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Illegal coaching center in residential DDA flat creating havoc at neighbour's flat


Soni wadhwa


I need to know how to complain against a coaching centre running just next door to my DDA flat (doors are just opposit each other with a 6 feet gap), its a big nuisance with so much of noise, students standing in groups, rash driving, foul language, need to understand where to complain against this...Moreoevr, they do not have license or registration to operate coaching center, thay are paying all residential rates not commercial rates.

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Kindly make a written complaint to the DDA with a copy to the Police Commissioner on an ordinary paper (make it brief, precise and point-wise) and mail it by Speed Post, track its delivery status on internet and when the tracking status shows delivered, take a print out and preserve it as a proof of delivery of your complaint.


Wait for say 15/20 days and follow up your complaint with a RTI application to seek information on the action taken status by referring to the blog on the following link:



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Commercial activities are not allowed in residential locality. In case if DDA does not act on complaint in a month, you may use RTI by referring:


Long pending? :





Central Govt. application: This can be used for DDA also








I would also suggest that you lodge complaint to DDA, preferably jointly with other residents of the locality who must be facing the same problem. In democracy more the merrier.

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