RWAs allege political interference in registrar office work, protest

  • | Monday | 2nd October, 2023

GURGAON: Alleging political interference in the functioning of state registrar and district registrar, representatives of several RWAs on Sunday took out a protest march demanding direct intervention of the chief minister in the matter.The protesters gathered at John Hall in Civil Lines and marched towards deputy commissioner Nishant Yadavs residence. Representatives of Gurgaon Greens, Oyster Grande, Hermitage, Vedanta, Palam Vihar, Triumph, Centrum Park, Suncity Avenue, Grand Iva, Conscient One joined the march and submitted a memorandum.Their demands include, no political interference in the functioning of registrar offices, stringent measures should be taken to eradicate corruption and eliminate middlemen, Haryana Registration & Regulation of Societies (HRRS) Act, 2012, should be amended to expedite the adjudication of petitions and establish accountability for officers.Hari Bhagwan, RWA president of Oyster Grande, said, We have a registered RWA since 2019, but a couple of weeks ago, the district registrar approved the formation of another RWA comprising only three towers of the project. How can they allow two RWAs in one licensee project? We strongly believe that this cannot be done without any political interference.Echoing the similar sentiments, Pradeep Parashar, a resident of Heartsong, said there has been no election in the society for the last five years. The office of district registrar has become a den of corruption. No work gets done without middlemen. Officials are deciding petitions arbitrarily and beyond the scope of the HRRS Act. If the government fails to resolve these issues, people will again organise such protests on a larger scale, said Sandeep Fogat, RWA president of Gurgaon Greens.Deputy commissioner Nishant Yadav said, I have received the memorandum and will get their complaint checked. Accordingly remedial action will be taken.We also published the following articles recentlyHC impleads ED, I-T in case of land registration denied by Vanur sub-registrarThe Madras High Court has asked the Enforcement Directorate and the income tax department to investigate a case in which a buyer was asked to pay a bribe of INR 50 lakh ($70,000) to register a property. The registration was denied by the sub-registrar under an invalid and unconstitutional rule. The court has expressed doubts over the entire sale transaction and has impleaded the government agencies to uncover the truth. The case will be heard on September 26.Politics over fogging drive: Stung by MLAs interference, former councillors see redFormer councillors in Ludhiana, India, have accused AAP MLAs of interfering with the fogging exercise in the city to suit their own needs. Some former councillors have taken matters into their own hands by arranging fogging machines, while small machines provided by the municipal corporation are allegedly being deployed at the instructions of AAP MLAs. The opposition parties have criticized the selective fogging in certain areas and have called for more comprehensive coverage. The fogging exercise is carried out to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes during and after the monsoon season.Include India in probe on foreign poll interferenceCanadian NDP leader Jagmeet Singh has requested that India be included in the public inquiry into foreign interference in elections. Singh accused India of using media to provoke and distract Sikhs and urged the community to focus on the Canadian investigation. He empathized with the family of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a pro-Khalistan activist who was killed in Canada, and called for careful language in countering India. Singh also criticized Canadas Conservative Party for backtracking on the issue and called for unity in condemning the Indian governments attack on Canadian sovereignty.

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