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The revenue board has stayed JDA’s recently proposed housing scheme

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The last date of submitting applications is 25 January. The scheme will be developed on the land of village Ganpatpura on at Goliyavas Circle near Prithviraj Nagar. 

The revenue board has stayed the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA)’s recently proposed housing scheme, Shiv enclave in Zone-8, which was receiving tremendous response from residents. 

The civic body had launched the scheme in December 2019 and invited applications to allot a total of 346 plots. The last date of submitting applications is 25 January. The scheme will be developed on the land of village Ganpatpura on at Goliyavas Circle near Prithviraj Nagar. 

An official said the dispute cropped up over ownership of the land. Farmers who once used to cultivate this land has approached the Revenue Board claiming the ownership. However, the title of the land is recorded in JDA’s account. A senior official said, “We would draw the lottery on the scheduled date. JDA’s point of view was not taken into consideration. We are confident that stay will be vacated as ownership and possession of land is with JDA.” 

Official claimed the dispute would be settled before issuing the lease deeds to successful applicants. 

Till Wednesday, the JDA received 17,700 applications. The scheme is receiving tremendous response as after long the civic body has proposed to develop the scheme inside the city near Muhana Mandi. 

The civic body has fixed a reserve price of Rs 25,000 per square-metre. The plots, sized between 45 square-metre to 220 square-metre, will be developed in the colony. Officials claimed there was an overwheleming response as it is situated on the 200-Feet Road connecting Muhana and Gopalpura Road. A senior official said, “The move is expected to boost revenue that will be utilised to develop infrastructure. As the market condition has improved, the JDA will also fill its coffers after auctioning plots in other old scheme,” he said. 

Source: TNN

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