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  • #71

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    HC asks Nagpur civic body to submit Armors Township’s sanction plan

    11-year old twins Priyansh and Piyush Dhar died after coming in contact with high tension (HT) wires passing overhead in the area in JuneVaibhav Ganjapure | TNN | August 17, 2017, 12:01 IST

    NAGPUR: The Nagpur bench of Bombay high court (HC) directed the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) to submit sanction plan of Armors Township by Friday.

    11-year old twins Priyansh and Piyush Dhar died after coming in contact with high tension (HT) wires passing overhead in the area in June.

    A division bench comprising justices Bhushan Dharmadhikari and Arun Upadhye on Wednesday constituted a panel as suggested by amicus curiae Shreerang Bhandarkar and asked its registry to complete the necessary formalities. After discussions with all the lawyers of parties concerned, it was decided that a retired principal district judge like Subhash Mohod or other ex-judges like WG Paunikar could be asked to lead the panel.

    It was also decided to have one representative from media in form of president or secretary of Nagpur Union of Working Journalists (NUWJ). The Nagpur District Legal services Authority (DLSA) was also asked to submit names of lawyers and volunteers who would work on the court’s panel. The judges emphasized on inclusion of legal experts.

    The court was hearing a suo motu PIL based on TOI reports on deaths of 11-year old twins along with five-year old Umesh Pande due to electrocution from HT wires.

    The amicus provided about 19 terms of references on which the panel would work and suggested names of some persons to work on it. The panel would suggests ways and means to find out solution regarding 141 potentially dangerous spots in residential areas from where HT lines are passing.

    It will identify additional such sites in congested residential and commercial localities. It will further examine on whether town planning officials are ignoring violation of Development Control Regulations (DCR) in the case of constructions under HT lines, and suggest removing of structures coming under them or whether lines should be shifted.

    Earlier, senior counsel Surendra Kumar Mishra, appearing for Armors Township builder Anand Khobragade, strongly defended his client stating that he built the township only as per NMC’s sanctioned plans, but the residents extended those balconies on their own which exposes them to the HT wires.

    He passed the buck on the civic body stating that HT wires existed there since 1995 and his township received sanction on April 6 and 28 in 2004 (for two phases). He asserted that the building plan was fully complying with DCR.

    Mishra flayed the corporation for pointing out that the builder violated norms in 2017 and doing nothing for all these years, despite the fact that the township was completed in 2009. He pointed out that after handing over the possession to residents, how can the builder again extend balconies.

    Expressing his desire to pay compensation to the victims, he prayed for defreezing his attached properties due to which he was facing severe financial problems.

    Thereafter, the judges asked NMC’s counsel Sudhir Puranik to submit sanctioned plan on the next hearing.

    During the last hearing, the court directed NMC and NIT to submit a detailed list of its officials and corporators responsible for sanctioning these 141 localities under HT lines, thus posing grave threats to residents.










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      HC flays NMC officials for not submitting all documents of Armors Township

      The oral directives came while hearing a suo motu PIL based on TOI reports on deaths of 11-year old twins Priyansh and Piyush Dhar and five-year old Umesh Pande due to electrocution from high tension (HT) wiresVaibhav Ganjapure | TNN | August 19, 2017, 11:00 IST
      NAGPUR: Passing strictures on the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) officials for failure to properly instruct its counsel, the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court on Friday, summoned its Town Planning department’s assistant director to remain present on Monday.

      The oral directives came while hearing a suo motu PIL based on TOI reports on deaths of 11-year old twins Priyansh and Piyush Dhar and five-year old Umesh Pande due to electrocution from high tension (HT) wires.

      A division bench comprising justices Bhushan Dharmadhikari and Arun Upadhye also asked NMC counsel Sudhir Puranik to convey to municipal commissioner Ashwin Mudgal about ‘non-performance’ of his officials while stressing on presence of some senior civic officials during the hearing.

      “Why junior officers are deputed and why not the senior ones like deputy municipal commissioner? All documents must come on record,” the judges said, before fixing the hearing.

      The court was unhappy after the civic officials failed to submit all relevant maps and documents related to the Armors Township where 11-year-old twins came into contact with high tension (HT) wires passing overhead. On Wednesday, the court had categorically told the NMC officials to submit sanction plan of the township along with other records.

      Earlier, senior counsel Surendra Kumar Mishra reiterated that Armors Township builder Anand Khobragade had constructed the dwellings as per sanctioned map of NMC only and hadn’t expanded the balconies. However, amicus curiae Shreerang Bhandarkar pointed out that normal distance between any structure and HT lines should be four metres, but the builder expanded the balconies and that reduced the distance between them to just 1.9 metres. It exposed the residents to the risk of coming in contact with HT wires and led to deaths of the twins.

      Even Puranik accused the builder of grossly violating prescribed norms while building the township under HT lines. The judges also examined some maps and documents submitted by the civic body.

      The NMC and MSEDCL had already blamed Armors Township’s builder for construction of row houses in Sugat Nagar in gross violation of norms in their affidavit. Following them, the Jaripatka and MIDC police stations, in their respective affidavits, also pointed fingers on builders for deaths of minor children, who unknowingly came in contact with HT wires.

      During last hearing, the court directed NMC and NIT to submit a detailed list of its officials and corporators, responsible for sanctioning these 141 localities under HT lines, thus possessing grave threats to residents.











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      • #73

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        Did Nagpur civic body intentionally 'lose' Rs 30 crore land to BJP legislators?

        A school of NMC school is being run on some portion of the land while remaining part has a walking track, a green gym and children’s playareaAnjaya Anparthi | TNN | August 22, 2017, 17:30 IST

        NAGPUR: The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has lost one acre land worth over Rs 30 crore to BJP legislators— Mitesh Bangadiya and his son Kirtikumar. Senior congress corporator Praful Gudadhe alleged NMC intentionally lost the case for land’s title in order to favour Bangadiyas.

        The land is situated in prime Rajiv Nagar locality of Somalwada on Wardha road. A school of NMC school is being run on some portion of the land while remaining part has a walking track, a green gym and children’s playarea.

        “It is a big loss to the NMC and to the residents of Rajiv Nagar. I, along with residents of Rajiv Nagar, fought for seven years to get the land registered in NMC’s name. Still the NMC lost the precious property. I raised the issue in the NMC general body on Saturday. Mayor Nanda Jichkar directed the administration to file an appeal in the case. I will ensure NMC files the appeal with deputy director of land records soon in larger public interest,” Gudadhe said.

        NMC is having possession of this land since 1930s. It got it from Bhonsale family as a gift for educational purpose. Accordingly, NMC constructed a school in 1931 which is still functioning. The land was in NMC’s name in city survey records. However, in 2007 the land got transferred in the name of Wani-based businessman Narendra Gundecha through what Gudhadhe claims was a bogus No Objection Certificate from Court of Wards that looks after properties of erstwhile Bhonsla rulers. In 2010, the land was registered in Bangadiyas’ name.

        TOI, in 2012 and 2013, had exposed various irregularities in the process of getting the land in the name of Gundecha. Gudadhe and Rajiv Nagar residents took the case to Lokayukta. In 2013, the then Lokayukta Purushottam Bapurao Gaikwad, a retired High Court judge, dismissed the case following an assurance from NMC that it would get the land registered again in its own name. Accordingly, the land was registered again in NMC’s name in April 2013.

        Bangadiyas filed an appeal against this with the office of superintendent of land records (SLR) in 2016. SLR passed an order in last month directing NMC to replace NMC’s name with Bangadiyas in record.

        As per documents with TOI, NMC in 2013 recorded an improper basis to get the land registered again in its name. NMC referred to a district court order to get the mutation done. The district court had mentioned that the NMC failed to prove its ownership on the land. It had pointed out that the NMC failed to produce gift deed of Bhonsale family.

        NMC in its reply to SLR took the same base. SLR in its order stated that the district court did not prove ownership of NMC on the land. “City survey office too did not follow mandatory process before replacing Bangadiyas’ name with NMC’s,” the SLR order said.

        Gudadhe said NMC should have challenged Gundecha’s sale deed and mutation itself as it was done using a bogus NOC of Court of Wards. “Even now NMC has not filed an appeal against the SLR order despite 48 days having been gone,” Gudadhe said.











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        • #74

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          Inspect Armors’ flat schemes: HC to amicus curiae, counsel

          The directives came while hearing a suo motu PIL based on TOI reports on deaths of 11-year old twins Priyansh and Piyush Dhar and five-year old Umesh Pande due to electrocution from HT wiresVaibhav Ganjapure | TNN | August 23, 2017, 16:00 IST

          NAGPUR: In a setback to Armors Township builder Anand Khobragade, the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court, on Tuesday, directed verification of his four flat schemes which he was about to sell to the buyers.

          A division bench comprising justices Bhushan Dharmadhikari and Arun Upadhye asked amicus curiae Shreerang Bhandarkar and Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) counsel Sudhir Puranik to visit each of Khobragade’s scheme and verify whether those are constructed as per the rules and regulations. The NMC was directed to depute a senior official from its Town Planning Department to assist the lawyers in knowing technical specifications. All of them were told to visit the areas with sanctioned maps.

          The directives came while hearing a suo motu PIL based on TOI reports on deaths of 11-year old twins Priyansh and Piyush Dhar and five-year old Umesh Pande due to electrocution from high-tension (HT) wires.

          Earlier, the amicus curiae submitted a building map and brochure of Armors Township while informing the judges on how the builder shifted entire structure of row houses and also extended balcony, against the sanctioned map. He pointed out that due to violation, the balconies came nearer to 33 KV HT wires, that led to deaths of the innocent twins.

          While strongly opposing builder’s prayers to lift restrictions on him from selling his other flat schemes, Bhandarkar raised doubts on whether those constructed as per the rules. Subsequently, the judges rejected Khobragade’s prayers made through senior counsel Surendra Kumar Mishra and Anjan De and told him to wait next hearing on Monday. Bhandarkar and Puranik were told to submit their report by that date.

          While expressing grave concern over children’s deaths, the court had tersely noted that it was a systematic failure due to apathy of the multi agencies involved in implementation of rule and regulations. It added that the colossal loss of human lives, and that too of children is totally unacceptable, grim and heart rending. It stated that it can’t be a mute spectator, since the recurring deaths is an infringement of right to life guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution of India.









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          • #75

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            No power connections without occupancy certificate: HC

            The team in its report brought to fore startling revelations on how norms were brazenly violated in all Armors schemesVaibhav Ganjapure | TNN | September 01, 2017, 18:00 IST

            NAGPUR: In a setback to the builders, the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court on Thursday, restrained the MSECL and SNDL from providing power connections to any tenement/apartment/structure, sans occupancy/completion certificate, till further orders.

            The stern directives came while hearing a suo motu PIL based on TOI reports on deaths of 11-year old twins Priyansh and Piyush Dhar and five-year old Umesh Pande due to electrocution from high-tension (HT) wires.

            The court was furious over the fact that Armors Township builder Anand Khobragade brazenly violated norms in all his schemes, just like in Sugat Nagar that led to twins’ death. The builder was exposed after a team comprising amicus curiae Shreerang Bhandarkar, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) counsel Sudhir Puranik and senior officials from its Town Planning Department, visited six of his unsold flat schemes.

            The team in its report brought to fore startling revelations on how norms were brazenly violated in all Armors schemes. In Sugat Nagar scheme — Armors Township — the builder not only extended balconies illegally, but also deviated from the original sanction map by about 5 feet. It led to duplex houses come in extremely close vicinity of HT lines passing overhead. In other schemes, there is a clear deviation from the sanctioned map.

            The court explored the possibility of restraining all financing institutes and registrar of documents from registering any document unless and until there is occupancy/completion certificate. It made it clear that appropriate orders in this respect would be passed after hearing all concerned parties on September 9, with a view to protect interests of public.

            “As the deviations are seen in builder’s unsold properties, it’s apparent that submission of structures being altered by purchasers can’t be accepted. At that juncture, it wasn’t possible for authorities to say that somebody else or builder may have extended the construction. Their statements on affidavit that occupants/owners have extended the structure don’t confer any benefit on the builder,” the judges stated before declining Khobragade’s prayers for vacating interim stay on sell and transactions of his other properties.











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              277 property owners in Nagpur to face action for bounced cheques

              Dhantoli Zone — with most commercial establishments in the city as compared to other zones — topped the list with 28 cases of bounced cheques amounting to Rs 29,11,800.Proshun Chakraborty | TNN | September 02, 2017, 12:00 IST

              NAGPUR: The Nagpur Municipal Corporation is set to take action against 277 property owners for issuing cheques in lieu of property taxbut that were dishonoured by the banks. The collective value of such cheques is Rs1.03 crore.

              Dhantoli Zone — with most commercial establishments in the city as compared to other zones — topped the list with 28 cases of bounced cheques amounting to Rs29,11,800. It is followed by Mangalwari zone with 32 dishonoured cheques amounting to Rs14.70 lakh, Hanuman Nagar zone (33 cases amounting to Rs12.13 lakh), Laxmi Nagar zone (49 cases amounting to Rs12.07 lakh).

              The NMC has decided to initiate legal action against taxpayers whose cheques bounced. Besides lack of sufficient funds in their accounts, many cheques were dishonoured by the banks due to discrepancy in signature, overwriting and corrections etc.

              Most bounced cheques were issued by owners of commercial establishments, who did so ostensibly to prevent bill collectors returning with the property tax demand, sources said.

              Additional municipal commissioner Ravindra Kumbhare said the NMC has already served notices to the owners whose cheques bounced under the Negotiable Instruments Act. A 15-day time was given to them to clear their dues with penal interest.

              The NMC actually received 293 cheques collectively valued at Rs1.53 crore that bounced but after stern warnings, the civic body recovered over Rs52.86 lakh from 16 property owners.

              Now, criminal cases will be registered against 277 property owners for issuing cheques which were dishonoured for lack of funds in their bank accounts. “Now, NMC has put the defaulters into its blacklist and henceforth will not entertain cheques from them and will accept their property tax either via demand drafts/cash and other mode of hassle-free payments,” said assistant municipal commissioner Milind Meshram.











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                348 property owners in Nagpur earning tax benefits from green initiatives

                As per NMC rules, the civic body offers discount for residential properties in general tax component of property tax for implementing environment-friendly measures.Proshun Chakraborty | TNN | September 09, 2017, 18:30 IST

                NAGPUR: Over 300 property owners have applied to get a rebate in property tax from Nagpur Municipal Corporation(NMC) for having taken eco-friendly initiatives (rainwater harvesting, solar power generation, and vermiculture) on their premises.

                A survey by NMC’s property tax department shows that 267 property owners have given a written declaration that they have adopted solar power projects and sought rebates in general tax, while 53 residents have implemented rainwater harvesting systems, and 13 property owners have set up vermiculture compost pits on their premises.

                Speaking to TOI, a senior official from NMC’s property tax department claimed many residents have already started availing 5% rebate in their general tax under rainwater harvesting projects.

                As per NMC rules, the civic body offers discount for residential properties in general tax component of property tax for implementing environment-friendly measures. A 5% discount is given for taking up one initiative, and 10% discount for implementing more than one environment-friendly measure.

                According to the survey, the use of solar energy has got the response in Nehru Nagar zone, with 154 new properties adopting the system. It is followed by Dhantoli zone, where 68 property owners have installed solar energy system.

                Property owners from Laxmi Nagar zone top the list of rainwater harvesting projects. As many as 18 residents have implemented rainwater harvesting systems on their premises. The use of solar energy too has taken off in the zone with 26 residents generating power in their homes.

                Since 2008, NMC has been appealing to citizens to implement rainwater harvesting on their residential premises, highlighting the importance of effective use and conservation of water. However, rainwater harvesting has failed to pick up in the city, with only 68 new properties taking it up. “Rainwater harvesting helps increase groundwater level, but does not ensure its use for the same property,” said a civic official.

                On the other hand, implementation of solar energy project is expensive, but it provides immediate benefit to the property owner, who can use it to reduce his electricity use, the official said, so the response under this category is high.

                Only 19 properties in the city have started waste water recycling plants. “The poor response to recycling waste water is due to high expenditure required for it and lack of direct returns from it,” said the officer.











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                  Property tax assessment in Nagpur moving at a snail’s pace

                  NMC now hopes to complete the remaining work in three months. As a result, the tax department has extended the deadline of the private agency to complete the survey by December endProshun Chakraborty | TNN | September 28, 2017, 17:30 IST

                  NAGPUR: The Nagpur Municipal Corporation’s property assessment survey in the city is going on at a snail’s pace. So far, it has completed only 45.77% of the ‘geo-enabled’ survey to automate its entire property tax assessment function.

                  The NMC had entrusted the job to a private firm — M/s Cybertech Systems and Software Ltd — in 2015 for the door-to-door assessment of properties and deadline for the firm was of two years.

                  NMC now hopes to complete the remaining work in three months. As a result, the tax department has extended the deadline of the private agency to complete the survey by December end.

                  Even after six months of the current fiscal, the NMC has failed to generate invoices for the current fiscal and this delay would hit its property tax revenue collection target of Rs392.19 crore.

                  Sources in NMC’s property tax department said that there are around 5.31 lakh properties in 10 zones in the city and through Cybertech Systems the NMC is doing its Geographic Information System (GIS) base mapping to increase its revenue and to calibrate the identified unassessed properties.

                  Since 2000, no survey was done to assess the properties under the NMC limits, said sources. For any civic body, one of the major sources of revenue is its property tax collection. To get the correct revenue realization, GIS-based technologies and applications would be extremely effective as it was also implemented by Pune Municipal Corporationand it had helped to increase its property tax collection manifold.

                  Till September 25, the firm has completed survey of 2.43 lakh properties and identified 74,075 new properties. The zonal offices have approved 2,06,286 units of total 3,93,687 units in 2,43,289 properties. However, the zones offices’ have rejected surveys of around 81,127 units for various reasons like incomplete data, wrong address etc.

                  According to data procured from the NMC, the firm has not even achieved 50% of the target in eight zones. Its poor performance can be gauged from the fact that in Satranjipura and Gandhibagh zones, it has completed only 9.82% and 12.73% of its target of 34,031 and 24,906 properties. So far it has finished assessments of 3,714 and 4,574 properties in these two zones, the data report stated.

                  It has achieved almost 90% of its target in two zones — Nehru Nagar and Ashi Nagar by completing surveys of 50,471 and 63,537 properties and approved of 50,210 and 62,657 units, respectively. It is a major question that how the firm would finish the assessment in three months.










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                    Nagpur Improvement Trust starts work on affordable housing scheme

                    NIT chairman Deepak Mhaisekar told TOI that work had commenced on affordable housing project in WathodaAshish Roy | TNN | October 10, 2017, 17:00 IST

                    NAGPUR: Seven months after chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and Union transport minister Nitin Gadkariannounced affordable housing for the city, Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) has begun work on the project.

                    NIT chairman Deepak Mhaisekar told TOI that work had commenced on affordable housing project in Wathoda. “We are constructing 264 flats for economically weaker section (EWS). Excavation is going on. As groundwater level is very high, we are dewatering the land,” he said.

                    On prices of the flats, the chairman said that there was some ambiguity on goods and services tax (GST) rate. “It will be either 12% or 18%. Once this is clear, we will announce the price of the flats,” he added.

                    On other projects, Mhaisekar said that the detailed project report (DPR) of Tarodi Buzurg (Umred Road) would be examined by the urban development department (UDD) this week. “Once it is clear, we will float the tenders. The DPR for Tarodi Khurd has been received recently. We will send it to state government for approval. A total 4,600 EWS flats will be constructed under these three projects,” he said.

                    NIT also plans to construct low income group (LIG) flats at Wanjri. “This is for families whose income is between Rs3 and Rs6 lakh per annum. The DPR is being prepared. A flat will cost around Rs12 lakh. At this stage we do not intend to construct middle income group (MIG) flats,” the chairman said.

                    NIT has received 16,000 online applications under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). “We will construct houses for all the applicants. If more land is required, we will demarcate more for plots in our land,” he said.

                    Mhaisekar further said that he would hold a loan fair for affordable housing beneficiaries. “We will invite bankers to this fair. They will guide the applicants regarding the process to obtain a bank loan. These fairs will be organized after Diwali,” he added.









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                      Property tax in Nagpur rises by 2-5 times in new system

                      NAGPUR: Here is some shocks for Nagpurians in store. If the revaluation of property tax, which started last year, is anything to go by, people of the Orange City have to cough up property tax two to five times more than the present one, and in some cases it can go up to even 10 times.

                      Now, it will be a big challenge for Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) and its officials to tackle the public outcry when the demand notes of the hiked property tax will reach to all six lakh taxpayers.

                      Launching the new property tax system, the NMC office-bearers had claimed that tax amount will not increase by 25%. TOI had time and again reported about the chances of steep hike in property tax in the new system. One of the major reasons behind the hike is that the new system is based on ready reckoner value of properties.

                      The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) started the new tax system five years ago but the revaluation drive of properties started last year. The drive has so far covered around 4.3 lakh properties out of total six lakh.

                      According a data, a copy of which is with TOI, the NMC property tax department has completed a lengthy process and prepared demand notes of around 2.23 lakh properties. The process to distribute demand notes has been started about a couple of days back.

                      As per data of around 2.23 lakh properties, the property tax amount has increased by two to five times from the existing amount. The NMC is expected to complete the revaluation drive by November and distribute demand notes to all six lakh taxpayers by December end.

                      NMC official from property tax department told TOI that the tax amount had been finalized after making assessment register public, and also ensuring suggestions and objections from taxpayers. “Assessment register has been prepared for the first time in the civic body’s history. The process has been adopted to maintain transparency. Each and every details of the properties have been captured in camera and also taken on the records,” he said.

                      The official further said the tax of the properties located in old localities have increased to a great extent. “Major reason behind hike in the tax is assessment of excess area. Changes like increase in built-up area, user change, tenant occupancy etc have been witnessed in large number of properties,” he said.

                      TOI has taken an example of Jailward-5, covering Takiya basti to Congress Nagar to Chunabhatti. There are total 6,271 properties in this ward of which analysis on 5,532 properties have been done. Property tax has increased to Rs3.17 crore from Rs1.46 crore in this ward. Tax of Rs1.23 crore has increased following finding of excess area of 75,171 sq.mt area. Tenant occupancy has been find in 668 properties, while 356 properties were not under property tax ambit. So tax of Rs19.90 lakh recovered from these new units.


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