Gurgaon: residents of Sectors 9 and 9A to pay for HUDA’s mistake

Story By: Rajesh Sharma
Thursday, January, 04 2018 - 14:44

Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has recently asked the flat owners of housing societies based in Gurgaon's Sectors 9 and 9A, to pay 15% annual interest fees for their 20 years mistake.

As per media reports, in the mid-90s Huda had acquired land at Basai village for developing Sectors 9 and 9A.

In 1999, the Punjab and Haryana high court had directed HUDA to pay additional compensation to the land donors who had challenged the acquisition in the court.

Acting on the high court directive, the authorities have decided to collect money from the residents for making the additional payments to the farmers. As per reports, HUDA issued notices to residential and commercial plot holders in this regard, but haven’t sent notices the group housing societies.

Almost two decades later, HUDA last week, issued notices to the house owners in these societies to recover Rs 10.84 crore as enhanced cost.

As per notices, residents will have to deposit 20% of the dues within 30 days, while the remaining amount will have to be paid in four instalments every six months.

Authorities threatened to take action and seal the house, if the owners fail to settle the dues within the next two years.



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