Narinder Jagga , Chandigarh , September 6 :-Parkash Singh Badal, Sukhbir Singh Badal and Harsimrat Kaur Badal will spend their lives with Akali Dal and Congress MLAs neighbourhood. In the ‘Flat valley’ of The Punjab Legislature Co-operative House Building Society, three members of the Badal family have booked flats considered dream project of MLAs. There are a total of 120 flats in this project. But no Chief Minister or former Chief Minister from the Congress has booked a flat. In the meeting, late evening, Tuesday, the committee for this project has asked all the members to pay more money to expedite the construction work. The process of this dream project has been started.For the MLAs of Punjab, the project had already been prepared, two times. The first project was in village of Kansal in Punjab behind Punjab Secretariat near Chandigarh. This could not be finalised due to the opposition of the Chandigarh Administration. After that there was a project in Mohali, but it also failed. That is why many legislators and former MLAs withdrew their funds from this project. The previous government again worked on this project and placed two-acre land for luxurious flats in New Chandigarh. New Chandigarh is also dream project of previous Badal Government. Now the Chief Minister of Punjab Capt Amarinder Singh has approved this project.According to the information, the MLAs delayed the payment of the first instalment of Rs. 5 crore for the project, but this amount has also been deposited with the Government. The total project is RS.25.41 crores. The remaining amount to be given in four instalments. In this project, about 50 percent are former MLAs. The meeting of the committee on this project was held on Tuesday evening. Chairman of Punjab Mandi Board; Lal Singh is the president of this flat committee. There are 5 MLAs in the 9-member committee from the Congress and four are from the Akali Dal. In the meeting held yesterday evening, it was decided to send drafts of flats to all the concerned MLAs and former MLAs.According to new maps, the area of the flats has been increased to 3560 sq. feet now. Soil of said land has been sent for testing. Nine companies have applied for the construction of MLAs multi stories society, which will be short listed next week. Each flat will be cost below Rs. 80 lacs to each MLA. In the meeting all the MLAs have been asked to pass the loan for their flats from the banks. The project has to be completed in 18 months. It is pertinent to mention that the land for this legislative society has been purchased at full rates from the Government. The actual cost will be collected from members without any profit.
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