Friday, 13 April 2018

Huda razes all residences obstructing e-way project

The space was cleared after a fortnight­long demolition drive that faced resistance from some of the   house owners.
      The space was cleared after a fortnight-long demolition drive that faced resistance from some of 
       the house owners.The Huda enforcement wing inspected the area on Tuesday.

HS Jakhar, sub-divisional officer (SDO), Huda enforcement, said, “Road construction on the remaining 1.4 kilometre stretch is underway. Presently, soil filling work is on. All 69 houses were removed successfully by our officials in the last fortnight.”

“We must thank the owners of these dwelling units for their proactive approach — removing their construction malba (waste) on their own. All of these 69 houses had sale deeds,” he added.

“There are nearly 30 more houses with general power of attorney (GPA) that we have not been able to remove due to court cases. The matter of the GPA houses is pending in the Punjab and Haryana high court. The next hearing is on April 24. The Huda has to transfer land to the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), which will start the construction of the proposed elevated road on the NPR,” said Jakhar.

The Huda transferred the NPR to the NHAI in October 2016.By that time, the Huda had built 16.6 kilometres of the 18-kilometre-long NPR between the New Delhi-gurugram border near Dwarka and the national highway (NH) near Kherki Daula toll in Gurugram.

After the NHAI took over the NPR, the alignment was extended from the border to Shivmurti, NH, Mahipalpur, with a total length of 28 kilometres, on which the NHAI proposed a 23-kilometre-long elevated road.

After the NHAI took over the construction of the expressway, it also demanded the handover of encumbrance-free land in the remaining 1.4 kilometre stretch at New Palam Vihar to start the construction.

“There are over 200 houses with GPA, the plots or land, which fall in the NPR alignment. The matter is in the high court and until it is in litigation, the Huda cannot claim to have taken custody of the total land in the NPR alignment,” said Pravin Kumar, an oustee.

“The Huda has failed to provide sewer, water, roads and electricity in Sector 110A, where it has allotted alternative plots to oustees. The Huda has committed a mistake by demolishing our houses,” he added.
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