Nanakheda shopping complex and the remaining multi-flat in Shipra Vihar, the residential and main road of Gulmohar Colony will be sold on the business and PSP plot located on the main road. . Information about vacant house-plants and flats etc. is being collected from the scheme in-charge. Estate Officer Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website following follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 22nd 2022, 11:11 pm
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