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Regularisation policy by month-end: Govt

Regularisation policy by month-end: Govt
A four-member officers’ panel has been formed to look into suggestions of developers. Tribune file photo

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, June 13

The Punjab Government will come up with a people-friendly policy on regularisation of unauthorised colonies, taking care of interests of all stakeholders.

Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa, Minister Incharge, Department of Housing and Urban Development, after holding two meetings with colonisers here on Wednesday, said the new policy would be in the public domain by June 30.

Bajwa said a Cabinet sub-committee, constituted on the directions of the Chief Minister, had submitted a policy to the Cabinet, which approved it but there were reservations and suggestions from the stakeholders. After which it was decided to give relief to all stakeholders’ before notifying the new policy.

He gave a call to colonisers to present their views before drafting the new policy regarding regularisation of colonies. He said he had held separate meetings with unauthorised and authorised colonisers to hear their grievances and suggestions. He assured that the committee would try to incorporate maximum suggestions in the policy put forward by the colonisers in the meeting.

The minister said after the meetings it was decided to constitute a four-member officers’ committee which would look into the grievances and suggestions of the colonisers. He said the committee would give a final shape to the draft of the new policy keeping in view the interests of the public and all stakeholders and the government.


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