In the high-rise of Green View currently 35 families reside and 90 families in the EWS flats, in the same compound. About 10 families living in the high-rises have opted for rental accommodation and agreed to shift in seven days.
Officials from the town and country planning department on Monday met residents of NBCC Green View who have been asked to shift to alternative accommodations by March 1. District town planner (enforcement) RS Batth, who has been appointed the nodal officer for the rehabilitation process, assured the residents that their concerns would be addressed by the administration.
Of the total 35 families living in the high rise, 10 have agreed to move out so does 90 families on EWS flats. Residents of high rise opted for rental accommodation and agreed to shift in seven days. However, the residents of EWS flats have asked the administration for accommodations in one project.
“The exams of our children are about to start. Since they study in nearby schools, we don’t want to be shifted to faraway places. This will put an additional burden on us. We have requested the administration to allow us to stay in one complex. The official has assured us that our concerns will be looked into,” said Amit Rohilla, a resident of the society.
Batth said the residents’ request for nearby accommodations would be looked into. “Their major concern is that they be shifted to nearby areas. We have assured them that they can keep the keys with them till the audit report is ready,” he added.
The official said all the key points in the meeting had been agreed upon and the developer, NBCC, had been asked to find out alternatives in two days.
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