Indore: Divisional commissioner Akash Tripathi said that people fraudulently deprived of plots by various errant cooperative housing societies can lodge their complaint with the administration till December 31.
Tripathi who was chairing the high level monitoring committee of inter-departmental officers, overseeing the ongoing action against land mafia, assured that the administration would remove all hurdles before genuine persons who have been denied their rightful plots or those who have plots but could not construct houses due to some problems.
Tripathi said that priority list of such members will be prepared and the hurdles for constructing houses would be overcome. Also, such registered plot holders who have yet not got possession of the plot, will be given possession of the plot.
Tripathi said those who have been duped and given plots that are not for residential use will be compensated. He said joint efforts would be made by all departments and action would be taken against officials who do not work deligently.
It was informed at the meeting that so far the administration has received over 450 complaints and applications against various housing cooperative societies.
Collector Lokesh Kumar Jatav, municipal commissioner Asheesh Singh, chief executive officer of Indore Development Authority, Vivek Shotriya, along with officials of Town and Country Planning, Power Discom, Cooperative and other related departments were present.
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