Regularization of unauthorized colony: Task force constituted
Delhi government has constituted a Task Force to deal with the matters relating to regularization of unauthorized colonies in the Capital City. The Task Force has been constituted pursuant to the assurance made by the UD Minister Arvinder Singh in the Legislative Assembly while replying to the issues related to the regularization of unauthorized colonies.
Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit reiterated her Government's commitment to ensure that the benefits of regularization percolate to the residents of unauthorized colonies without any hindrance and procedural delay. She further stated that Government is keen to expedite developmental works in unauthorized colonies and take the regularization process to its logical conclusion at the earliest.
The Task Force would be chaired by the Director, Local Bodies, and Government of Delhi. The three Municipal Commissioners and Divisional Commissioner will also serve as members of the Task Force. Apart from that Chief Engineers from DSIIDC, Irrigation and Flood Department, PWD, three Municipal Corporations and Delhi Jal Board would also serve as its Members.
Task Force has been constituted with the aim to ensure expeditious decision on various issues pursuant to regularization of unauthorized colonies including finalization of lay out plans and execution of development works by various agencies for improving civic amenities in these colonies and other issues that may likely to crop up in the matter.
The Task Force would report the progress made to the Chief Secretary on a fortnightly basis. Two Senior Officers in the UD Department has been assigned responsibility to provide any information/clarification and extend assistance to the RWAs, residents of Unauthorized Colonies.
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