The CM provided great satisfaction to the residents of Ardee and ordered the DTCP to obtain the accounts of all residents and builders and register their homes. CM warned the authorities that tolerance would not be tolerated.
Gurugram: CM Manohar Lal Khattar chaired the city’s Complaint Committee meeting on Saturday, where 13 complaints were filed, including the expected record of around 300 homes, and the lack of parking spaces at Sadar Bazar.
At the meeting, DTP RS Bhatt CM reported that there is an ongoing case in HUDA on 20 acres of land because the city planning department and the city prohibit registration. The record is currently being implemented,” Bhatt added. He instructed the DTP to reach a decision within a month and prepare the list of arrears for all Alleged. During the meeting, abuse and lack of parking spaces were also discussed in Sadar Bazar. CM informed residents that work in multi-level parking will be completed in two years and will solve the problem of parking on the road that is taking up space for walking and driving.
Apart from that, the issue of low energy hanging power lines was also raised in Battle Nagar in Sector 15. After 12 years, 70 deaths and multiple meetings, the problem persist and complaints remain unsolved. MCG Board member Subhash Singla said that an agreement had almost been reached to provide a lane for landlines. Project cost is estimated at Rs. 5 million rupees. A plan will be prepared to collect the development fees of Patel residents.”