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    Over 3,500 plot owners of secretariat housing scheme urge Rajasthan CM to probe case

    While, in 2003, after organising camps, the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) issued lease deeds to around 700 plot owners, the remaining investors are running from pillar to post to receive possession of their plots.
    • TNN
    • October 05, 2020, 11:00 IST

    JAIPUR: Over 3,500 aggrieved plot owners of the Secretariat Housing Scheme, who are waiting for the possession of land for the past 18 years, have once again submitted a memorandum to chief minister Ashok Gehlot to constitute a high-level committee to probe the land fraud matter.

    In the scheme, the cooperative society had proposed to develop around 4,200 plots. While, in 2003, after organising camps, the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) issued lease deeds to around 700 plot owners, the remaining investors are running from pillar to post to receive possession of their plots.

    Ashok Mehta, a member of the Secretariat Sangharsh Samiti, said, “The lease deeds were distributed by the then chief minister Ashok Gehlot during the camp. On, January 7, 2010, the layout plan of the society was also approved. However, office-bearers of the Muhna Housing Cooperative Co-operative Society are not giving possession of the land,” he said.

    The victims, who remain deprived of their plots staged a protest at the assembly on July 19 2019, following which Gehlot took immediate action and handed over the case to registrar of cooperative societies.

    For the speedy redressal and investigate the matter, three departmental committees were constituted. tnn










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      Jaipur: Duped plot owners of Secretariat Nagar to intensify protest

      On Tuesday, the plot owners announced to intensify their protest and sought permission from police administration to carry out a car rally along with their family members demanding justice.
      JAIPUR: Kamleshwar Nath Pathak (72), who suffers from a chronic kidney ailment, has no other option than to join a protest to attain possession of his plot in Secretariat Nagar, which he had purchased nearly 17 years ago from a coloniser.

      Pathak is among 3,500 aggrieved plot owners who invested in a housing society colony where lease deeds were claimed to be distributed by the then chief minister in 2003.

      On Tuesday, the plot owners announced to intensify their protest and sought permission from police administration to carry out a car rally along with their family members demanding justice. These owners are requesting chief minister Ashok Gehlot to constitute a high-level committee to probe the land fraud.

      In the scheme, the cooperative society had proposed to develop around 4,200 plots but Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) issued lease deeds to around 700 plot owners. Since then the remaining investors are running from pillar to post for receiving possession of their plots. Ashok Mehta, a member of the Secretariat Sangharsh Samiti said, “The lease deeds were distributed by the then chief minister Ashok Gehlot during the camp. On January 7, 2010, the layout plan of the society was approved. However, office bearers of the Muhna Housing Cooperative Co-operative Society are not giving possession of the land,” he said.

      The victims, who remain deprived of their plots, had staged a protest outside the assembly on July 19 2019, following which CM Gehlot took immediate action and handed over the case to the registrar of cooperative societies.

      For speedy redressal and investigation into the matter, three departmental committees were constituted. A plot owner said “The committees have completed their task. Now, the investigation will be carried out by a high-powered committee which will comprise an additional chief secretary-rank officer. The committee will be constituted on the directions of chief minister. We have requested to hear our plea at the earliest as plot owners are waiting for past many years,” he said.












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        SC panel to inspect illegal sand mining areas in Rajasthan from Oct 22

        The committee was formed after a Special Leave Petition was filed in the Supreme Court stating that illegal mining on riverbeds was continuing despite a ban by the apex court in November 2017.
        • TNN
        • October 22, 2020, 16:00 IST

        JAIPUR: A central empowered committee (CEC) will start a three-day inspection of illegal sand mining areas in Rajasthan from Thursday.

        The committee was formed after a Special Leave Petition was filed in the Supreme Court stating that illegal mining on riverbeds was continuing despite a ban by the apex court in November 2017.

        Following this, the court empowered the committee to submit a report on the problems related to sand mining that are faced by traders, consumers, transporters, the state and other stakeholders. It would be necessary for the CEC to suggest measures for stopping illegal mining.

        The CEC will submit its report along with recommendations in six weeks. The court had observed that illegal sand mining is rampant in Rajasthan. Directions were issued to the collectors and superintendent of police of each district to take action to check illegal mining.

        The petitioner also alleged that after the Supreme Court restrained large sand mine lease holders, the state government issued leases on agriculture land reasoning that environmental impact will be minimal. However, the lease holders are digging sand in uncontrolled manner after deploying heavy machinery on riverbeds.

        Sources in mining department claimed, the ministry of environment, forest and climate change (MoEF&CC) has made a mandatory provision even for small lease holders to carry out a replenishment study. But, none of the holders in Rajasthan has conducted the study.

        “There are approximately 350 sand mining leases on agriculture plots in Rajasthan. If survey is conducted, majority of these leases are inside the river. The department issued lease deeds when the applicants produced a NoC issued by the water resources department that they are 45 metre away from the riverbed. However, it’s different on ground,” said a source.










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