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Take for instance, the fate of the 17acre Shetti Kunta Lake in Ameenpur gram panchayat (survey no. 947) in Patancheru mandal of Medak district. Instead of a scenic water body, what we have is a concrete jungle. The lake bed has almost completely disappeared, thanks to the housing layout permission for 182 plots given by the panchayat authorities in violation of all norms. The information was unearthed by an NGO, Human Rights & Consumer Protection Cell (HRCPC) under the Right to Information (RTI) Act. Read more at: Lake in Patancheru parcelled into 182 plots! - The Times of India
Hello, Name. Mrs. PARBATY CHAKRABORTY, W/O. A.K.CHAKRABORTY, Plot No. 26. Block-B, NABADIGANTA,Near Indus Valley World School, Kolkata-700094. Ward No.109 of Kolkata Municipal Corporation, under DAG No.10 (P), Khatian No.1, JL No.24, Mouza- Chakgania Gachi, P.O. & P.S. Panchyasayer, Kolkata- 700094. In 2004 a team of BLRO Office, KASBA, Kolkata, Came to us and obtained all details of the land for further action towards issue of PATTAS to us, but uptill now nothing has been done to this regard, where abouts of the applications submitted by us also not known to us nor informed by any Govt. Official till date. I am in need of knowing the action taken at their end for issuing the PATTAS. Kindly file a RTI to the concerned PIO in this regard and oblige.
jac162305 posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportReading some of the questions posted on RTI Forum on the subject of purchase of plots / flats in Subham Nagar, Zamin Pallavaram area, one could understand that there is unnecessary fear and confusion amongst those concerned. I am sharing this information to address some of the concerns raised by the members on some of the old threads on this forum and for those viewers who have been relentlessly seeking guidance on whether to purchase a plot / residential flat in Subham Nagar, Zamin Pallavaram area or not. As you already know, a notification from the Archeology Survey of India issued in 2010 has affected construction activity in the area earmarked as the “prohibited area” (100 meters) and additionally “Regulated area” (200 meters) in Subham Nagar, Zamin Pallavaram. Constructions / reconstructions / repair work in the “Regulated Area” can be undertaken after obtaining NOC from the Office of the State Archeology Commissioner, the competent authority for issuing NOCs. Besides these marked areas, the pieces of land situated outside of ASI purview are 100% available for buy/sell transactions, constructions, reconstructions etc. For these lands, Pallavaram Municipality continue to issue Patta, Building Permits etc and there is no need to obtain NOC or incur any undue expenses towards obtaining one for these pieces of land. Pallavaram Municipality has displayed the map at their office clearly displaying the pieces of land affected and unaffected. I hope this clarifies to all concerned and help alleviate their fears.
karira posted a topic in RTI in MediaTwo brothers, retd colonels, got 31 plots under HUDA quota Two retired Army colonels being probed as part of an investigation into allegedly fraudulent multiple allotment of plots to individuals by the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) had between them got as many as 31 plots. Karan Singh Yadav and Dharam Singh Yadav, who are brothers, were allotted these plots in various urban estates of Haryana between 1998 and 2004 (including the time they were serving), documents submitted in the Punjab & Haryana High Court show. The scam is being probed by HUDA on the orders of the court. Over 325 FIRs have been registered against beneficiaries, including 188 defence personnel, who allegedly got more than one plot in their name, or in the name of their spouse or children. The Yadavs have got an interim stay on their arrest. Read More: Two brothers, retd colonels, got 31 plots under HUDA quota | The Indian Express