No basics, 50 colonies in Kalka, Pinjore stay illegal
| Sunday | 22nd September, 2019
The pressure of increasing population resulted in mushrooming of such colonies in the Kalka subdivision and most of these were set up by private colonisers.
The developers allegedly did not take approval from the authorities concerned and sold plots to people who wanted to build their dream homes.
The BJP government had decided to regularise 535 irregular colonies in the state under the Haryana Management of Civic Amenities and Infrastructure Municipal Areas (Special Provisions) Act, 2016.
The authorities had sent a proposal to regularise 24 colonies in the area last year.
Opposition leaders claimed that the colonisers were developing illegal colonies after purchasing land from poor farmers at throwaway prices.
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