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- Approval obtained for building boilage, zenal plan, reserve rate of land
- Consultant appointed to prepare the Zonal Development Plan
The meeting of the UIT Trust was held at the Collectorate on Friday evening under the chairmanship of Collector Mahavir Prasad Verma. There was a complete focus on the disposal of complaints made by Laenga in the meeting. The 9-inch-high divider along the highway has long been built by the UIT on the National Highway, formerly named after the Service Raid.
An objection was lodged by Laagein. Former councilor Surendra Swamy, Ramswaroop Nayak etc. also gave written memorandum in this regard. It was decided that this 9 inch divider would be removed by UIT. The benefit of this will be that after this the highway will be chaeda. Demand for dividers from Second District Hospital to Kisan Chak has also been accepted.
The collector stated the agenda of making dividers right, while the trust gave permission for construction. Trust Secretary Dr. Haritima said that the meeting focused on three main points. In which building boilage, zenal plan and reserve rate. During the meeting, the previously fixed rate of Rs 4000 in Darpan Enclave has been reduced to Rs 1700. In other colonies, the reserve rate has been increased. Officers of Water Supply Department, Electricity, PWD were also present in the meeting.
It was agreed to remove the 9 inch divider on the other side of the highway
During the meeting, the UIT informed that in the trust meeting of 25 June 2020, it was decided to send the proposal of the Malaviya National Institute, Jaipur, and send the proposal for the approval of the state government for preparing the General Development Plan.
Administrative development and financial approval of 98 lakh rupees has been sent by the Urban Development Department on July 9, 2020 for the development of the zenal development. The trust gave permission for the consultant. Deputy city planner Manish Kumar said that according to the master plan for the year 2017-35, a general development plan will be prepared.
The Trust has also issued its approval to implement the Model Rajasthan Building Regulations 2020. It amends the rates described in Schedule 2 of the Building Regulations 2020. Like, for the prayer fee, it will now take 500 rupees. Depending on the area of the plot for the debris, 1000 rupees have been proposed up to 500 square meters, 5000 rupees from 500 to 1000 square meters, 10 thousand square meters on more than 1000 square meters over 1000 square meters.
The club is conducting commercial activities on the allotted plot from UIT at a discounted rate
A complaint has been made to DLB for conducting commercial activities in the building on the allotted plot at a discounted rate. Former councilor Sandeep Sharma has said in the complaint that UIT had allotted a discounted plot in 1986 to Lions Club, Sriganganagar. This plot was allotted for cultural activities, but now commercial activities are going on here.
In the name of doing cultural activities, the club’s UIT allotted the plot at a 25 percent reserve rate. In 1986, in front of residential area Indira Vatika, plot no. The building constructed at 7-A-2 Jawaharnagar now conducts commercial activities.
It is worth mentioning that the construction of the building here was also done without approval. In this auditorium, other business activities have been started in addition to matrimonial programs, condolence meetings. A huge amount is being charged as rent for the family function.