Builders in Ludhiana against new regularization policy, meet minister

Builders in Ludhiana against new regularization policy, meet minister
05/05/2018 , by , in News/Views

Demanding changes in the existing policy for regularization of illegal colonies, builders met cabinet minister Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa on Thursday to object to a condition in the policy that builders who had applied in previous policies, and their application was rejected or pending would have to apply again. Meanwhile, not even a single application has been received by the municipal corporation or Greater Ludhiana Area Development Authority (Glada), though only ten days have passed since the present government came out with a new policy in this regard.

Members of Punjab Colonisers and Builders Association (PCBA) met the minister on Thursday for raising their issues. PCBA senior vice-president Gulshan Kumar said there were around 6,500 applications of builders pending with the government. These builders had applied after a policy was issued in 2013, and most colonies were developed between 1995 and 2013.

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