The residents, whose lands were acquired by Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) ten years ago, may soon get their adequate compensation after waiting for long time. The Huda is soon going to send a complete list of oustees for approval of compensation package to headquarter in Panchkula.
The Huda had taken land for the purpose of external development including construction of roads, sewer and water lines among others. apartment management system
The department has the responsibility of providing another land in the nearby area and constructing new houses for the oustees in a span of six months. There are almost 1,000 oustees who are yet to get their compensations from Huda.
When the oustees did not get their compensation in time, they approached Punjab and Haryana High Court requesting to look into the matter.
Administrator of Huda, Chander Shekhar Khare, on Wednesday met with two estate officers (EOs) to discuss about the matter. He demanded a complete list of oustees who needs to be compensated.
“There are many court cases that we have to resolve in this regard. Once, we will get a comprehensive list of oustees, I will send it to chief administrator’s office for approval. Our aim is resolve the issue at the earliest,” Khare said.
The Punjab and Haryana Court had merged all the cases of oustees filed in last five to six years in September 2017.
A senior Huda official said that Northern Peripheral Road (NPR), Southern Peripheral Road (SPR) and Connecting Peripheral Roads (CPR), and several other sector roads, are among projects which are mired in litigations, as landowners and oustees moved court demanding adequate compensation.
The Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) has prepared a proposal to construct an auditorium at Bal Bhawan in Sector-4. The officials and councillors will discuss the proposal during the House meeting scheduled on Wednesday. apartment management system
The officials informed that the new auditorium at Bal Bhawan will have the capacity to accommodate 700 people and it will also have air-condition facility. The present auditorium is in bad condition with limited space to accommodate people.
The MCG conducts its weekly cultural performances during winter at the Bal Bhawan.
“We have started demolishing the old structure and tenders have been allotted for the project,” MCG public relations officer SS Rohilla said.
Contractor Krishan Kumar was given tender for the project in February at a project cost of Rs 12.89 crore.
The MCG said that there will be no charge for the performances at the new auditorium. The new auditorium will be made available to the public by mid-2019.
MCG officials said that the House will discuss the high cost of the structure and opportunities will be given to officials and councillors to raise their issues. The final approval is expected to come after the discussion in the House.
The city of Gurgaon had a cultural centre, Epicentre, at Sector-44 which was closed in December 2016. A cultural hub is also proposed on a 10 acre land in Sector-53. The new cultural hub is planned in the lines of India Habitat Centre. But, it is also due to get approval from the state government.
Artistes were ecstatic on the prospect of a new auditorium at Bal Bhawan.
“A new auditorium is required. Not just for performing artists to get an opportunity to showcase their art, but also for residents as the city is criticized for being an example of corporate lifestyles or mundane living,” Shobhna Jha, a Kathak dancer said.
After the significant lapses in the maintenance, the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has initiated legal action against the contractor of Chandu Budhera water treatment plant.
Citing the reasons for the action, an official said that the contractor was due to increase the water supply capacity from 200 MLD (million gallons a day) to 300 MLD but it was not done by them. apartment management system
The contractor did not act even after many reminders which were sent in last six months. The GMDA may also blacklist the company.
The Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) has appointed the contractor in 2011. The responsibility of water supply was passed from the Huda to the GMDA in January 2018.
Lalit Arora, superintending engineer (SE), GMDA, said, “The contractor has shown a negligent attitude despite our reminders and has failed to put in place the necessary infrastructure to augment water supply from the plant.”
“We have communicated the matter to Huda, which had appointed the contractor. The GMDA will initiate action as per the terms and conditions of the agreement. The action may include blacklisting the company or contractor and forfeiting the bank guarantee, among others. We will take action very soon,” Arora said.
“In February, we had commissioned the second unit of 22 MGD at Chandu Budhera plant and the third unit was to be commissioned. However, we have adequate water to feed the city and fortunately, there is no complaint of water shortage this season, till date,” Sandeep Dahiya, executive engineer, GMDA, said.
The Gurugram Special Children’s Court on Monday ruled that the 16-year-old accused in the private school murder case will be considered as an adult during the trial. The student of class 11 is accused of slitting the throat of class 2 student in the toilet of school on September 8 last year.
The court dismissed the appeal challenging the Juvenile Justice Board’s order on December 20 last year. The court also rejected the two petitions challenging the permission granted to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to take the accused into custody. gate management system
The counsel for the accused argued that the order passed by JJB was bad in law. The counsel also said that he was not given ample opportunities to present his case.
Additional sessions judge JS Kundu said that the crime was heinous while giving the verdict.
However, the father of the accused was not happy with the ruling as said that he will file a writ petition in the high court. “My son is innocent and I will not leave any stone unturned to save him”, father of the accused said.
“We will take all the remedies available to us as per the law as the orders are not legally sustainable”, Sandeep Aneja, counsel for the juvenile accused, said.
The case was transferred to the Special Children’s Court, Gurugram on December 20.
While declaring the accused as an adult, the court said that circumstances advocate that accused was mature enough to understand the consequences of crime and to also think about ways to escape the punishment.
“We knew and argued hence that his appeal holds no ground and the JJB has passed a reasoned and judicious order which cannot be faulted with”, Sushil Tekriwal, the counsel of the victim’s family, said.
The officials of the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) on Monday informed that the door-to-door waste collection service, Ecogreen Energy, has not been paid in the last two months because of deficiency in services.
MCG officials said that the Ecogreen Energy have not been efficient enough in doorstep waste collection. They said that there have been inconsistencies in collection and disposal of waste. apartment management system
The officials informed that the dues towards Ecogreen Energy have mounted to Rs 11 crore.
The councillors participating in the House meeting said that the residents are constantly complaining about poor services of Ecogreen Energy citing them failing to collect waste every day.
Ward 34 councillor RS Rathee said, “Since March, 25 notices were sent to Ecogreen by Zone 3 joint commissioner YS Gupta for failing to collect waste or incompletion transfer of waste. Of these, Ecogreen officials responded to only four notices.”
“The MCG has stopped paying Ecogreen for their services since the past two months as their work has been found to be incompetent. Until their services improve, the MCG will not be paying its dues (towards Ecogreen),” MCG commissioner Yashpal Yadav said.
“Besides their incompetency in collecting waste, Ecogreen is also allegedly hiring underage workers. This in itself is a serious offence and needs to be looked into,” Mayor Madhu Azad said.
“The MCG has not cleared our dues since March. From our side, the operations are optimum and all workforce is engaged in the door-to-door collection of waste,” Rajesh Kurup, Ecogreen’s, general manager of operations said.
The National Real Estate Developers’ Council (NARDECO) is all set to organise its second ‘Global Investment Summit 2018’ on June 1 in Gurgaon. The prime objective of the summit will be to discuss the issues affecting real estate sector, including investment, affordable housing for all and single window clearance for real estate projects, among other issues. apartment management system
Union minister of state for urban affairs and housing Hardeep Singh Puri will be inaugurating the summit in the presence of Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar and finance minister Abhimanyu.
Nardeco said that the latest reforms in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh and the potential outcome of various policies implemented in the real estate and infrastructure sectors will be discussed at the summit.
“The one-day summit will have five sessions in which issues such as investment, infrastructure, government clearances for projects and streamlining project finance would be discussed. Special focus would be given to Gurugram, Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway as real estate destinations,” state NAREDCO president Praveen Jain said.
Jain also informed that they have invited the chairmen of RERA from Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana to address the issue of delayed projects and speed up the process for implementation of RERA.
“Deliberations during the summit will find investments avenues and seek ways to generate a favourable funding climate within these states,” said Haryana NAREDCO treasurer Pradeep Aggarwal.
Panic gripped residents of Taksila Heights apartments in Sector 37 C, Gurgaon after a six-foot-long black-headed royal snake was sighted in their area on Saturday night.
The snake was spotted by a security guard, who instantly alerted the wildlife department and members of the residents’ welfare association (RWA). Residents said that three snakes were rescued from this area last month and another two have already been rescued this month. visitor management system
“The snake was spotted only after it was caught in the net in our nursery. Several residents gathered at the spot where it was sighted and waited for the wildlife department team to arrive,” Vikas Bansal, general secretary, RWA, said.
Residents further claimed that the lack of streetlights and random littering on the road are an open invite to snakes and other reptiles. As a result, they have stopped taking evening walks apart from asking their children not to venture outdoors.
Anil Gandas, conservator, wildlife department, who led the team to rescue the viper, said, “The snake was almost eight years old. We found it in fine fettle and released it into its habitat near the Dwarka Expressway.”