AMC’s decision: EWS housing scheme defaulters hit
- The house allotted in the housing scheme will be canceled and allotted to others
- Notification to place list of plots owned by AMC on website
- After notice to the house holders, those who are in the waiting list will be given the house
Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has decided to cancel the houses allotted to them and allot them to other people who are on the waiting list after paying two-three installments after paying two-three installments by the beneficiary who got the house in draw than the houses under Garib Awas Yojana EWS. About 5,000 such houses will be given final notice.
A list containing all the information and details including the list of plots owned by AMC, purpose, pressures or not etc. has been instructed to be placed on the website of AMC. It has been urged to check whether gas cylinder godowns in residential areas in the city are built outside the city or in open spaces and whether the godowns have safety equipment – fire safety or not. It has been instructed to keep one center of PMJY scheme in every ward.
AMC has built thousands of houses under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana and Chief Minister Awas Yojana and allotted them by drawing to poor and middle class people. However, some people in these houses have not paid even one installment after paying three installments. Due to which the income of crores of rupees has been suspended. If people have paid three installments and later not paid even one installment, they will be given a notice and told to pay and if they don’t pay, their three installments will be refunded and the house will be taken back and the house will be given to the waiting people.
Mun. Information regarding all owned plots has been instructed to be placed on AMC’s website. There cannot be any kind of pressure or any other activity to post that such plot is owned by the Corporation. A proposal was made to the Standing Committee to remove the gas cylinder godowns located in residential areas and to examine whether the godowns constructed outside the city or in open spaces have fire safety.