Lt. Governor Anil Baijal issued the directive on Monday, and it was delivered in NEW DELHI. The directive was given to government officers in Delhi, and it was given with the intention of providing residents of unauthorized colonies in the city with ownership rights. The directive also included a time-bound directive.
In addition to this, he instructed the officers to carry out a computerized survey of the colonies and clearly define their borders to guarantee the effective and uninterrupted operation of the PM-UDAY program “in mission mode.” pm uday yojana
According to a statement that was issued by the LG’s office, Baijal reviewed the steps that need to be taken to confer ownership, transfer, and mortgage rights to the residents of unauthorized colonies during a meeting that was attended by the Chief Secretary of the Delhi government as well as other top officers.
It was reported that Baijal emphasized providing inhabitants of these colonies with access to social infrastructure as well as fundamental municipal amenities.
“Held a meeting with the Chief Secretary of Delhi, the Divisional Commissioner, and DMCs to discuss the Unauthorized Colonies in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojana (PM-UDAY). Reviewed the actions that need to be performed to confer or recognize ownership rights, transfer rights, or mortgage rights to inhabitants of unauthorized colonies in Delhi, “Following the discussion, the L-G sent a tweet.
A proposal to grant ownership rights to people living in 1,797 unauthorized colonies in Delhi was approved by the Union Cabinet earlier this month. As a result, an estimated number of more than 40 lakh residents of unauthorized colonies in the national capital are expected to benefit from this decision.
According to the statement, he gave the officers advice for “successfully implementing dda pm uday, by working in mission mode.” He did this by advising them to operate in mission mode.
According to the statement, the Lieutenant Governor also requested that the officers take steps to recognize the relevant villages as urbanized, draught development control rules to stimulate planned redevelopment, identify the unoccupied property, and take measures to safeguard it.
In addition to them, the Divisional Commissioner of the Delhi government, the Secretary of Urban Development, the Commissioners of three municipal corporations, and executives from other departments that were affected attended the meeting.
On Friday, a delegation of residents and members of resident welfare organizations of unauthorized colonies presented Prime Minister Narendra Modi with gifts and congratulations in recognition of his government’s plan to grant them ownership rights.