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Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

Last updated: October 3 2017
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  • #11

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    Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

    I belong to that area

    Now the rates depend on various factors in that area.
    1. Market - There are small shops after every 10 houses and just to give an idea, its random and depends on what type of shop it is near to the plot.
    2. Corner - There are huge number of small lanes (roads) cutting each other and so is the number of corner units
    3. Water problem - There are some areas where water gets filled in rainy season, which will effect the price. I know some areas where price has not moved since last 4 years and those areas are better than Mahesnagar, just because of water problem. And in total 25-30 % of the roads has this problem
    4. Neighbouhood - Immediate neighbours contruction quality, I mean just next 3-4 houses will have 10-15% price change.

    Are you looking to buy or sell ?

    I will not recommend buying in these areas for investment.

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    • #12

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      Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

      Originally posted by vik99 View Post
      I belong to that area

      Now the rates depend on various factors in that area.
      1. Market - There are small shops after every 10 houses and just to give an idea, its random and depends on what type of shop it is near to the plot.
      2. Corner - There are huge number of small lanes (roads) cutting each other and so is the number of corner units
      3. Water problem - There are some areas where water gets filled in rainy season, which will effect the price. I know some areas where price has not moved since last 4 years and those areas are better than Mahesnagar, just because of water problem. And in total 25-30 % of the roads has this problem
      4. Neighbouhood - Immediate neighbours contruction quality, I mean just next 3-4 houses will have 10-15% price change.

      Are you looking to buy or sell ?

      I will not recommend buying in these areas for investment.
      Hi,
      I know this is a genuine problem in many small towns. BTW, where in Ambala cantt one can invest apart from Mahesh nagar ?
      Also, I heard that there is no registry possible in Ambala cantt since few years. If true, how does buying and selling happen there. ?

      Many thanks for your reply,
      Cheers,
      Babu
      Last edited June 10 2013, 02:24 PM.

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      • #13

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        Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

        Originally posted by marsbabu View Post
        Hi,
        I know this is a genuine problem in many small towns. BTW, where in Ambala cantt one can invest apart from Mahesh nagar ?
        Also, I heard that there is no registry possible in Ambala cantt since few years. If true, how does buying and selling happen there. ?

        Many thanks for your reply,
        Cheers,
        Babu
        You can invest in Sector 34 Ambala Cant. It is a clean ,planned sector with large well maintained town park in front.Rates are quite low at the moment.

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        • #14

          #14

          Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

          Originally posted by marsbabu View Post
          Hi,
          I know this is a genuine problem in many small towns. BTW, where in Ambala cantt one can invest apart from Mahesh nagar ?
          Also, I heard that there is no registry possible in Ambala cantt since few years. If true, how does buying and selling happen there. ?

          Many thanks for your reply,
          Cheers,
          Babu
          babu ji what is price of plot you are getting in ambala cantt mahesngar
          NEVER BUY ANY PROPERTY BY SEEING COMMENTS ALWAYS VISIT LOCATION

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          • #15

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            Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

            Originally posted by marsbabu View Post
            Hi,
            I know this is a genuine problem in many small towns. BTW, where in Ambala cantt one can invest apart from Mahesh nagar ?
            Also, I heard that there is no registry possible in Ambala cantt since few years. If true, how does buying and selling happen there. ?

            Many thanks for your reply,
            Cheers,
            Babu
            You can look at the areas after Tangri river, one of the relative bought a plot one year back at 6000 and now the price of same plot is 9000. (This is around 2-3 KM away from Mahesnagar)

            I don't have any idea about registry. Check with some local dealers.
            Last edited June 10 2013, 06:46 PM.

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            • #16

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              Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

              Building sealed, 2 MC employees suspended
              Reported grabbing of 1,100 square yards of govt land at Palika Colony by former zila parishad chairman Braham Pal Rana snowballs into political controversy

              Manish Sirhindi
              Tribune News Service

              Ambala, June 24

              The reported grabbing of 1,100 square yards of government land at the Palika Colony here, allotted as government accommodation to a former zila parishad chairman, has snowballed into a political controversy, with the administration sealing the building and the BJP demanding immediate action.

              The house had been allotted to former zila parishad president Braham Pal Rana seven years back and had been in his possession since then.

              A few months back, he razed the government building and started constructing a mansion on the land, which went unnoticed by the government officials.

              The colony is owned by the municipal corporation and has houses allotted to government officials working in the district.

              Local BJP legislator Anil Vij had pointed out the reported land grab and taken up the issue at the highest level, besides highlighting it in the media.

              After media reports, Deputy Commissioner Shekhar Vidyarthi ordered the suspension of two employees of the building wing of the municipal corporation, who had been instrumental in approving building plans of the said structure on government land.

              Besides sealing the building, Vidyarthi served a notice on Rana under Sections 408 (encroachment on government land) and 271 (illegal construction) of building bylaws. When contacted, Vidyarthi said action had been initiated and the administration would proceed as per the law.

              Vij demanded that the structure should be immediately pulled down.

              He said the Congress leader had grabbed government land and constructed a palatial house after getting building plans approved by the corporation under the nose of district officials.

              When contacted, Rana refused on comment on the issue.
              Dil Jawan Hai To Jahan Hai

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              • #17

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                • #18

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                  Ambala MC pulls down illegal structure

                  Tribune News Service

                  Ambala, August 21
                  Two months after the matter pertaining to grabbing of the government land by a former Zila Parishad (ZP) chief came to light, the district administration and the local civic authorities today pulled down the illegal building.

                  Former Zila Parishad chairman Braham Pal Rana had allegedly grabbed 1,100 square yards of government land in the Palika Colony, which was allotted to him as government accommodation, after he became the ZP chief seven years ago.

                  However, Rana somehow managed to get the same piece of land leased in his name for a mere Rs 2 per year. He brought down the government house, which existed there and started constructing a building of his own at the leased space.

                  Local BJP MLA Anil Vij raised the matter after which the local administration swung into action. The then Deputy Commissioner Shekhar Vidyarthi ordered the sealing of the building, besides the suspension of two employees of the building wing of the municipal corporation. These employees had been instrumental in approving the building plans and leasing out the land to Rana.

                  The administration had issued two notices to Rana after which the Deputy Commissioner ordered the demolition of building on August 13. The enforcement wing of the Ambala Municipal Corporation brought down the illegal building today.
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                  • #19

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                    Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

                    Plots sold on forged GPA in Ambala, four held

                    All registries, mutations cancelled, 281 families lose money


                    Tribune News Service

                    Ambala, September 11
                    As many as 281 buyers in the district have been duped as the ownership of the plots which they purchased was cancelled by the authorities on Monday as the plots had been sold on a forged general power of attorney (GPA). The GPA had been made from a non-existing tehsil Thatipur in Gwalior district of Madhya Pradesh.

                    About seven years back, some local property dealers sold plots in various parts of the district on the basis of a GPA which was shown to have been made from Thatipur ‘tehsil’ in Gwalior district.

                    The accused had bought the land from local farmers and sold it to investors without getting it registered in their name, causing huge losses to the state exchequer.

                    Not only the deals were got registered by the Revenue Department, but the mutations were also carried out. However, the fact that the GPA on the basis of which the deals were registered was forged, leading to cancellation of the registries and mutations, causing losses to 281 persons.

                    As the matter came to light, a vigilance probe was marked into the deals and the authorities imposed a ban on any further registration of land deals on the basis of the ‘Thatipur GPA’. All signatures and stamps which the GPA carried were later found to be forged.

                    The Vigilance Bureau has already arrested four persons and the matter is under investigation. Those arrested included Arum Kumar, Arvinder, Suresh and Gautam.

                    It was also learnt that the accused had also sold more than 600 plots in Kurukshetra, Karnal and Kaithal.

                    Local BJP MLA Anil Vij said it was beyond comprehension as to how revenue officials went on registering more than 280 plots in the district without verifying the authenticity of the GPA. He said the involvement of the revenue officials in the scam could not be ruled out.

                    Meanwhile, the buyers, who had no knowledge that the GPA on the basis of which the land deals were being registered was fake, rued that they had lost lakhs of rupees to property dealers. They said it was for the revenue officials to make sure that the registries were being done on the basis of the genuine documents.

                    “How could we know that the land deals were illegal when proper registries were being done by the revenue officials. Now how can we recover the money that we had paid to the property dealers,” said a plot owner.
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                    • #20

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                      Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

                      Struggle on to reclaim 350 acres in Ambala village

                      TNS

                      Nurdh (Ambala), November 8
                      The panchayat of Nurdh village is engaged in an unending struggle against the local land sharks who occupy more than 350 acres of common land in the village.

                      These land sharks even managed to get the land mutated into their names in 2003 with an intention to sell it to a Ambala property dealer after securing the backing of a top politician.

                      However, the panchayat challenged the mutation in the Ambala DC’s court and has been fighting the case for the last 10 years to reclaim the land.

                      A huge chunk of land in Nurdh attracted the local land sharks who managed to get 350 acres of this land mutated in name of those who were in possession of the land from the Barara SDM’s court in 2003.

                      Out of the 440 acres, 90 acres of land stands in the name of the village panchayat and is leased out annually to generate income for the panchayat. While the 350 acres is Shamlat deh land and was being cultivated by villagers. Some local farmers, including Harcharan Singh, managed to get this 350 acres mutated in their name and allegedly tried to sell it to a Ambala property dealer, who had the backing of a known Congress leader, who happened to an MLA at that time.

                      Believing that with the political clout enjoyed by the MLA, he would be able to take possession of the land and even suppress the opposition of the village panchayat, the deal was even finalised with the property dealer, but after the media gave it wide coverage, the MLA withdrew himself from the deal for the fear of bad publicity.

                      However, he then introduced a native of Panipat, who is believed to be a relative of Congress leader Virender Singh, and attempts were made to sell this land to him, but this deal never materialised.

                      Sarpanch of the village Ranbir Singh said following this, the village panchayat under then sarpanch Surinder Kaur, challenged the mutation of the 350 acres, in the Ambala DC court and the matter is still pending there.
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