Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): Now the group of Ministers will review the act on unauthorised colonies across the State. Although the act Special Provisions for Regularization Authorized Colony had been passed during the budget Session, but it received no response from the People. To know the views on this issue, the minister for Housing, Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa has hold meetings with authorised and unauthorised colonies owners, investors. Meeting of some ministers are to be held in the next week in Ludhiana and Amritsar to review and suggestions for amendments. Minister Bajwa told that the task will be completed in the mid of July month.There are 8,000 unauthorised colonies across the State, of which 5,000 are located outside the municipal limit and lakh of plots, which were to be regularised under the new policy. Government was in hope to get very good revenue from the new policy, but the outcome became adverse, which led to heavy loss with no registration of immoveable property for the last one year. The motive of the passed act was to provide basic civic amenities like water supply, sewerage, electricity and road connectivity to the people living in these colonies. No objection certificate (OBC) is the main hurdle in the way of success of this act. Talking to Daily Post, the Minister said that because the issue is related with lacs of peoples, therefore objections are being sought from Public representatives and after it, the draft would be published in public domain and later tabled in the Cabinet meeting. He told that process will go forward after the return of Suresh Kumar, Chief Principal Secretary.
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