With many of the allottees of the Delhi Development Authority housing scheme 2010,still to receive their verification letters,the land agency will now allow them another 15 days to submit documents for verification.The submission deadline was earlier set for June 30.

In order to ensure that all allottees get their documents verified,we have decided to allow them more time to complete all formalities.We will soon be issuing a notice in this regard, said DDA spokesperson,Neemo Dhar.According to DDA,if the allottees do not file their documents by July 15,it will be presumed that they are not interested in the housing scheme.Officials say nine counters have been opened to facilitate the process and around 85% of the allottees have already submitted the required documents.

Many of the allottees complained they have been inconvenienced due to a delay in receiving their verification letters.I have still not got my letter despite making several trips to the DDA office in the past two months.The land agency should have taken the necessary steps to ensure that everything was on track, said R K Gupta,who has been allotted a flat in Rohini.

DDA is supposed to issue verification letters 15 days after the allotment process ends but in several cases allottes have received no letter.DDA claimed that the delay was because the post office could only dispatch a limited number of letters through speed post.The letters were released in batches with each batch being scheduled a different date on which to submit their documents.DDA also claimed that while 225 people have already surrendered their flats it is expecting more people to do so.The vetting process is very stringent as a result,many people have surrendered their flats.These flats will be allotted to 600 people on waiting list, said an official
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