whats the psyd rates for 240 sqyds plot in SOMA township fatehabad?
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  • Who is builder for SOMA township
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  • SOMA Developers. And it is HUDA approved township in Fatehabad.
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  • Check if builder has a website giving details of the project
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  • Fatehabad DC warns against illegal constructions
    Tribune News Service

    Fatehabad, March 17

    Amid complaints of carving of illegal colonies and a spurt in unauthorised constructions, the Fatehabad district administration has decided to get tough with property dealers and developers flouting rules and regulations in this regard.

    The Deputy Commissioner, Dr Saket Kumar, told property dealers to get their establishments registered under the Haryana Regulation of Property Dealers and Property Consultants Act, 2008.

    Setting a deadline of March 31 at a meeting of property dealers in his office today, the DC warned that action would be taken against them in default.

    Notified on October 13, 2008, the Act provides for registration all persons in the trade of property dealing in Haryana.

    The Act provides that any person found dealing in property consultancy business without having a valid licence will invite a penalty of Rs 50,000 and in case of society, company or organisation, the fine is Rs 1 lakh.

    Besides this, the violation can attract punishment of imprisonment for six months.

    Of the over 200 property dealers operating in Fatehabad district, merely 39 have so far registered their establishments under the Act.

    The DC said the registration of sale deeds and start of any kind of construction without the written permission of the District Town Planner was banned in Fatehabad.

    Illegal colonies have sprouted up in different parts of the district, leading to haphazard development.
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  • Compensation made for land acquisition under lens
    Sushil Manav
    Tribune News Service

    Fatehabad, December 13

    Surveys for the payment of compensation for trees, tube wells, pipes and ponds on 1,503 acres of land acquired for the proposed nuclear power project at Gorakhpur have come under the scanner, with rival groups of farmers accusing each other of siphoning off government money through inflated claims in connivance with government officials.

    A large number of farmers from Gorakhpur village today submitted a memorandum to Deputy Commissioner Saket Kumar alleging that large-scale irregularities had been committed in a recent survey conducted for 39 pipelines and 25 ponds.

    The farmers alleged that some officials had connived with the farmers to siphon off government funds, running in crores, based on fake claims, while the pipes and ponds did not exist.

    The authorities have already distributed over Rs 19 crore to farmers for their fixtures on the land, on the basis of a survey held soon after the acquisition of land and now the authorities had started the process of a re-survey.

    The farmers have urged the DC to order a high-level probe to inquire into the payments made in the name of fixtures on the land acquired for the project and order refund of government money claimed fraudulently by the farmers.

    Meanwhile, another group of farmers alleged that the family of an influential leader, who hails from Gorakhpur village, had siphoned off Rs 25 lakh in the name of underground pipes and two tube wells, while he had hardly one twentieth of an acre of agriculture land, costing less than 1.5 lakh, that came under acquisition.

    Farmers alleged that while, as per the rules, survey for fixtures, trees, ponds and pipes is held only at the time of acquisition, some “unscrupulous officials and farmers” had connived to siphon off government funds in the name of fresh surveys.

    When contacted, the DC said he had sought comments from District Revenue Officer Ram Singh Bishnoi in this regard. “I will order an inquiry, if needed, after I receive comments from the DRO,” he said.
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